“Reconsideration of Ouija Board Motion in Terms of Haptic Illusions (IV): Effect of Haptic Cue and Another Player” by Shitara, Yem and Kajimoto

  • ©Takahiro Shitara, Vibol Yem, and Hiroyuki Kajimoto

  • ©Takahiro Shitara, Vibol Yem, and Hiroyuki Kajimoto

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Entry Number: 61

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    Reconsideration of Ouija Board Motion in Terms of Haptic Illusions (IV): Effect of Haptic Cue and Another Player

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    The Ouija board game is associated with a type of involuntary motion known as an ideomotor action. We sought to clarify the conditions under which this motion occurs by evaluating the effect that visual and haptic movement cues have on its occurrence. Using our lateral skin deformation device, we found that the simultaneous presentation of visual and tactile illusory motion and force produced larger ideomotor actions than when either modality presented alone, an effect that was further potentiated by the presence of another player (an avatar).

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    • Takayuki Shitara, Yuriko Nakai, Haruya Uematsu, Vibol Yem, and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. 2017. Reconsideration of Ouija Board Motion in Terms of Haptics Illusions (III) -Experiment with 1-DoF Linear Rail Device. In Proceedings of World Haptics Conference.
    • Takayuki Shitara, Yuriko Nakai, Haruya Uematsu, Vibol Yem, Hiroyuki Kajimoto, and Satoshi Saga. 2016a. Reconsideration of Ouija Board Motion in Terms of Haptics.
      Illusions. In Proceedings of EuroHaptics.
    • Takayuki Shitara, Yuriko Nakai, Haruya Uematsu, Vibol Yem, Hiroyuki Kajimoto, and Satoshi Saga. 2016b. Reconsideration of Ouija Board Motion in Terms of Haptics Illusions (II) – Development of 1-DoF Linear Rail Device-. In Proceedings of AsiaHaptics.
    • Armin Stock and Claudia Stock. 2004. A short history of ideo-motor action. Psychological research 68 (05 2004), 176–88. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00426-003-0154-5.
    • Vibol Yem, Mai Shibahara, Katsunari Sato, and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. 2016. Expression of 2DOF Fingertip Traction with 1DOF Lateral Skin Stretch. In Proceedings of AsiaHaptics.

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Acknowledgements:


    This research was supported by JSPS KAKENHI JP18H04110.


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