TIKL: Development of a Wearable Vibrotactile Feedback Suit for Improved Human Motor Learning

@article{Lieberman2007TIKLDO,
  title={TIKL: Development of a Wearable Vibrotactile Feedback Suit for Improved Human Motor Learning},
  author={Jeff Lieberman and Cynthia Breazeal},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Robotics},
  year={2007},
  volume={23},
  pages={919-926}
}
When humans learn a new motor skill from a teacher, they learn using multiple channels. They receive high level information aurally about the skill, visual information about how another performs the skill, and at times, tactile information from the teacher's physical guidance. This research proposes a novel approach where the student receives real-time tactile feedback, simultaneously over all joints, delivered through a wearable robotic system. This tactile feedback can supplement the visual… CONTINUE READING
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