HapticAid: Haptic experiences system using mobile platform

  • Maeda T
  • Tsuchiya K
  • Peiris R
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© 2017 ACM. We developed HapticAid, which is a wearable haptic augmentation system. This system enhances the skin vibrations that occur during touch and provide them as haptic feedback on the wrist. We revised HapticAid to be wearable and mobile by using a mobile platform and installed a digital signal processing to control haptic feedback for haptic experiences. This paper describes the implementation of our system, design of digital signal processing the method of wearing our system for haptic experiences.

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  • Embodied Media
  • Haptic Augmentation
  • Haptic Feedback
  • Wearable Device

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  • T. Maeda

  • K. Tsuchiya

  • R. Peiris

  • Y. Tanaka

  • K. Minamizawa

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