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James F Kramer: Force feedback and textures simulating interface device. February 2, 1993: US05184319 (331 worldwide citation)

A man-machine interface is disclosed which provides force and texture information to sensing body parts. The interface is comprised of a force actuating device that produces a force which is transmitted to a force applying device. The force applying device applies the generated force to a pressure s ...


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Robert A Connor: Motion recognition clothing [TM] with flexible electromagnetic, light, or sonic energy pathways. Medibotics, February 28, 2017: US09582072

This invention is an article of clothing or clothing accessory for measuring body motion, posture, and/or configuration comprising sets of multiple flexible electromagnetic, light, and/or sound energy pathways, wherein each set longitudinally spans the same body joint in a selected configuration to ...


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Smart Clothing with Converging/Diverging Bend or Stretch Sensors for Measuring Body Motion or Configuration. Medibotics, January 11, 2018: US20180008196-A1

This invention is smart clothing with stretch and/or bend sensors for measuring changes in a person's body configuration. This smart clothing has an elastic nonconductive layer onto which helical converging/diverging conductive pathways are printed using ink which is a mixture of elastic nonconducti ...


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Wearable Deformable Conductive Sensors for Human Motion Capture Including Trans-Joint Pitch, Yaw, and Roll. Medibotics, October 25, 2018: US20180303383-A1

This invention comprises wearable deformable electromagnetic energy pathways which enable ambulatory (camera-free) three-dimensional human body motion capture including trans joint pitch, yaw, and roll. It can be embodied in a plurality of elongate electrically-conductive strips which diverge as the ...