Cara M. Nunez
Cara M. Nunez
PhD Candidate, Stanford University
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A social haptic device to create continuous lateral motion using sequential normal indentation
H Culbertson, CM Nunez, A Israr, F Lau, F Abnousi, AM Okamura
2018 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS), 32-39, 2018
Design and Analysis of Pneumatic 2-DoF Soft Haptic Devices for Shear Display
S Kanjanapas, CM Nunez, SR Williams, AM Okamura, M Luo
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4 (2), 1365-1371, 2019
Evolution and analysis of hapkit: An open-source haptic device for educational applications
MO Martinez, CM Nunez, T Liao, TK Morimoto, AM Okamura
IEEE transactions on haptics 13 (2), 354-367, 2019
Investigating Social Haptic Illusions for Tactile Stroking (SHIFTS)
CM Nunez, BN Huerta, AM Okamura, H Culbertson
2020 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS), 629-636, 2020
Understanding Continuous and Pleasant Linear Sensations on the Forearm from a Sequential Discrete Lateral Skin-Slip Haptic Device
CM Nunez, SR Williams, AM Okamura, H Culbertson
IEEE transactions on haptics 12 (4), 414-427, 2019
3-DoF Wearable, Pneumatic Haptic Device to Deliver Normal, Shear, Vibration, and Torsion Feedback
KT Yoshida, CM Nunez, SR Williams, AM Okamura, M Luo
2019 IEEE World Haptics Conference (WHC), 97-102, 2019
Human motion identification using functional near-infrared spectroscopy and smartwatch
AM Amiri, M Abtahi, C Nunez, K Mankodiya
2016 10th International Symposium on Medical Information and Communication …, 2016
Data-driven sparse skin stimulation can convey social touch information to humans
M Salvato, SR Williams, CM Nunez, X Zhu, A Israr, F Lau, K Klumb, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.14400, 2021
Improved Haptic Devices to Create the Sensation of Continuous Lateral Motion
H Culbertson, AM Okamura, CM Nunez, SR Williams
US Patent App. 16/979,345, 2021
Meet the New Student Activities Committee Executive Team [Student's Corner]
CM Nunez
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 27 (3), 20-21, 2020
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