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    Title: Design of a Portable Interface for Vibrotactile Feedback Applications
    Authors: Topón-Visarrea, Blanca
    Iza, Christian
    Arteaga, Gerardo
    Remache-Vinueza, Byron
    Issue Date: 2022
    Publisher: Communications in Computer and Information Science. Volume 1654 CCIS, Pages 86 - 90. 2022. 24th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2022. Virtual, Online. 26 June 2022 through 1 July 2022
    Abstract: In this project we developed a portable haptic interface for vibro-tactile feedback applications. Currently, commercial systems similar to the proposed interface have high costs with applications in specific areas, and there is no variety of these devices in Ecuador. For this reason, we propose to develop a portable vibrotactile feedback system that will allow the user to perceive movement. The illusions that were used to validate the interface are read through a micro_SD card connected to a controller, and the algorithm used transmits information through a pair of coil type actuators, generating the tactile illusion. Finally, an experiment was conducted to demonstrate its functionality, which resulted in the Funneling illusion being the one that is best perceived in the device, in addition to the fact that the participants reported perceiving a directionality in each illusion. It is expected that this system will be a support tool in urban mobility applications, due to its advantages in terms of portability, reduced weight, low cost compared to other commercial options, reproducible using the drawings and specifications of the system
    URI: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-031-19679-9_12
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