Relavent Publications:

Dostmohamed, H.; Hayward, V. The Effect of using Varying Intermediaries for Haptic Exploration of Convex Stimuli. Manuscript in Progress.

Dostmohamed, H.; Hayward, V.. Investigation of Elementary Haptic Cues Necessary for Tactile Perception of Shape. Poster at the 15th Annual Canadian Conference on Intelligent Systems (IS2005). Quebec City, QC, Canada. June 2005.

Dostmohamed, H.. Haptic Shape From Contact Location Trajectory. Master of Engineering Thesis. Submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies, McGill University, October 2004.

Dostmohamed, H. and Hayward, V. 2005. Trajectory of Contact Region On the Fingerpad Gives the Illusion of Haptic Shape. Experimental Brain Research. Vol. 164, pp. 387-394.

Dostmohamed, H.; Hayward, V. Haptic Display of Shape by Contact Location Trajectory on the Fingerpad. Poster and Technical Demonstration at the 14th Annual Canadian Conference on Intelligent Systems (IS2004). Ottawa, ON, Canada, June 2004.

Dostmohamed, H. and Hayward, V. 2005. Contact Location Trajectory on the Fingertip as a Sufficient Requisite for Illusory Perception of Haptic Shape and Effect of Multiple Contacts. In Multi-point Interaction with Real and Virtual Objects, F. Barbagli, D. Prattichizzo and K. Salisbury (Eds.), Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics. Volume 18, pp. 189-198.