Title

Tactile Morse Code Using Locational Stimulus Identification

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2017

Keywords

bimanual, communication, estimation, haptic interfaces, indexes, interference, judgement, perception, psychology, vibrations, vibrotactile, visualization

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.1109/TOH.2017.2743713

Abstract

This research investigated several haptic interfaces designed to reduce mistakes in Morse code reception. Results concluded that a bimanual setup, discriminating dots/dashes by left/right location, reduced the amount of errors to only 56.6% of the errors compared to a unimanual setup that used temporal discrimination to distinguish dots and dashes.

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Citation / Publisher Attribution

IEEE Transactions on Haptics, v. PP, issue 99

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