Guidelines for the Use of Vibro-Tactile Displays in Human Computer Interaction

@inproceedings{Erp2002GuidelinesFT,
  title={Guidelines for the Use of Vibro-Tactile Displays in Human Computer Interaction},
  author={Jan B. F. van Erp},
  year={2002}
}
Vibro-tactile displays convey messages by presenting vibration to the user’s skin. In recent years, the interest in and application of vibro-tactile displays is growing. Vibratory displays are introduced in mobile devices, desktop applications and even in aircraft [1]. Despite the growing interest, guidelines on the design of vibro-tactile displays are still lacking. Existing guidelines are mainly concerned with passive displays, such as Braille labels on controls, nibs on keyboards and notches… CONTINUE READING
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