Object feature validation using visual and haptic similarity ratings

@article{Cooke2006ObjectFV,
  title={Object feature validation using visual and haptic similarity ratings},
  author={Theresa Cooke and Sebastian Kannengiesser and Christian Wallraven and Heinrich H. B{\"u}lthoff},
  journal={TAP},
  year={2006},
  volume={3},
  pages={239-261}
}
The perceived similarity between objects may well vary according to the sensory modality/modalities in which they are experienced, an important consideration for the design of multimodal interfaces. In this study, we present a similarity-based method for comparing the perceptual importance of object properties in touch and in vision and show how the method can also be used to validate computational measures of object properties. Using either vision or touch, human subjects judged the similarity… CONTINUE READING

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