Haptic Interaction of Touch and Proprioception: Implications for Neuroprosthetics

@article{RinconGonzalez2011HapticIO,
  title={Haptic Interaction of Touch and Proprioception: Implications for Neuroprosthetics},
  author={L. Rincon-Gonzalez and J. P. Warren and D. M. Meller and S. H. Helms Tillery},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={490-500}
}
Somatosensation is divided into multiple discrete modalities that we think of separably: e.g., tactile, proprioceptive, and temperature sensation. However, in processes such as haptics, those modalities all interact. If one intended to artificially generate a sensation that could be used for stereognosis, for example, it would be crucial to understand these interactions. We are presently examining the relationship between tactile and proprioceptive modalities in this context. In this overview… Expand
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