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By Hiroyuki Kajimoto, Hideyuki Ando, Ki-Uk Kyung

This publication is aimed not just at haptics and human interface researchers, but additionally at builders and architects from production organizations and the leisure who're operating to alter our lives. This book includes the complaints of the 1st overseas AsiaHaptics convention, held in Tsukuba, Japan, in 2014. The ebook describes the cutting-edge of the various haptics- (touch-) comparable examine, together with medical examine into haptics belief and phantasm, improvement of haptics units, and purposes for a wide selection of fields similar to schooling, medication, telecommunication, navigation, and entertainment.

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Physiological studies have R. Okazaki (&) Á H. jp H. jp R. Okazaki JSPS, Tokyo, Japan H. com H. Kajimoto Japan Science and Technology Agency, Tokyo, Japan © Springer Japan 2015 H. Kajimoto et al. 1007/978-4-431-55690-9_9 45 46 R. Okazaki et al. reported that tactile and auditory sensations share a common neural mechanism [7]. g. the “consonance” between the two modalities, have also been investigated [8–10]. Recently, some audio–tactile conversion methods that focused on the crossmodal relationships were proposed with the aim of improving and enhancing the value of the content or the user experience (UX) using tactile stimulation.

4 Results and Discussion The experimental results are shown in Table 1. The lines in the table represent each condition, while the columns represent questions. The figures in the table indicate the average of the VAS scaled from 0 to 10. To verify the differences when compared to the control condition, Friedman’s test and repeated Wilcoxon signedrank tests were performed. The p values obtained were then corrected by the Holm– Bonferroni method at a significance level of 5 % to avoid multiplicity concerns.

In this demonstration, we add rich tactile textures to the aerial images by modulating the ultrasound waveform. The system will provide a rich visuo-tactile experience all in free space. Y. Monnai (&) Á K. Hasegawa Á M. Fujiwara Á K. Yoshino Á S. Inoue Á H. jp/ © Springer Japan 2015 H. Kajimoto et al. 1007/978-4-431-55690-9_11 59 60 Y. Monnai et al. Fig. 1 System appearance 2 Setup The system appearance is shown in Fig. 1. It consists of four components, an aerial imaging plate (AIP) [4], a liquid crystal display (LCD), an infrared (IR) touch sensor, and an ultrasonic phased array transducer.

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