Lead-me interface for a pulling sensation from hand-held devices


When a small mass in a hand-held device oscillates along a single axis with asymmetric acceleration (strongly peaked in one direction and diffuse in the other), the holder typically experiences a kinesthetic illusion characterized by the sensation of being continuously pushed or pulled by the device. This effect was investigated because of its potential… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1402236.1402239


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@article{Amemiya2008LeadmeIF, title={Lead-me interface for a pulling sensation from hand-held devices}, author={Tomohiro Amemiya and Hideyuki Ando and Taro Maeda}, journal={TAP}, year={2008}, volume={5}, pages={15:1-15:17} }