“wUbi-Pen : Windows Graphical User Interface Interacting with Haptic Feedback Stylus” by Kyung and Lee

  • ©Ki-Uk Kyung and Jun-Young Lee

  • ©Ki-Uk Kyung and Jun-Young Lee

  • ©Ki-Uk Kyung and Jun-Young Lee

  • ©Ki-Uk Kyung and Jun-Young Lee

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    wUbi-Pen : Windows Graphical User Interface Interacting with Haptic Feedback Stylus

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Entry Number: 42


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    In this work, we designed stylus type haptic interfaces interacting with a touch screen. There are two kinds of haptic styli termed wUbi-Pen. The type I has functions of providing vibration, impact, texture and sound and it is a stand alone system including own battery and wireless communication module. The type II does not include the texture display module and it is a miniaturized version. We present a new interaction scheme on the Windows graphical user interface based on pointer movement haptic feedback events such as clicking, drag, drop, moving and etc. In addition, a simple interactive digital sketchbook has been implemented, which is providing haptic and auditory feedback while drawing and touching objects. We also introduce a tactile image display method on a touch screen with the wUbi-Pen and a simple fitting puzzle utilizing haptic feedback events.


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    KYUNG, K. U. AND LEE, J. Y. 2008, Design and Applications of a Pen-Like Haptic Interface with Texture and Vibrotactile Display, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE Press, In Press.

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    This work has been supported by the IT R&D Program of MIC/IITA[2007-S032-01, Development of an Intelligent Service technology based on the Personal Life Log].


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