Mobile and wearable embedded devices connect the user with digital information in a continuous and pervasive way. A key benefit is given by the possibility to exploit multi-modal interaction capabilities that can dynamically act on different human senses and the cooperative capabilities of the small and pervasive devices. In this scenario we present HapticLib, a software library for the development and implementation of vibro-tactile feedback on resource-constrained embedded devices. It was designed to offer a high-level programming interface for the rendering of haptic patterns, accurately modeling the nature of vibro-tactile actuators and different touch experiences.

HapticLib: a haptic feedback library for embedded platforms

Milosevic, Bojan;Farella, Elisabetta;
2013

Abstract

Mobile and wearable embedded devices connect the user with digital information in a continuous and pervasive way. A key benefit is given by the possibility to exploit multi-modal interaction capabilities that can dynamically act on different human senses and the cooperative capabilities of the small and pervasive devices. In this scenario we present HapticLib, a software library for the development and implementation of vibro-tactile feedback on resource-constrained embedded devices. It was designed to offer a high-level programming interface for the rendering of haptic patterns, accurately modeling the nature of vibro-tactile actuators and different touch experiences.
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