Laser-induced thermoelastic effects can evoke tactile sensations

@inproceedings{Jun2015LaserinducedTE,
  title={Laser-induced thermoelastic effects can evoke tactile sensations},
  author={Jae-Hoon Jun and Jong-Rak Park and Sung-Phil Kim and Young Min Bae and Jang-Yeon Park and Hyung-Sik Kim and Seungmoon Choi and Sung Jun Jung and Seung Hwa Park and Dong-il Yeom and Gu-In Jung and Ji-Sun Kim and Soon-Cheol Chung},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
Humans process a plethora of sensory information that is provided by various entities in the surrounding environment. Among the five major senses, technology for touch, haptics, is relatively young and has relatively limited applications largely due to its need for physical contact. In this article, we suggest a new way for non-contact haptic stimulation that uses laser, which has potential advantages such as mid-air stimulation, high spatial precision, and long working distance. We demonstrate… CONTINUE READING

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