Fabrication of Electrorheological Fluid and its Application in Haptic Feedback
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Haptic feedback is the response of a user interface to touch. The information provided by the system is conveyed to the end user through both vibrotactile and kinesthetic feedback. Though many devices today incorporate vibrotactile feedback, most cannot be considered fully haptic, as they lack kinesthetic feedback. This study addresses this by applying ER fluid's ability to adjust its viscosity to a haptic feedback device.