Tactile Morse Code Using Locational Stimulus Identification
bimanual, communication, estimation, haptic interfaces, indexes, interference, judgement, perception, psychology, vibrations, vibrotactile, visualization
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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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IEEE Transactions on Haptics, v. PP, issue 99
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Walker, Michael and Reed, Kyle B., "Tactile Morse Code Using Locational Stimulus Identification" (2017). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Publications. 82.