Schedule and sessions

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Tuesday 24 june

Wednesday 25 june

Thursday 26 june

Friday 27 june

 
        

8h30

registration

  

parallel workshops

 
        

9h30

Session 1

Session 3

Session 5

Workshop 1

Workshop 3

Workshop 4

 
 

fundamentals of haptic perception

texture perception and display

robotics and medicine

panel: non-invasive BCI and haptics

panel: multi­sensory soft­ness

open: haptics in re­hab­ili­ta­tion

 
  

11h00

tea coffee croissants

tea coffee croissants

tea coffee croissants

tea coffee croissants

 

11h30

flash talks

flash talks

flash talks

Mounia Ziat

Massim Di Luca

prosthetics and neural engineering: robotic aspects

 

11h50

Aude Olivia

Karon MacLean

Jörg Sennheiser

Antonio Frisoli

Matteo Bianchi

 
 

zooming through the visual brain in time and space

applied perspectives on haptic interaction with regard to attention, architectures, affect and robots

perception of sound — myth and reality

Jan van Erp

Gabriel Baud-Bovy

 

12h50

   
       
 

lunch

lunch

lunch

lunch

13h00

        

14h00

Posters and demos 1

Posters and demos 2

Posters and demos 3

Workshop 2

continued

and neuro-scientific principles

 
 posters and demos 1posters and demos 2posters and demos 3

open: bimanual haptics

  
      
 

tea coffee snacks

tea coffee snacks

tea coffee snacks

tea coffee snacks

 

16h00

Session 2

Session 4

Session 6

Maud Marchal

continued

Matteo Bianchi Marcia O'Maley Antonio Frisoli Lorenzo Masia

 
 

human computer interaction

haptics illusions and rehabilitation

modeling and simulation

   
       
   industrial session   

17h30

18h00

welcome address on the premises; drinks and music

transport to city

transport to city

    
       
        
   

awards;

    

20h00

 

banquet dinner in town

drinks, light dinner and speeches;

    
   

sunset 16 floors above the Paris rooftops

    
       
        
  

22h00

     
        
 

23h00

      
 

Tuesday 24 june

  

8h30

registration

  

9h30

Session 1

 

fundamentals of haptic perception

  

11h00

tea coffee croissants

11h30

flash talks

11h50

Aude Olivia

 

zooming through the visual brain in time and space

12h50

 
 

lunch

  

14h00

Posters and demos 1

 posters and demos 1
  
 

tea coffee snacks

16h00

Session 2

 

human computer interaction

  
  

18h00

welcome address on the premises;

 

drinks and music

  
  

20h00

 

 

Wednesday 25 june

  

9h30

Session 3

 

texture perception and display

  

11h00

tea coffee croissants

11h30

flash talks

11h50

Karon MacLean

 

applied perspectives on haptic interaction with regard to attention, architecture, affect, and robots

12h50

 
 

lunch

  

14h00

Posters and demos 2

 posters and demos 2
  
 

tea coffee snacks

16h00

Session 4

 

haptics illusions and rehabilitation

  
  

18h00

transport to city

  
  
  

20h00

banquet dinner in town

  
  
  
  
  

23h00

 

 

Thursday 26 june

  

9h30

Session 5

 

robotics and medicine

  

11h00

tea coffee croissants

11h30

flash talks

11h50

Jörg Sennheiser

 

perception of sound — myth and reality

12h50

 
 
 

lunch

  

14h00

Posters and demos 3

 posters and demos 3
  
 

tea coffee snacks

16h00

Session 6

 

modeling and simulation

  
industrial session 

18h00

transport to city

  
  

19h30

awards;

drinks, light dinner and speeches;

 

sunset 16 floors above the Paris rooftops

 
  

22h00

 

 

Friday 27 june

    

 

parallel workshops

    

9h30

Workshop 1

Workshop 3

Workshop 4

 

panel: non-invasive BCI and haptics

panel: multisensory softness

panel: haptics in rehabilitation,

11h00

tea coffee croissants

11h30

Mounia Ziat

Massim Di Luca

prosthetics and neural engineering: robotic aspects

 

Antonio Frisoli

Matteo Bianchi

 

Jan van Erp

Gabriel Baud-Bovy

   
   

13h00

lunch

  
    

14h00

Workshop 2

continued

and neuro-scientific principles

 

open: bimanual haptics

 
  

15h30

tea coffee snacks

16h00

Maud Marchal

continued

Matteo Bianchi Marcia O'Maley Antonio Frisoli Lorenzo Masia

   
   

17h30

 

Eurohaptics 2014 Oral Sessions

Session 1: Fundamentals of haptic perception

19 Irene Kuling, Marieke van der Graaff, Eli Brenner and Jeroen Smeets. Proprioceptive Biases in Different Experimental Designs

24 Ryuichi Doizaki, Junji Watanabe and Maki Sakamoto. A System for Evaluating Tactile Feelings Expressed by Sound Symbolic Words

108 Serena Bochereau, Alexander Terekhov and Vincent Hayward. Amplitude and Duration Interdependence in the Perceived Intensity of Complex Tactile Signal

110 Abdeldjallil Naceri, Alessandro Moscatelli, Marco Santello and Marc Ernst. Multi-digit Position and Force Coordination in Three- and Four-digit Grasping

112 Brygida Dzidek, Michael Adams, Zhibing Zhang, Simon Johnson, Serena Bochereau and Vincent Hayward. Role of occlusion in non-Coulombic slip of the finger pad

152 Massimiliano Di Luca. Perceived softness of composite objects

Posters and Demos 1

Posters

5 Mats Isaksson, Ben Horan and Saeid Nahavandi. Low-Cost 5-DOF Haptic Stylus Interaction using Two Phantom Omni Devices

6 Antonio Prieto, Julia Mayas and Soledad Ballesteros. Time Course of Grouping by Proximity and Similarity in a Haptic Speeded Orientation Task

8 Yongyao Yan, Greg S. Ruthenbeck and Karen J. Reynolds. A Genetic Algorithm Approach to Identify Virtual Object Properties for Sharing the Feel from Virtual Environments

9 Hikaru Nagano, Shogo Okamoto and Yoji Yamada. Semantically layered structure of tactile textures

11 Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest and Astrid M. L. Kappers. The influence of material cues on early grasping force

12 Yoicihro Matsuura, Shogo Okamoto and Yoji Yamada. Estimation of Finger Pad Deformation based on Skin Deformation Transferred to the Radial Side

15 Shunsuke Yoshimoto, Yoshihiro Kuroda, Yuki Uranishi, Masataka Imura and Osamu Oshiro. Roughness Modulation of Real Materials using Electrotactile Augmentation

21 Claudio Loconsole, Fabio Stroppa, Vitoantonio Bevilacqua and Antonio Frisoli. A Robust Real-Time 3D Tracking Approach for Assisted Object Grasping

22 Jari Kangas, Jussi Rantala, Deepak Akkil, Poika Isokoski, Päivi Majaranta and Roope Raisamo. Delayed Haptic Feedback to Gaze Gestures

28 Amit Bhardwaj and Subhasis Chaudhuri. Does Just Noticeable Difference Depend on the Rate of Change of Kinesthetic Force Stimulus?

34 Yi Yang, Yuru Zhang, Betty Lemaire-Semail and Xiaowei Dai. Enhancing the simulation of boundaries by coupling tactile and kinesthetic feedback

39 Wenliang Zhou, Jörg Reisinger, Angelika Peer and Sandra Hirche. Interaction-based Dynamic Measurement of Haptic Characteristics of Control Elements

40 Anaïs Mazella, Jean-Michel Albaret and Delphine Picard. Find the Missing Element! Haptic Identification of Incomplete Pictures by Sighted and Visually Impaired Children

43 Femke E. van Beek, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Frank L. Gabrielse, Bart W.J. Lagerberg, Thomas K. Verhoogt, Bart G.A. Wolfs and Astrid M.L. Kappers. Subject-specific distortions in haptic perception of force direction

47 Noman Akbar and Seokhee Jeon. Encountered-Type Haptic Interface for Grasping Interaction with Round Variable Size Objects via Pneumatic Balloon

48 Yaser Maddahi, Michael Greene, Liu Shi Gan, Tomas Hirmer, Sanju Lama, Garnette Roy Sutherland, Kourosh Zareinia and Rachael L'Orsa. Performance Evaluation of a Surgical Telerobotic System Using Kinematic Indices of the Master Hand-Controller

49 Carlos Rossa, Margarita Anastassova, Alain Micaelli and José Lozada. Perceptual evaluation of the passive/active torque and stiffness asymmetry of a hybrid haptic device

52 Anke Brock, Philippe Truillet, Bernard Oriola and Christophe Jouffrais. Making gestural interaction accessible to visually impaired people

56 Ferran Argelaguet, Takuya Sato, Thierry Duval, Yoshifumi Kitamura and Anatole Lécuyer. Collaborative Pseudo-Haptics: Two-User Stiffness Discrimination Based on Visual Feedback

57 Lanhai Liu, Satoshi Miyake, Naoki Maruyama, Katsuhito Akahane and Makoto Sato. Development of Two-handed Multi-finger Haptic Interface SPIDAR-10

58 Toni Pakkanen, Roope Raisamo and Veikko Surakka. Audio-Haptic Car Navigation Interface with Rhythmic Tactons

60 Claudio Pacchierotti, Domenico Prattichizzo and Katherine J. Kuchenbecker. A Data-driven Approach to Remote Tactile Interaction: From a BioTac Sensor to Any Fingertip Cutaneous Device

64 Scinob Kuroki, Junji Watanabe and Shinya Nishida. Vibrotactile frequency discrimination performance with cross-channel distractors

66 Taira Nakamura, Manami Katoh, Taku Hachisu, Ryuta Okazaki, Michi Sato and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. Localization Ability and Polarity Effect of Underwater Electro-Tactile Stimulation

68 Yoshihide Otsuru, Toshio Tsuji and Yuichi Kurita. Haptic rendering of tissue stiffness by the haptic enhanced reality method

69 Mounia Ziat, Eric Lecolinet, Olivier Gapenne, Gerard Mouret and Charles Lenay. Perceptual strategies under constrained movements on a zoomable haptic mobile device

70 Petr Kadleček, Petr Kmoch and Jaroslav Křivánek. Haptic rendering for under-actuated 6/3-DOF haptic devices

Demos

d1 Irene A. Kuling, Marieke C. W. van der Graaff, Eli Brenner and Jeroen B. J. Smeets. The (un)predictability of visuo-haptic and haptic-haptic biases

d2 Yoshihide Otsuru, Toshio Tsuji and Yuichi Kurita. Haptic rendering of tissue stiffness by the haptic enhanced reality method

d3 Taira Nakamura, Manami Katoh, Taku Hachisu, Ryuta Okazaki, Michi Sato and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. Localization Ability and Polarity Effect of Underwater Electro-Tactile Stimulation

d5 Shunsuke Yoshimoto, Yoshihiro Kuroda, Yuki Uranishi, Masataka Imura and Osamu Oshiro. Tactile Modulator: Roughness Modulation using Electrotactile Augmentation

d6 Ben Horan, Syafizwan Faroque, Mats Isaksson and Quan-Zen Ang. Reconfigurable Multipurpose Haptic Interface

d7 Bill Verplank, David Gauthier and Jakob Bak. Motors and Music: Teaching haptics and sound for product design

d8 Alfonso Balandra, Hironori Mitake and Shoichi Hasegawa. Haptic Music Player

d9 Antoine Hogenboom, Iskander Smit and Ben Kröse. Demonstration: A digital coach for self-tracking athletes

d10 Hiroyuki Kajimoto, Masaki Suzuki and Yonezo Kanno. Tactile Vision Substitution System for Palm Using Electro-Tactile Display and Smartphone

Session 2: Human computer interaction

23 Katrin Wolf, Robert Schleicher and Michael Rohs. Touch Accessibility on the Front and the Back of held Tablet Devices

31 Jan Van Erp, Tom Philippi and Peter Werkhoven. Multisensory memory for object identity and location

41 Vonne van Polanen, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Noortje Creemers, Merel J. Verbeek and Astrid M.L. Kappers. Optimal exploration strategies in haptic search

50 Vibol Yem, Hideaki Kuzuoka, Naomi Yamashita, Shoichi Ohta and Yasuo Takeuchi. Hand-Skill Learning using Outer-Covering Haptic Display

126 Mariacarla Memeo, Claudio Campus, Laura Lucagrossi and Luca Brayda. Similarity of blind and sighted subjects when constructing maps with small-area tactile displays: performance, behavioral and subjective aspects

132 Marco Janko, Yon Visell and Richard Primerano. Scale dependence of force patterns during the scanning of a surface by a bare finger

156 Sarah McIntyre, Tatjana Seizova-Cajic, Ingvars Birznieks, Alex O. Holcombe and Richard M. Vickery. Adaptation to motion presented with a tactile array

179 Jin Ryong Kim and Hong Z. Tan. Haptic Feedback Intensity Affects Touch Typing Performance on a Flat Keyboard

Posters and Demos 2

Posters

53 Yoichi Ochiai, Takayuki Hoshi, Jun Rekimoto and Masaya Takasaki. Diminished Haptics: Towards Digital Transformation of Real World Textures

71 Sungjun Park, Sangsoo Park, Sang-Yun Baek and Jeha Ryu. A Human-like Bilateral Tele-Handshake System

72 Inwook Hwang and Seungmoon Choi. Improved Haptic Music Player with Auditory Saliency Estimation

80 Katsunari Sato, Sayasa Otsubo, Teppei Araki, Tohru Sugahara and Katsuaki Suganuma. Evaluation of Stretchable Conductor for Measuring Clothing Pressure

84 Knut Drewing and Onno Kruse. Weights in visuo-haptic softness perception are not sticky

85 Jeremy Olivier, Maxime Jeanneret, Mohamed Bouri and Hannes Bleuler. The LegoPress: A Rehabilitation, Performance Assessment and Training Device

86 Yongjae Yoo and Seungmoon Choi. An Initial Study on Pitch Correction Guidance for String Instruments Using Haptic Feedback

88 Gionata Salvietti, Monica Malvezzi and Domenico Prattichizzo. Simulation of Soft Finger Contact Model with Rolling Effects in Point-Contact Haptic Interfaces

89 Alessandro Moscatelli, Matteo Bianchi, Alessandro Serio, Omar Al Atassi, Simone Fani, Alexander Terekhov, Vincent Hayward, Marc Ernst and Antonio Bicchi. A change in the fingertip contact area induces an illusory displacement of the finger

91 Fernanda Brandi and Eckehard Steinbach. Receiver-Based Hybrid Sample Prediction for Error-Resilient Haptic Communication

93 Yoshihiro Tanaka, Yuki Goto and Akihito Sano. Presentation of Surface Undulation to Hand by Several Discrete Stimuli

95 Jess Hartcher-O'Brien, Alexander Terekhov, Malika Auvray and Vincent Hayward. Haptic shape constancy across distance

98 Hiroki Tsuboi, Makoto Inoue, Scinob Kuroki, Hiromi Mochiyama and Junji Watanabe. Roughness perception of micro-particulate plate: a study on two-size-mixed stimuli

100 Gijs Huisman, Jan Kolkmeier and Dirk Heylen. Simulated Social Touch in a Collaborative Game

101 Guillaume Kazmitcheff, Hadrien Courtecuisse, Yann Nguyen, Mathieu Miroir, Alexis Bozorg Grayeli, Stéphane Cotin, Olivier Sterkers and Christian Duriez. Haptic Rendering on Deformable Anatomical Tissues with Strong Heterogeneities

103 Markus Rank and Massimiliano Di Luca. Response Time-Dependent Force Perception During Hand Movement

105 Frédéric Giraud, Michel Amberg, Christophe Giraud-Audine and Betty Lemaire-Semail. Design of a Haptic Magnifier using an Ultrasonic Motor

109 James Leonard, Jean-Loup Florens, Claude Cadoz and Nicolas Castagné. Exploring the Role of Dynamic Audio-Haptic Coupling in Musical Gestures on Simulated Instruments

111 Emmanuel Vander Poorten, Gianni Borghesan and Dominiek Reynaerts. Towards Palpation in Virtual Reality by an Encountered-type Haptic Screen

114 Lingzhi Liu, Guanyang Liu and Yuru Zhang. Grasping Control in Three-fingered Robot Hand Teleoperation using Desktop Haptic Device

116 Yon Visell, Keerthi Adithya Duraikkannan and Vincent Hayward. A Device and Method for Multimodal Haptic Rendering of Volumetric Stiffness

118 Yoren Gaffary, Mehdi Ammi and Jean-Claude Martin. Haptic Expressions of Stress During an Interactive Game

119 Francisco Suárez-Ruiz, Ignacio Galiana, Yaroslav Tenzer, Leif P. Jentoft, Robert D. Howe and Manuel Ferre. Grasp Mapping Between a 3-Finger Haptic Device and a Robotic Hand

122 Annie Luciani, Nicolas Castagné and James Leonard. Haptics Processing Unit Software Architecture for Transportable High Dynamics Force-Feedback Coupling

125 Francesco Chinello, Mirko Aurilio, Claudio Pacchierotti and Domenico Prattichizzo. The HapBand: A Cutaneous Device for Remote Tactile Interaction

128 Thomas Knott and Torsten Kuhlen. Geometrically Limited Constraints for Physics-based Haptic Rendering

129 Tomohiro Amemiya and Hiroaki Gomi. Distinct pseudo-attraction force sensation by a thumb-sized vibrator that oscillates asymmetrically

134 Shoichi Hasegawa, Yukinobu Takehana, Alfonso Balandra, Hironori Mitake, Katsuhito Akahane and Makoto Sato. Vibration and Subsequent Collision Simulation of Finger and Object for Haptic Rendering

Demos

d4 Yoichi Ochiai, Takayuki Hoshi, Jun Rekimoto and Masaya Takasaki. Diminished Haptics: Towards Digital Transformation of Real World Textures

d11 Akhtar Aadee. Passive Mechanical Skin Stretch for Multiple Degree-of-Freedom Proprioception in a Hand Prosthesis

d12 Tomohiro Amemiya and Hiroaki Gomi. Distinct pseudo-attraction force sensation by a thumb-sized vibrator that oscillates asymmetrically

d13 Yoshihiro Tanaka, Yuki Goto, Masayoshi Hashimoto, Tomohiro Fukuda, Koji Watanabe, Nagomi Tsuboi, Nguyen Duy Phuong and Akihito Sano. Several Discrete Stimuli to Whole Fingers Provide Surface Undulation Perception

d14 Semin Ryu, Dongbum Pyo, Seung-Chan Kim and Dong-Soo Kwon. Surface Haptic Interaction

d15 Werner de Valk, Jouke Rypkema and Jan B.F. van Erp. Facilitating Planning: Tangible Objects with Multimodal Feedback Mitigate Cognitive Workload

d16 Alfonso Balandra, Shoichi Hasegawa, Yukinobu Takehana, Hironori Mitake, Katsuhito Akahane and Makoto Sato. Demonstration of the Vibration and Collision between Finger and Object for Haptic Rendering

d17 Jan B.F. van Erp, Christian J.A.M. Willemse and Joris B. Janssen. Sensators: Active Multisensory Tangible User Interfaces

d18 Guillaume Millet, Abdenbi Mohand Ousaid, Antoine Weill-Duflos and Stéphane Régnier. High-fidelity haptic device

d19 Lucile Dupin, Vincent Hayward and Mark Wexler. Transfer of haptic signals between hands

d20 Yusuke Mizushina, Charith Lasantha Fernando, Kouta Minamizawa and Susumu Tachi. Haptic Broadcasting - System of Transmitting the Experience in Badminton

Session 3: Texture perception and display

16 Alexandra Lezkan and Knut Drewing. Unequal but fair? Weights in the serial integration of haptic texture information

78 Tatjana Seizova-Cajic, Kornelia Karlsson, Sara Bergstrom, Sarah McIntyre and Ingvars Birznieks. Lateral skin stretch influences direction judgments of motion across the skin

79 Hikaru Nagano, Yon Visell and Shogo Okamoto. On the Effect of Vibration on Slip Perception During Bare Finger Contact

107 Heba Khamis, Stephen Redmond, Vaughan Macefield and Ingvars Birznieks. Classification of Texture and Frictional Condition at Initial Contact by Tactile Afferent Responses

131 Dongbum Pyo, Semin Ryu, Seung-Chan Kim and Dong-Soo Kwon. A New Surface Display for 3D Haptic Rendering

180 Yumi Kosemura, Junpei Watanabe, Hiroaki Ishikawa and Norihisa Miki. Virtual Surface Textures Created by MEMS Tactile Display

Session 4: Haptic illusions and rehabilitation

2 Mike D. Rinderknecht, Werner L. Popp, Olivier Lambercy and Roger Gassert. Experimental Validation of a Rapid, Adaptive Robotic Assessment of the MCP Joint Angle Difference Threshold

13 Akihiro Imaizumi, Shogo Okamoto and Yoji Yamada. Friction Sensation Produced by Laterally Asymmetric Vibrotactile Stimulus

51 Alessandro Moscatelli, Meike Scheller, Gabriele Joanna Kowalski and Marc Ernst. The haptic analog of the visual Aubert-Fleischl phenomenon

62 Hamideh Kerdegari, Yeongmi Kim, Tom Stafford and Tony Prescott. Centralizing bias and the vibrotactile funneling illusion on the forehead

117 Astrid M.L. Kappers and Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest. Illusory Rotations in the Haptic Perception of Moving Spheres and Planes

138 Galit Buchs, Shachar Maidenbaum and Amir Amedi. Obstacle Identification and Avoidance Using the 'EyeCane'

175 Aadeel Akhtar, Mary Nguyen, Logan Wan, Brandon Boyce, Patrick Slade and Timothy Bretl. Passive Mechanical Skin Stretch for Proprioception in a Hand Prosthesis

Posters and Demos 3

Posters

135 Gholamreza Ilkhani, Mohammad Aziziaghdam and Evren Samur. Data-driven Texture Rendering with Electrostatic Attraction

137 Tae-Heon Yang, Yu-Joon Kim, Yon-Kyu Park and Sang-Youn Kim. Design of a Miniature Integrated Haptic Device for Cutaneous, Thermal and Kinaesthetic Sensations

140 Karljohan Lundin Palmerius, Daniel Johansson, Gunnar Höst and Konrad Schönborn. An Analysis of the Influence of a Pseudo-haptic Cue on the Haptic Perception of Weight

145 Victor Adriel Oliveira and Anderson Maciel. Introducing the Modifier Tactile Pattern for Vibrotactile Communication

147 Victor Adriel Oliveira and Anderson Maciel. Assessment of Tactile Languages as Navigation Aid in 3D Environments

149 Andrew A. Stanley, David Mayhew, Rikki Irwin and Allison M. Okamura. Integration of a Particle Jamming Tactile Display with a Cable-Driven Parallel Robot

150 Stefano Trento, Amalia de Götzen and Stefania Serafin. CARess, a gentle touch informs the driver.

151 Byung-Kil Han, Kwangtaek Kim, Koji Yatani and Hong Z. Tan. TextEntry Performance Evaluation on Haptic Soft QWERTY Keyboard in Tablet Devices

153 Christian Bolzmacher, Gérard Chalubert, Olivier Brelaud, Jean-Philippe Alexander and Moustapha Hafez. Morphing Tactile Display for Haptic Interaction in Vehicles

154 Fabio Tatti, Netta Gurari and Gabriel Baud-Bovy. Static Force Rendering Performance of two Commercial Haptic Systems

158 Sanditi Khandelwal, Manas Karandikar and Abhishek Gupta. Design and Evaluation of a Peaucellier-Lipkin Linkage Based Haptic Interface

159 Alexander Russomanno, Brent Gillespie, Sile O'Modhrain and James Barber. Modeling Pneumatic Actuators for a Refreshable Tactile Display

161 Anais Brygo, Ioannis Sarakoglou, Nadia Garcia-Hernandez and Nikolaos Tsagarakis. Humanoid Robot Teleoperation with Vibrotactile based Balancing Feedback

163 Sahba Aghajani Pedram, Roberta Klatzky, Oran Isaac-Lowry and Peter Berkelman. Virtual Roughness Perception using Coil Array Magnetic Levitation Haptic Interface: Effects of Torque Feedback

164 Jonathan Platkiewicz, Alessandro Mansutti, Monica Bordegoni and Vincent Hayward. Recording Device for Natural Haptic Textures Felt with the Bare Fingertip

165 Rachael L'Orsa, Kourosh Zareinia, Chris Macnab and Garnette Sutherland. Comparison of Multimodal Notifications during Telesurgery

166 Daiki Maemori, Lope Ben Porquis, Masashi Konyo and Satoshi Tadokoro. A Multi-DOF Haptic Representation Using Suction Pressure Stimuli on Finger Pads

167 Ken Friedl, Yao Qin, Daniel Ostler and Angelika Peer. Modeling the Weber Fraction of Vibrotactile Amplitudes using Gain Control through Global Feedforward Inhibition

169 Emanuele Ruffaldi, Michele Barsotti, Daniele Leonardis, Giulia Bassani, Antonio Frisoli and Massimo Bergamasco. Evaluating Virtual Embodiment with the ALEX Exoskeleton

170 Adrian Ramos and Domenico Prattichizzo. Vibrotactile stimuli for distinction of virtual constraints and environment feedback

172 Takeshi Yamamoto and Koichi Hirota. Device for Estimation of Weight and Material of Contents by Shaking

173 Jennifer Hui and Katherine J. Kuchenbecker. Evaluating the BioTac's Ability To Detect and Characterize Lumps in Simulated Tissue

174 Ryuta Okazaki and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. Altering Distance Perception from Hitting with a Stick by Superimposing Vibration to Holding Hand

181 Hoechel Lee, Karl Katumu and Jenna Gorlewicz. Toward Active Boundary Conditions For Variable Friction Touchscreens

183 Hiroki Ishizuka, Nicolo Lorenzoni and Norihisa Miki. Tactile display to reproduce stiffness distribution of biological tissues using Magnetorheological Fluid

184 Norihide Kitamura, Julien Chim and Norihisa Miki. Microfabricated Needle-Arrays for Stimulation Tactile Receptors

188 Yasushi Ikei, Seiya Shimabukuro, Shunki Kato, Yujiro Okuya, Koji Abe, Koichi Hirota and Tomohiro Amemiya. Rendering of Virtual Walking Sensation by a Passive Body Motion

Demos

d21 Mario Amante, Séréna Bochereau, Mariama Dione, Brygida Maria Dzidek, David Gueorguiev, Andreas Heinrich, Athanasia Moungon, Thomas Sednaoui, Eric Vezzoli, Zlatko Vidrih, Teja Vodlak and Michael Wand. The PROTOTOUCH Project: an FP7 EU Marie Curie Initial Training Network

d22 Lisa Bowers and Farshid Amriabdollahian. Analysis of the adapted inclusive haptic rigs for non-sighted people using duration and collision metrics

d23 Daiki Maemori, Lope Ben Porquis, Masashi Konyo and Satoshi Tadokoro. A Multi-DOF Haptic Representation Using Suction Pressure Stimuli on Finger Pads

d24 Ryuta Okazaki and Hiroyuki Kajimot. Altering Distance Perception from Hitting with a Stick by Superimposing Vibration to Holding Hand

d25 Michaël Wiertlewski, Daniele Leonardis, David J. Meyer, Michael A. Peshkin and J. Edward Colgate. Demonstration: A High-Fidelity Surface-Haptic Device for Texture Rendering on Bare Finger

d27 Alexander Russomanno, R. Brent Gillespie, Sile O'Modhrain and James Barber. A Tactile Display Using Pneumatic Membrane Actuators

d28 Parivash Ranjbar, Dag Stranneby, Cheryl Akner-Koler, Erik Borg. Haptic technical aids for Environmental perception, Time perception and Mobility (in a riding arena) for persons with deafblindness

d29 Arash Mohtat, Colin Gallacher and Jozsef Kovecses. Developing Immersive Virtual Worlds through Realistic Contact Rendering and Improved Transparency

d30 G. Pugach, A. Pitti, A. Melnyk, P. Henaff and P. Gaussier. Learning spatial Touch in an Artificial Skin with Neural Network

Session 5: Robotics and medicine

4 Burak Cizmeci, Rahul Chaudhari, Xiao Xu, Nicolas Alt and Eckehard Steinbach. A Visual-Haptic Multiplexing Scheme for Teleoperation over Constant-Bitrate Communication Links

7 Bernhard Weber and Sonja Schneider. The Effects of Force Feedback on Surgical Task Performance: A Meta-analytical Integration

26 César A. López Martínez, René van de Molengraft and Maarten Steinbuch. Switching Robust Control Synthesis for Teleoperation via Dwell Time Conditions

97 Toshiki Kitazawa, Fuminobu Kimura and Akio Yamamoto. Multi-digit Softness: Development of a Tactile Display to Render Softness Feeling on Multiple Fingers

115 Michael Wiertlewski, Daniele Leonardis, David Meyer, Michael Peshkin and J. Edward Colgate. A High-Fidelity Surface-Haptic Device for Texture Rendering on Bare Finger

124 Leonardo Meli and Domenico Prattichizzo. Task-oriented approach to simulate a grasping action through underactuated haptic devices

Session 6: Modeling and simulation

143 Yuxiang Wang and Gregory Gerling. Computational Modeling Reinforces that Proprioceptive Cues May Augment Compliance Discrimination When Elasticity Is Decoupled From Radius of Curvature

146 Eric Vezzoli, Frédéric Giraud and Betty Lemaire-Semail. Electrovibration modelling analysis

157 Teja Vodlak, Zlatko Vidrih, Primoz Pirih, Janez Presern, Ales Skorjanc and Tomaz Rodic. Functional Microanatomical Model of Meissner Corpuscle

Industrial talks

i1 A. Brüninghaus, T.A. Kern, P. Lotz, I. Zoller. Benefits of Active Haptic Technology in Modern Driving Workspaces (Continental)

i2 Jérome Perret. Haptic Trends by Haption: Larger, Stronger, Faster (Haption)

i3 Manuel Cruz. Innovation and Research at Immersion Corporation (Immersion)

i4 T. Keski-Jaskari and P. Laitinen. Locatized HD Haptics for Touch User Interfaces (Aito-Touch)