Prototype Kinesthetic Illusory Device Using Combination of Active and Passive Motion
This study investigated a prototype device for inducing kinesthetic illusion. The device is able to convert a low-level movement, for example grasping, into a high level movement in which each finger is experienced as being separately controlled. The key point of the design was to allow a simple action to be experienced as a complex action. The device provides a simple method for inducing kinesthetic illusion.
KeywordsKinesthetic illusion Sense of agency Rehabilitation Finger
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This work was supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP16H03210.
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