With the development of mobile devices, vibration feedback technology is also developing to help the deaf and the elderly. At present, mobile devices still use motor technology to provide vibration feedback. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to explore the feasibility of tactile feedback technology for the elderly in spatial guidance, and to provide a foundation for the development of mobile device manufacturers, so that the elderly can have good tactile feedback experience and improve the use quality. In this study, the elderly and the young were divided into the experimental group and the control group. The tactile feedback experiment of vibration was conducted in human hands, and the subjects were asked to draw direction graphs for the vibration samples. The results showed that the accuracy of the control group was 22.26% higher than that of the experimental group. The experimental group and the control group were tested by t test, and most of the samples were significant (P < 0.05). There were indeed differences in recognition ability among people of different age groups. The tactile feedback technique is feasible in space guidance.