Stane: synthesized surfaces for tactile input

@inproceedings{MurraySmith2008StaneSS,
  title={Stane: synthesized surfaces for tactile input},
  author={Roderick Murray-Smith and John Williamson and Stephen Hughes and Torben Quaade},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2008}
}
Stane is a hand-held interaction device controlled by tactile input: scratching or rubbing textured surfaces and tapping. The system has a range of sensors, including contact microphones, capacitive sensing and inertial sensing, and provides audio and vibrotactile feedback. The surface textures vary around the device, providing perceivably different textures to the user. We demonstrate that the vibration signals generated by stroking and scratching these surfaces can be reliably classified, and… CONTINUE READING

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