Toward a Tactile Language for Human-Robot Interaction: Two Studies of Tacton Learning and Performance

@article{Barber2015TowardAT,
  title={Toward a Tactile Language for Human-Robot Interaction: Two Studies of Tacton Learning and Performance},
  author={Daniel J. Barber and Lauren Reinerman-Jones and Gerald Matthews},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2015},
  volume={57 3},
  pages={
          471-90
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Two experiments were performed to investigate the feasibility for robot-to-human communication of a tactile language using a lexicon of standardized tactons (tactile icons) within a sentence. BACKGROUND Improvements in autonomous systems technology and a growing demand within military operations are spurring interest in communication via vibrotactile displays. Tactile communication may become an important element of human-robot interaction (HRI), but it requires the development of… CONTINUE READING
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