“The nail-mounted tactile display for the behavior modeling” by Ando, Miki, Inami and Maeda

  • ©Hideyuki Ando, Takeshi Miki, Masahiko Inami, and Taro Maeda

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    The nail-mounted tactile display for the behavior modeling

Session/Category Title:   Devices & Interaction


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    The “SmartFinger” is a new type of tactile display, which is worn on the nail side of the finger. It does not inhibit our tactile sensation, since the ball of the finger is naked and we can feel the environment directly. It is important to insert nothing between a finger and an object.

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    1. T. Nojima, M. Inami, Y Kawabuchi, T. Maeda, K. Mabuchi and S. Tachi, An Interface for Touching the Interface, ACM SIGGRAPH 2000 Conference Abstracts and Applications, p.125, 2001
    2. Mascaro S. and Asada H., 2001, “Photoplethysmograph Fingernail Sensors for Measuring Finger Forces Without Haptic Obstruction,” IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, Vol. 17, No. 5, pp. 698–708
    3. T. Maeda, H. Ando, J. Watanabe, Y. Nonura and T. Miki, “A behavior modeling with wearable robotics -The study of Parasitic Humanoid (VI)”, The 6th VRSJ Annual Conference, pp. 153–154 (Japanese)


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