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A Control Method of Asymmetric Vibrations for a Quantitative Evaluation of Induced Pulling Sensation
Takeshi Tanabe, Hiroaki Yano, and Hiroo Iwata
(University of Tsukuba, Japan)
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Abstract: It is known that humans experience a kinesthetic illusion, like a pulling sensation in a particular direction, when asymmetric vibrations are presented. However, the perceptual mechanism of this illusion has not been well clarified. In this study, we have developed a device that can control the vibrations for quantitative evaluation of the pulling sensation induced by exerting asymmetric vibrations to user’s fingertip. As a result of an evaluation, it was confirmed that this device can generate acceleration of target asymmetric vibration even if frequency and participants are changed.

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Time stamp: 2019-05-27T03:22:21+02:00