Smart textiles that teach: Fabric-based haptic device improves the rate of motor learning

@article{Ramachandran2021SmartTT,
  title={Smart textiles that teach: Fabric-based haptic device improves the rate of motor learning},
  author={V. Ramachandran and Fabian Schilling and A. Wu and D. Floreano},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2106.06332}
}
People learn motor activities best when they are conscious of their errors and make a concerted effort to correct them. While haptic interfaces can facilitate motor training, existing interfaces are often bulky and do not always ensure posttraining skill retention. Here, we describe a programmable haptic sleeve composed of textile-based electroadhesive clutches for skill acquisition and retention. We show its functionality in a motor learning study where users control a drone’s movement using… Expand

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