In this chapter we report on two architectures of haptic devices able to reproduce variable softness and elicit tactile sensations. Both solutions aim at addressing more effectively cutaneous channels. The first device is comprised of a tactile flow-based display coupled with a commercial kinesthetic interface. The second device is based on a pin array configuration in order to stimulate locally the fingertips and induce the illusion of different shapes or moving objects.

Artificially Rendered Cutaneous Cues for a New Generation of Haptic Displays

SCILINGO, ENZO PASQUALE;BIANCHI, MATTEO;VANELLO, NICOLA;LANDINI, LUIGI;BICCHI, ANTONIO
2012

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In this chapter we report on two architectures of haptic devices able to reproduce variable softness and elicit tactile sensations. Both solutions aim at addressing more effectively cutaneous channels. The first device is comprised of a tactile flow-based display coupled with a commercial kinesthetic interface. The second device is based on a pin array configuration in order to stimulate locally the fingertips and induce the illusion of different shapes or moving objects.
Scilingo, ENZO PASQUALE; Bianchi, Matteo; Vanello, Nicola; Hartwig, V; Landini, Luigi; Bicchi, Antonio
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