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Spatial Asymmetry in Tactile Sensor SkinDeformation Aids Perception of EdgeOrientation During Haptic Exploration
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By Ruben D. Ponce Wong,Randall B. Hellman,Veronica J. Santos
Issue Date:April 2014
pp. 191-202
Upper-limb amputees rely primarily on visual feedback when using their prostheses to interact with others or objects in their environment. A constant reliance upon visual feedback can be mentally exhausting and does not suffice for many activities when lin...
 
Spatial Asymmetry in Tactile Sensor Skin Deformation Aids Perception of Edge Orientation During Haptic Exploration
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics
By Ruben D. Ponce Wong,Randall B. Hellman,Veronica J. Santos
Issue Date:October 2013
pp. 1
Upper-limb amputees rely primarily on visual feedback when using their prostheses to interact with others or objects in their environment. A constant reliance upon visual feedback can be mentally exhausting and does not suffice for many activities when lin...
 
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