Effects of kinematic vibrotactile feedback on learning to control a virtual prosthetic arm

@inproceedings{Hasson2015EffectsOK,
  title={Effects of kinematic vibrotactile feedback on learning to control a virtual prosthetic arm},
  author={Christopher J. Hasson and Julia Manczurowsky},
  booktitle={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
  year={2015}
}
After a limb is lost a prosthesis can restore function. For maximum utility, prosthetic limbs should accept movement commands and provide force and motion feedback, which can be conveyed with vibrotactile feedback (VIBF). While prior studies have shown that force-based VIBF benefits control, the merits of motion-based VIBF are unclear. Our goal was to clarify the effectiveness of position- and velocity-based VIBF for prosthetic arm control. Healthy adults with normal limb function practiced a… CONTINUE READING
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