vibrotactile

vibrotactile

(vī″brō-tăk′tĭl) [″ + ″]
Pertaining to the sense of touch that perceives vibrations.
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Testing the effects of gentle vibrotactile stimulation on symptom relief in fibromyalgia.
"Our research results showed that dogs responded to these vibrotactile cues as well or even better than vocal commands," said Prof.
Once the learning period is over, whenever the application detects a potential nightmare it intervenes by vibrating (also called vibrotactile feedback).
At the point the onset of a nightmare is detected, the device intervenes using vibrotactile feedback to arouse the sleeper out of sleep without waking them, enabling the patient to get better and more restful sleep.
2012), included tests of visual acuity, visual contrast sensitivity, handgrip strength, vibrotactile threshold, standing steadiness, and single leg stance.
A novel wearable vibrotactile system is proposed to enhance the performance of teleoperation robot systems.
The individual wore a vibrotactile microphone that adhered to the skin above the sternal notch.
Effects of vibrotactile stimulation on the control of muscle tone and movement facilitation in children with cerebral injury.
Effects of long-term balance training with vibrotactile sensory augmentation among community-dwelling healthy older adults: A randomized preliminary study.
More advanced tools for patients with decreased vestibular function, such as the use of a vibrotactile neurofeedback balance belt, have been designed to provide tactile cues when the patient deviates from an upright posture [11, 12].
The effect of vibrotactile and auditory stimuli on perception of comfort, heart rate, and peripheral finger temperature.