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  • Feature extraction from vibration information obtained from a sensor tracing on objects by machine learning  [in Japanese]

    ITO Fumiya , TAKEMURA Kenjiro

    … <p>Sensory evaluation is generally used to grasp tactile sensation of an object. … However, sensory evaluation requires many subjects in order to evaluate the tactile sensation quantitatively, and it is time consuming and costly. … Therefore, tactile sensing technology is attracting attentions instead of sensory evaluation. …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2020(0), 2A1-P13, 2020

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  • Intensity Distribution Sensing of Aerial Ultrasonic Tactile Display  [in Japanese]

    SAGAWA Masatoshi , FUJIWARA Masahiro , Makino Yasutoshi , SHINODA Hiroyuki

    … In the proposed method, we assume that the fingertip exists as the irradiation target inside the workspace of the ultrasonic tactile display and evaluate the validity of the presentation based on the received intensity of a single receiving element. …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2020(0), 1A1-K08, 2020

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  • Development of high dynamic range uniaxial force/torque sensor using semiconductor strain gauge  [in Japanese]

    田村 龍也 , 境野 翔 , 辻 俊明

    電気学会研究会資料. MEC = The papers of Technical Meeting on "Mechatronics Control", IEE Japan 2019(17-24), 29-32, 2019-12-14

  • Informatization of Tactile Sensations Based on the Subjectivity and its Applications  [in Japanese]

    TANAKA Yoshihiro

    … We are trying to reveal, evaluate, share, and augment subjective haptic perception with wearable sensing and sensory feedback technologies, and these technologies have potentialities to be applied into design, manufacturing, welfare, and medical applications. …

    The Proceedings of the Conference on Information, Intelligence and Precision Equipment : IIP 2018(0), wakate1, 2018

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  • Emergence of lateral softness sensations in surface tactile tele-presentation systems with force feedback

    KIMURA Fuminobu , KUDO Hiroshi , YAMAMOTO Akio

    … This paper reveals that lateral softness sensations can emerge in surface tactile tele-presentation systems with force feedback, if the systems have improper displacement measurements and/or stiness mismatches between a fingertip and tactile sensors. … In surface tactile tele-presentation systems, friction force should be reproduced on the master device for high fidelity rendering. …

    Journal of Advanced Mechanical Design, Systems, and Manufacturing 8(3), JAMDSM0017-JAMDSM0017, 2014

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  • 3P1-N01 Haptic-Enabled Active Bone-Conducted Sound Sensing(Sense, Motion and Measurement (2))  [in Japanese]

    Okawa Yuya , Takemura Kentaro

    … We have studied the active bone-conducted sound sensing, which can estimate joint angle with a microphone and a vibration actuator. … In this paper, we propose the haptic-enabled active bone-conducted sound sensing by combining perceptible vibration. … The method can estimate joint angle and stimulate tactile receptor simultaneously without changing system configuration. …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2014(0), _3P1-N01_1-_3P1-N01_2, 2014

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  • 1P1-X05 Development of an Interface with Haptic Technology Using a Force Sensor : Haptic Desk: a Technique to Provide Tactile Sense to a Desk(Tactile and Force Sensing (1))  [in Japanese]

    TSUJI Toshiaki , KURITA Naoyuki

    … This paper describes a technique to provide tactile sense to a desk by a simple mechanism. … The tactile sense is provided to the whole body of the desk by fixing a force sensor on each leg. …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2014(0), _1P1-X05_1-_1P1-X05_4, 2014

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  • 2A2-B07 Study on Cognitive Model of Floor with Foot Sense(Tactile and Force Sensing (2))  [in Japanese]

    KIKUCHI Takehito , KOBAYASHI Wataru , MASUDA Yasunobu

    It is well known that senses from feet greatly influence cognitive and motor functions. However we hardly know how to acquire information from such foot sense and use it. In this study, we investigate …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2013(0), _2A2-B07_1-_2A2-B07_3, 2013

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  • 2A2-P04 Effects of the Shear Deformation to Finger Pad on Tracing Movements and the Tactile and Deep Sensations(Tactile and Force Sensing (1))  [in Japanese]

    Matsui K. , Okamoto S. , Yamada Y.

    Human's sensory inputs and motor outputs are closely bound together. This study is to make use of this relationship and to investigate how the presentation of the skin stretch to the finger pad a …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2011(0), _2A2-P04_1-_2A2-P04_4, 2011

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  • 1A2-L09 Haptic object recognition by a robot hand covered with soft skin with tactile sensors  [in Japanese]

    ANMA Takeshi , HOSODA Koh

    … Haptic object recognition by a robot hand is essential for adapting to human environment because of its role in multimodal sensing and detecting affordance. … Tactile information is local compared to vision, and slight difference in contact condition dramatically changes the sense. … The robot hand with the adaptive design of the human hand, covered with soft skin with multiple tactile receptors, is developed. …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2009(0), _1A2-L09_1-_1A2-L09_4, 2009

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  • The View of Tactile Sensing Technology  [in Japanese]

    SHIMOJO Makoto

    計測と制御 = Journal of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers 47(7), 548-553, 2008-07-10

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  • Haptograph Representation of Real-World Haptic Information by Wideband Force Control  [in Japanese]

    KATSURA Seiichiro , IRIE Kouhei , OHISHI Kiyoshi

    … On the contrary, since tactile or haptic information is subject to the Newton's “law of action and reaction” … From the point of view, real-world haptics is the key technology for future haptic communication engineering.<br>This paper proposes a novel acquisition method of haptic information named “haptograph”. … A robust contact motion and sensor-less sensing of the reaction force are attained by using a disturbance observer. …

    IEEJ Transactions on Industry Applications 128(6), 802-809, 2008-06-01

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  • 2A1-E20 Development of the Bionic Hand covered with soft skin with multiple tactile receptors  [in Japanese]

    FUKUDA Atsushi , HOSODA Koh , ANMA Takeshi

    … Haptic object recognition by a robot hand is essential for adapting to human environment because of its role in multimodal sensing and detecting affordance. … Tactile information is local compared to vision, and slight difference in contact condition dramatically changes the sense. … The Bionic Hand with the adaptive design of the human hand, covered with soft skin with multiple tactile receptors, is developed. …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2008(0), _2A1-E20_1-_2A1-E20_4, 2008

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  • Tactile sensation mechanism elucidated by complex science systems(Haptics and Robotics,Forum)  [in Japanese]

    OHKA Masahiro

    … Although a noise is mixed inevitably by contact with an object and sensor's movement on it in tactile sensing, a human being can evaluate the several micrometers unevenness on the object surface by means of the SR. … If the SR mechanism is incorporated into a tactile sensing system, the system can measure an object surface with high precision in not only the controlled environment adjusted like a precision measurement room but a living environment. …

    The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science 27(1), 95-99, 2008

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  • Tactile Sensing and Display  [in Japanese]

    SHIMOJO Makoto

    The Transactions of the Institute of Electrical Engineers ofJapan. E, A Publication of Sensors and Micromachines Associated Society 122(10), 465-468, 2002-10-01

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  • Tactile Sensing and Display  [in Japanese]

    Shimojo Makoto

    … In this paper, a characteristic of human tactile sense and somatosensory were explained. … As a tactile sensor, texture sensing methods which will be important in VR technology near future were described. … And present state of the haptics display was explained. …

    IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines 122(10), 465-468, 2002

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  • Toward Automatic Construction of Haptic-Interface based Virtual Space Simulator  [in Japanese]

    TANAKA H. T. , ABE Y. , YAMAOKA M. , TAJIMA S. , SATO T.

    … real world".Moreover, high-performance force-feedback displays also have been developed for realizing haptic interface with the virtual environment.In this paper, we propose a novel approach to observation-based automatic construction of virtual space similator based on active sensing and realtime image understanding methodology, which enables objects in the virtual space to behave, and change realistically with virtual force, and to be operated with a sence of real touch through haptic interface devices.We apply this technique to the construction of …

    IPSJ SIG Notes. CVIM 111, 73-80, 1998-05-27

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  • Haptic Motion of Distributed Tactile Sensor for Obtaining Tactile Pattern  [in Japanese]

    ISHII Idaku , ISHIKAWA Masatoshi

    … To realize a haptic function in engineering system, how to decide the motion of a tactile sensor for the sensing purpose is important, as well as the development of tactile sensors. … We define such a “motion of tactile sensor for sensing” …

    Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan 15(5), 795-801, 1997-07-15

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