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15 September 2004 Tactile displays for enhanced performance and safety
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Platform performance and safety are dependent on operator situational awareness. This is traditionally achieved via visual and audio displays but an intuitive alternative is the tactile display. A familiar tactile display is the vibrating alert function of the mobile telephone but more complex tactile display applications have been demonstrated in a number of scenarios, including fixed and rotary wing aircraft, high-speed boats, diving, and assisting the visually impaired. The major applications include orientation, navigation, and communication. A recent NATO Research & Technology Organisation symposium on spatial disorientation (La Coruna, Spain, 2002) stated that; 'The most important advance of recent years with the potential to combat spatial disorientation has been the use of tactile stimuli to give information on spatial orientation'.
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Heidi Castle and Trevor D. Dobbins "Tactile displays for enhanced performance and safety", Proc. SPIE 5443, Defense, Security, and Cockpit Displays, (15 September 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.578108
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