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Tactile Information Representation March 28, 2006

Posted by reto wettach in physical interaction design, Uncategorized.


An accelerator pedal, which tells the driver, how close he is to thenext car: the closer he comes, the harder it is to press the pedal.


Another forcefeedback concept, done by the students James Tichenor and David A Mellis in my class in Ivrea: Feel the Music (please scroll down): Here the station tuning knob indicates by force feedback, whether you found a station or not.



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