A more complete listing of publications, including pdf copies, can be found on ResearchGate by searching for D. Pawluk, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Selected Recent publications

Design of a “Cobot Tactile Display” for Accessing Virtual Diagrams by Blind and Visually Impaired Users
Gill, S., Pawluk, D. (2022)

Exploration of Multi-fingered Access to 2D Spatial Information
Parker, D., Pawluk, D. (2019)
ACM Assets 2019, Pittsburgh, PA
Short Paper (PDF)

Segmentation and Simplification of Images for Tactile Diagrams
Ferro, T., Pawluk, D. (2018)
IEEE EMBC 2018, Honolulu, Hawaii
Paper (PDF)

The Development and Assessment of Crayons Producing Textured Lines
Kandalam, S., Ferro, T., Pawluk, D. (2019)
Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness
Paper (PDF)

Effectiveness of Using Local Cues to Indicate Perspective in Tactile Diagrams for People with Visual Impairments
Nguyen, A.M., Ferro, T.J., Pawluk, D.T.V. (2018)
Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, JVIB
Paper (PDF)

Vibration Feedback For Prosthetic Hands
Standard, M. and Pawluk, D.T.V.
(submitted to RESNA’s 2018 Annual Conference)
Paper (PDF)

Design and Testing of an Agonist-Antagonist Switching Position-Impedance Controlled Myoelectric Prosthetic
Aymonin C. and Pawluk, D.
(presented at RESNA’s 2017 Annual Conference)
Paper (PDF)

Providing Dynamic Access to Electronic Tactile Diagrams
Ferro, T., Pawluk, D. (2017)
International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2017
Paper (PDF)

Selected past publications

Intuitive Tactile Zooming for Graphics Accessed by Individuals Who are Blind and Visually Impaired
Rastogi, R. Pawluk, D. (2013)
Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, IEEE Transactions.
Paper (PDF/HTML)

Using multiple contacts with texture-enhanced graphics
Burch, D., Pawluk, D. (2011)
World Haptics Conference (WHC), 2011 IEEE.
Paper (PDF/HTML)

Roughness perception of textures on a haptic matrix display
Headley, P.C., Pawluk, D.T.V. (2011)
World Haptics Conference (WHC), 2011 IEEE.
Paper (PDF/HTML)

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