LateralPaD: A surface-haptic device that produces lateral forces on a bare finger

@article{Dai2012LateralPaDAS,
  title={LateralPaD: A surface-haptic device that produces lateral forces on a bare finger},
  author={Xiaowei Dai and J. Edward Colgate and Michael A. Peshkin},
  journal={2012 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS)},
  year={2012},
  pages={7-14}
}
The LateralPaD is a surface haptic device that generates lateral (shear) force on a bare finger, by vibrating the touch surface simultaneously in both out-of-plane (normal) and in-plane (lateral) directions. A prototype LateralPaD has been developed in which the touch surface is glass, and piezoelectric actuators drive normal and lateral resonances at the same ultrasonic frequency (~22.3 KHz). The force that develops on the finger can be controlled by modulating the relative phase of the two… CONTINUE READING
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