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Vibratory feedback for artificial hands

Vibratory feedback for artificial hands
Vibratory feedback for artificial hands
One of the capability of a prosthetic hand device that is highly preferred is that it should be able to mimic the functionality of the lost arm, and that loss includes the tactile sensory system. A miniature DC motor has been identified to be the best haptic actuator to deliver the required sensory feedback. Experiments and simulations were carried out to predict the transient responses, driving frequencies as well as vibration amplitude of the motor. The results have shown that the motor is reliable in matching the optimum frequency response of the mechanoreceptors in the residual arm, which is important in providing an efficient supplementary sensation
247-250
Mohamad Hanif, N.H.H.
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Chappell, P.H.
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Cranny, A.
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White, N.M.
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Mohamad Hanif, N.H.H.
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Chappell, P.H.
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Cranny, A.
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White, N.M.
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Mohamad Hanif, N.H.H., Chappell, P.H., Cranny, A. and White, N.M. (2014) Vibratory feedback for artificial hands. 2013 International Conference on Electronics, Computer and Computation (ICECCO), Turkey. pp. 247-250 . (doi:10.1109/ICECCO.2013.6718275).

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Abstract

One of the capability of a prosthetic hand device that is highly preferred is that it should be able to mimic the functionality of the lost arm, and that loss includes the tactile sensory system. A miniature DC motor has been identified to be the best haptic actuator to deliver the required sensory feedback. Experiments and simulations were carried out to predict the transient responses, driving frequencies as well as vibration amplitude of the motor. The results have shown that the motor is reliable in matching the optimum frequency response of the mechanoreceptors in the residual arm, which is important in providing an efficient supplementary sensation

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Published date: 12 February 2014
Venue - Dates: 2013 International Conference on Electronics, Computer and Computation (ICECCO), Turkey, 2014-02-12
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 362123
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/362123
PURE UUID: ee686f67-fd64-45f3-9920-47c9f6cf1f8c
ORCID for N.M. White: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-1532-6452

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Date deposited: 17 Feb 2014 09:15
Last modified: 10 Sep 2019 00:56

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