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Tilt Perception by Constant Tactile and Constant Proprioceptive Feedback through a Human System Interface

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Tilt perception through a haptic human system interface is experimentally investigated. Tactile feedback is provided by vibration motors and proprioceptive feedback by the Cybergrasp exoskeleton. Enriching mere vibrotactile feedback by additional constant force feedback has not been found to influence human tilt perception. Participants' verbal and haptic estimations of the displayed tilt were highly accurate. As expected, tilt estimations depend on the actual tilt

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Second Joint EuroHaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (WHC'07)

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22-24 March 2007