Tactile Navigation Display

  title={Tactile Navigation Display},
  author={Jan B. F. van Erp},
  booktitle={Haptic Human-Computer Interaction},
The use of the tactile modality is not common in Human Computer Interaction. However, there may be good reasons to do so. For example in situations in which the visual sense is restricted (e.g., in virtual environments lacking a wide field of view, or for the visually handicapped persons), or overloaded (e.g., flying an airplane or driving in an unknown city). The lack of a wide visual field of view excludes the use of peripheral vision and may therefore degrade navigation, orientation, motion… CONTINUE READING
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