Effects of Different Tactile Feedback on Myoelectric Closed-Loop Control for Grasping Based on Electrotactile Stimulation

@article{Xu2016EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of Different Tactile Feedback on Myoelectric Closed-Loop Control for Grasping Based on Electrotactile Stimulation},
  author={Heng Li Xu and Dingguo Zhang and Joel C. Huegel and Wendong Xu and Xiangyang Zhu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
  year={2016},
  volume={24},
  pages={827-836}
}
Closed-loop control is important for amputees to manipulate myoelectric prostheses intuitively and dexterously. Tactile feedback can help amputees improve myoelectric control performance for grasping objects. To investigate the effects of different tactile feedback, we performed experiments on six amputees and six able-bodied subjects via electrotactile stimulation. Using a virtual environment, six kinds of objects with different weights and stiffnesses were used for grasping tasks. Five… CONTINUE READING

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