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Double-sided Printed Tactile Display with Electrical Stimuli and Electrostatic Forces and its Assessment

Abstract

Humans can perceive tactile sensation through multimodal stimuli. To demonstrate realistic pseudo tactile sensation for the users, a tactile display is needed that can provide multi- ple tactile stimuli. In this paper, we have explicated a novel printed tactile display that can provide both the electrical stimulus and the electrostatic force. The circuit patterns for each stimulus were fabricated by employing the technique of double-sided conductive ink printing. Requirements for the fabrication process were analyzed and the durability of the tactile display was evaluated. Users’ perceptions of a single tactile stimulus and multiple tactile stimuli were also inves- tigated. The obtained experimental results indicate that the proposed tactile display is capable of exhibiting realistic tac- tile sensation and can be incorporated by various applications such as tactile sensation printing of pictorial illustrations and paintings. Furthermore, the proposed hybrid tactile display can contribute to accelerated prototyping and development of new tactile devices.

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Book title

Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Date of issue

2018/04/21

DOI

10.1145/3173574.3174024

Keywords

Tactile display / double-sided printing / conductive ink / multiple stimuli / electrical stimulus / electrostatic force

Citation

Kunihiro Kato, Yuki Ishizuka, Hiroyuki Kajimoto, Homei Miyashita. Double-sided Printed Tactile Display with Electrical Stimuli and Electrostatic Forces and its Assessment, Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2018.

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