Exploring vibrotactile feedback on the body and foot for the purpose of pedestrian navigation

@inproceedings{Meier2015ExploringVF,
  title={Exploring vibrotactile feedback on the body and foot for the purpose of pedestrian navigation},
  author={Anita Meier and Denys J. C. Matthies and Bodo Urban and Reto Wettach},
  booktitle={iWOAR},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper, we present an evaluation of vibrotactile onbody feedback for the purpose of pedestrian navigation. For this specific task, many researchers already provide different approaches such as vibrating belts, wristbands or shoes. Still, there are issues left that have to be considered, such as which body position is most suitable, what kind of vibration patterns are easy to interpret, and how applicable are vibrotactile feedback systems in real scenarios. To find answers, we… CONTINUE READING
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