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ShiverPaD: A Glass Haptic Surface That Produces Shear Force on a Bare Finger
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By Erik C. Chubb, J. Edward Colgate, Michael A. Peshkin
Issue Date:July 2010
pp. 189-198
We discuss the design and performance of a new haptic surface capable of controlling shear force on a bare finger. At the heart of the ShiverPaD is the TPaD variable friction device. It modulates the friction of a glass surface by using 39 kHz out-of-plane...
 
EIC Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:January 2012
pp. 1-3
No summary available.
 
EIC Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:April 2011
pp. 77
No summary available.
 
EIC Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:January 2011
pp. 1
No summary available.
 
EIC Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:October 2010
pp. 229-230
No summary available.
 
Using Kinesthetic and Tactile Cues to Maintain Exercise Intensity
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By Aaron R. Ferber, Michael Peshkin, J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:October 2009
pp. 224-235
Haptic cues may be able to assist an individual who is engaged in a manual control task, freeing visual and auditory attention for other mental tasks. We describe an experiment in which subjects attempted to step at a consistent pace on a stair climber exe...
 
A Miniature Tactor Design for Upper Extremity Prosthesis
Found in: Frontiers in the Convergence of Bioscience and Information Technologies
By Keehoon Kim, J. Edward Colgate, Michael A. Peshkin, Julio J. Santos-Munné, Alex Makhlin
Issue Date:October 2007
pp. 537-542
We have been developing a miniature haptic device -a tactor -that can display pressure, vibration, shear force, and temperature to the skin of upper extremity amputees, especially those who have undergone targeted nerve reinnervation (TRI) surgery. In TRI ...
 
Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:January 2009
pp. 1
No summary available.
 
Assessing the Efficacy of Variable Compliance Tactile Displays
Found in: World Haptics Conference
By Michael A. Taylor, Aaron R. Ferber, J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:March 2007
pp. 427-432
Tactile displays based on pin arrays are challenging to design because they require a large number of individually controllable pins, or
 
Design and Performance of a High Fidelity, Low Mass, Linear Haptic Display
Found in: World Haptics Conference
By David W. Weir, Michael A. Peshkin, J. Edward Colgate, Pietro Buttolo
Issue Date:March 2005
pp. 177-182
We built a high fidelity, low mass, linear haptic display, with a peak force output of 8.5 Newtons, continuous force output of 1.3 Newtons, range of motion of approximately 15 millimeters, sensing resolution of 0.5 microns, and a -3dB bandwidth of approxim...
 
EIC Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:October 2013
pp. 385-386
No summary available.
 
Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:January 2013
pp. 1
It would seem that, over the course of six years, a journal editor would run out of
 
An Interview with Susan Lederman
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:October 2010
pp. 231-233
No summary available.
 
EIC Editorial
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By J. Edward Colgate
Issue Date:January 2010
pp. 1-2
No summary available.
 
ShiverPad: A device capable of controlling shear force on a bare finger
Found in: World Haptics Conference
By Erik C. Chubb, J. Edward Colgate, Michael A. Peshkin
Issue Date:March 2009
pp. 18-23
We discuss the theory, design, and performance of a flat-panel tactile display capable of controlling shear force on a finger. In previous research a TPaD variable friction device was presented. It modulates friction by using vertical ultrasonic vibrations...
 
T-PaD: Tactile Pattern Display through Variable Friction Reduction
Found in: World Haptics Conference
By Laura Winfield, John Glassmire, J. Edward Colgate, Michael Peshkin
Issue Date:March 2007
pp. 421-426
In this paper we discuss the theory, design and construction of a haptic display for creating texture sensations through variations in surface friction. Ultrasonic frequency, low amplitude vibrations between two flat plates have been shown to create a sque...
 
Control and Performance of the Rotational-to-Linear Cobotic Transmission
Found in: Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on
By Eric L. Faulring, J. Edward Colgate, Michael A. Peshkin
Issue Date:March 2006
pp. 17
We examine the motion control bandwidth and stable impedance range of the Cobotic Hand Controller, a novel, six-degree-offreedom, admittance controlled haptic display. A highly geared admittance architecture is often used to render high impedances with rea...
 
Increasing the Impedance Range of a Haptic Display by Adding Electrical Damping
Found in: World Haptics Conference
By Joshua S. Mehling, J. Edward Colgate, Michael A. Peshkin
Issue Date:March 2005
pp. 257-262
This work examines electrical damping as a means for improving haptic display performance. Specifically, electrical damping, like its mechanical counterpart, can significantly reduce the occurrences of limit cycle oscillations at high impedance boundaries ...
 
An Experiment on Tracking Surface Features with the Sensation of Slip
Found in: World Haptics Conference
By Mark Salada, J. Edward Colgate, Peter Vishton, Eviatar Frankel
Issue Date:March 2005
pp. 132-137
This paper describes the last of three experiments that investigate relative motion between a surface and the fingertip (slip) as part of a larger program of research on
 
Two Experiments on the Perception of Slip at the Fingertip
Found in: Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on
By Mark Salada, J. Edward Colgate, Peter Vishton, Eviatar Frankel
Issue Date:March 2004
pp. 146-153
This paper describes the results of two experiments that investigate relative motion between a surface and the fingertip (slip) as part of a larger program of research on
 
The Haptic Profile: Capturing the Feel of Switches
Found in: Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on
By David W. Weir, Michael Peshkin, J. Edward Colgate, Pietro Buttolo, James Rankin, Matthew Johnston
Issue Date:March 2004
pp. 186-193
<p>The
 
Validating a Novel Approach to Rendering Fingertip Contact Sensations
Found in: Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on
By Mark A. Salada, J. Edward Colgate, Margaret V. Lee, Peter M. Vishton
Issue Date:March 2002
pp. 217
No summary available.
 
A Pilot Study of a Thermal Display Using a Miniature Tactor for Upper Extremity Prosthesis
Found in: Frontiers in the Convergence of Bioscience and Information Technologies
By Keehoon Kim, J. Edward Colgate, Michael A. Peshkin
Issue Date:October 2007
pp. 531-536
We have been developing a miniature multi-function haptic device -a tactor -that generates the sense of pressure, vibration, shear force, and temperature for upper extremity amputees, especially those who have undergone targeted nerve reinnervation surgery...
 
Search Efficiency for Tactile Features Rendered by Surface Haptic Displays
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By John Ware,Elizabeth Cha,Michael A. Peshkin,J. Edward Colgate,Roberta L. Klatzky
Issue Date:May 2014
pp. 1
Haptic interfaces controlled by a single fingertip or hand-held probe tend to display surface features individually, requiring serial search for multiple features. Novel surface haptic devices, however, have the potential to provide displays to multiple fi...
 
Surface haptic interactions with a TPad tablet
Found in: Proceedings of the adjunct publication of the 26th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology (UIST '13 Adjunct)
By Anne Marie Piper, Craig Shultz, J. Edward Colgate, Joe Mullenbach, Michael Peshkin
Issue Date:October 2013
pp. 7-8
A TPad Tablet is a tablet computer with a variable friction touchscreen. It can create the perception of force, shape, and texture on a fingertip, enabling unique and novel haptic interactions on a flat touchscreen surface. We have created an affordable an...
     
SlickFeel: sliding and clicking haptic feedback on a touchscreen
Found in: Adjunct proceedings of the 25th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology (UIST Adjunct Proceedings '12)
By Hong Tan, J. Edward Colgate, Jiawei Gu, Xiang Cao, Xiaowei Dai
Issue Date:October 2012
pp. 21-22
We present SlickFeel, a single haptic display setup that can deliver two distinct types of feedback to a finger on a touchscreen during typical operations of sliding and clicking. Sliding feedback enables the sliding finger to feel interactive objects on a...
     
Frictional widgets: enhancing touch interfaces with programmable friction
Found in: Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems (CHI EA '11)
By Andy Cockburn, Dan Johnson, J. Edward Colgate, Karon MacLean, Louise Oram, Michael Peshkin, Nicholas Marchuk, Vincent Levesque
Issue Date:May 2011
pp. 1153-1158
Touch interactions occur through flat surfaces that lack the tactile richness of physical interfaces. We explore the design possibilities offered by augmenting touchscreens with programmable surface friction. Four exemplar applications -- an alarm clock, a...
     
Enhancing physicality in touch interaction with programmable friction
Found in: Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems (CHI '11)
By Andy Cockburn, Dan Johnson, J. Edward Colgate, Karon MacLean, Louise Oram, Michael A. Peshkin, Nicholas D. Marchuk, Vincent Levesque
Issue Date:May 2011
pp. 2481-2490
Touch interactions have refreshed some of the 'glowing enthusiasm' of thirty years ago for direct manipulation interfaces. However, today's touch technologies, whose interactions are supported by graphics, sounds or crude clicks, have a tactile sameness an...
     
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