Using space and time to encode vibrotactile information: toward an estimate of the skin’s achievable throughput


Touch receptors in the skin can relay various forms of abstract information, such as words (Braille), haptic feedback (cell phones, game controllers, feedback for prosthetic control), and basic visual information such as edges and shape (sensory substitution devices). The skin can support such applications with ease: They are all low bandwidth and do not… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-015-4346-1

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