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The Use of Tactile Cues to Modify the Perception of Self-Motion
ARMY AEROMEDICAL RESEARCH LAB FORT RUCKER AL
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An immersive technology being developed by the Army to provide enhanced situation awareness for military personnel involves the use of tactile stimulators arranged in a matrix pattern surrounding the torso. When activated sequentially the tactile display can be swept over the torso to provide a sense of motion. This tactile stimulus can alter the perceived experience of self-motion produced by large field-of-view displays. The tactile display can also alter the reflex responses to visual stimuli.
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