Wind tactor: An airflow-based wearable tactile display

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Traditional wearable tactile displays transfer information through a firm contact between the tactile stimulator (tactor) and the skin. The firm contact, however, might limit the location of wearable tactile displays and might be the source of discomfort when the skin is being exposed to prolonged contact. This motivated us to find a non-contact wearable tactile display, which is able to transfer information without a contact. Based on the literature review, we concluded that we should focus on airflow-based tactile displays among various non-contact stimulation methods. In my previous work, I proposed the concept of a non-contact wearable tactile display using airflows and explored its feasibility. Focusing on an airflow-based wearable tactile display, I am investigating the expressivity and the feasibility of wearable airflow displays in real-world environments. I expect my dissertation will provide empirical grounds and guidelines for the design of an airflow-based wearable tactile display.
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ACM SIGCHI and SIGGRAPH
Issue Date
2017-10-22
Language
English
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ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, UIST 2017, pp.91 - 94

DOI
10.1145/3131785.3131838
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/272265
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RIMS Conference Papers
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