Driving System of Diminished Haptics: Transformation of Real-World Textures

@inproceedings{Yamaguchi2014DrivingSO,
  title={Driving System of Diminished Haptics: Transformation of Real-World Textures},
  author={D. Yamaguchi and Yoichi Ochiai and T. Hoshi and J. Rekimoto and M. Takasaki},
  booktitle={AsiaHaptics},
  year={2014}
}
  • D. Yamaguchi, Yoichi Ochiai, +2 authors M. Takasaki
  • Published in AsiaHaptics 2014
  • Computer Science
  • In this study, we developed a portable driving system for Diminished Haptics that transforms the haptic textures of real materials by ultrasonic vibration based on a squeeze film effect. A real material is attached on the display area (a square area with 30-mm sides), and its haptic texture is reduced. However, the vibration amplitude is decreased due to a shift of resonance frequency when user’s finger contacts with the haptic display. Thus, a resonance frequency tracing system in the driving… CONTINUE READING
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