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Title: InerTouchHand System - iTH - Demonstration of a Glove Device with Distributed Inertial Sensors and Vibro-tactile Feedback
Authors: Lobo, J. 
Trindade, P. 
Keywords: Gesture Recognition; Inertial Sensors; HMI; Reconfigurable System; Tactile FeedbacK
Issue Date: 2013
Project: The research leading to these results has been partially supported by the SocialRobot project, which has received funding from the European Community’s FP7 Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) Marie Curie Programme 2011; Grant agreement no.: 285870. 
Serial title, monograph or event: International Journal of Online Engineering
Volume: 9
Issue: S8
Abstract: The InerTouchHand System shows the usage of an instrumented glove-like device for HMI-Human Machine Interaction applications. We explored the use of distributed inertial sensors and vibro-tactile stimulators on the hand. Distributed Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) can be used to infer structure and reconstruct 6D pose of nodes, as well as relative motion. Our system uses MEMS IMUs on each fingertip for providing relative angular pose by using gravity as a vertical reference for acceleration measurements. Although not always fully observable it can be complemented by the IMUs’ gyro rotation and magnetometer measurements. When combined with vibrotactile stimulators a hand worn device or glove can provide spatial aware feedback. At exp.at’13 (2nd Experiment@ International Conference) an interactive demo presented InerTouchHand (iTH), the hand device for gesture recognition and HMI with touch feedback.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10316/109764
ISSN: 2626-8493
DOI: 10.3991/ijoe.v9iS8.3385
Rights: openAccess
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