This Article 
 Bibliographic References 
 Add to: 
Seventh IEEE International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC'03)
A Shoulder Pad Insert Vibrotactile Display
White Plains, New York, USA
October 21-October 23
ISBN: 0-7695-2034-0
Aaron Toney, University of South Australia
Lucy Dunne, Cornell University
Bruce H. Thomas, University of South Australia
Susan P. Ashdown, Cornell University
Touch is the most intimate and inherently private human sense and provides the potential for discrete, low social weight human computer interaction. This paper presents initial research findings on issues of integrating a vibrotatcitle display and support electronics into a standard clothing insert, the shoulder pad. Research on construction methods is presented along with a discussion of the merits and drawbacks of each technique. User study data for response to tactile display stimuli, collected with a varying number of stimulators, is then presented with initial conclusions as to the type and format of data suitable for shoulder based tactile arrays.
Aaron Toney, Lucy Dunne, Bruce H. Thomas, Susan P. Ashdown, "A Shoulder Pad Insert Vibrotactile Display," iswc, pp.35, Seventh IEEE International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC'03), 2003
Usage of this product signifies your acceptance of the Terms of Use.