Tag Archives: Haptics

“As a kid, I was fascinated by the display on visual illusions” – Vincent Hayward

What is the most interesting paper you came across recently (please provide a full reference)? Why? May sound silly but I got a kick of Adrian, E. D. (1931). Croonian lecture: the messages in sensory nerve fibres and their interpretation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing Papers of a Biological Character, 1-18.   What’s your preferred sensory […]

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Jörntell et al. 2014. “Segregation of tactile input features in neurons of the cuneate nucleus”

Abstract. Our tactile perception of external objects depends on skin-object interactions. The mechanics of contact dictates the existence of fundamental spatiotemporal input features—contact initiation and cessation, slip, and rolling contact—that originate from the fact that solid objects do not interpenetrate. However, it is unknown whether these features are represented within the brain. We used a novel haptic interface to deliver […]

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