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Evaluating deformable devices with emergent users

Jennifer Pearson, Simon Robinson, Matt Jones, Céline Coutrix
2017 Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services - MobileHCI '17  
Evaluating deformable devices with emergent users. MobileHCI '17: Figure 1 . A sensel-based slider control, as used in the studies reported here.  ...  In this paper we present an evaluation of a new type of deformable slider with emergent users, designed to investigate whether shape-changing interfaces provide any benefit over touchscreens for this type  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the help of Anirudha Joshi and colleagues (India), Minah Radebe (South Africa), and Cameron Steer (UK) for their assistance in facilitating and running user studies  ... 
doi:10.1145/3098279.3098555 dblp:conf/mhci/0001RJC17 fatcat:7frnbdjqvva2vmgvc3j6i7ej2i

Organic experiences

Jason Alexander, Ryan Brotman, David Holman, Audrey Younkin, Roel Vertegaal, Johan Kildal, Andrés A. Lucero, Anne Roudaut, Sriram Subramanian
2013 CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems on - CHI EA '13  
Display technology developments mean the next generation of visual output devices will extend beyond the rigid, flat surfaces with which we are familiar to those that the user or the machine can deform  ...  It will bring together an interdisciplinary group of academic and industrial researchers to define the current and future challenges of crafting organic user experiences with deformable displays.  ...  experiences with the Kinetic Device [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2468356.2479639 dblp:conf/chi/AlexanderBHYVKLRS13 fatcat:duu7nxxp3jheboxztcrnlzetxq

Haptic interaction in VR-based paracentesis simulation for dexterity enhancement and assessment

C.S. Tzafestas, Y. Koumpouros, K. Birbas
2004 Excerpta Medica: International Congress Series  
The VR-based simulation is being coupled with a haptic feedback device to provide to the user realistic feeling of the interaction forces applied during the simulated paracentesis procedure.  ...  A simplified elasto-static finite element model is used for the physically based simulation of the deformable tissues, particularly skin deflection during needle insertion.  ...  For this reason, the VR-based simulation will be coupled with a haptic device (a Phantom TM desktop force feedback device), in a novel dual hand configuration, to provide to the user realistic feeling  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ics.2004.03.254 fatcat:d6hhdxyqfvg6lpvgsjbntym2gm


Simon Robinson, Céline Coutrix, Jennifer Pearson, Juan Rosso, Matheus Fernandes Torquato, Laurence Nigay, Matt Jones
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '16  
We describe the design and implementation of two prototype emergeables built to demonstrate the concept, and present an in-depth evaluation that compares both with a touchscreen alternative.  ...  In this paper we present the concept of Emergeables -mobile surfaces that can deform or 'morph' to provide fully-actuated, tangible controls.  ...  EXPERIMENT We conducted an experiment in order to evaluate the impact of resolution on performance with continuous, mobile deformable controls.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2858036.2858097 dblp:conf/chi/RobinsonC0RTNJ16 fatcat:upcuuap2zbarbgrvxmaoz7mlfu

Emergence of lateral softness sensations in surface tactile tele-presentation systems with force feedback

Fuminobu KIMURA, Hiroshi KUDO, Akio YAMAMOTO
2014 Journal of Advanced Mechanical Design, Systems, and Manufacturing  
This paper reveals that lateral softness sensations can emerge in surface tactile tele-presentation systems with force feedback, if the systems have improper displacement measurements and/or stiffness  ...  In surface tactile tele-presentation systems, friction force should be reproduced on the master device for high fidelity rendering.  ...  Master device During the operation, the user rests his palm on a palm rest.  ... 
doi:10.1299/jamdsm.2014jamdsm0017 fatcat:ccjzhh7hrncppmoj2oxipggxxu


Deepak Ranjan Sahoo, Kasper Hornbæk, Sriram Subramanian
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '16  
Examples of user deformable devices used as input devices with force feedback are deForm [12] , Trampoline [18, 17] , SinkPad [33] and GelForce [62] .  ...  Broadly, these devices can be thought of as user-deformed or self-actuated devices, and are mainly used as input or output device, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2858036.2858544 dblp:conf/chi/SahooHS16 fatcat:4irvygvndbhx7aeiahvmb6eamm

How users manipulate deformable displays as input devices

Sang-Su Lee, Sohyun Kim, Bipil Jin, Eunji Choi, Boa Kim, Xu Jia, Daeeop Kim, Kun-pyo Lee
2010 Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '10  
This study is aimed at understanding deformation-based user gestures by observing users interacting with artificial deformable displays with various levels of flexibility.  ...  We gained user-defined gestures that would help with the design and implementation of deformation-based interface, without considering current technical limitations.  ...  In addition, significant findings emerged from observation of these user behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753326.1753572 dblp:conf/chi/LeeKJCKJKL10 fatcat:o5kvzhezdje4bhqlqweysrii5q

Navigating in 3D space with a handheld flexible device

Meagan Leflar, Audrey Girouard
2014 Entertainment Computing  
We explore opportunities in the domain of mobile gaming with flexible devices, by focusing on deformable inputs to control navigation in 3D virtual environments.  ...  This results in lower wall collisions and an overall better user experience. We propose design recommendations to create deformable game controls in 3D spaces.  ...  The device was piece of laminated paper with solid edges on each side. Two corner markers tracked the deformations of the device.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2014.07.002 fatcat:iq25rvxmffb5fdcfn4rqnnsz5e

An Ear Canal Deformation Based User Authentication Using Ear Wearable Devices [article]

Zi Wang, Jie Yang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
It utilizes an acoustic sensing approach to capture the ear canal deformation with the built-in microphone and speaker of the in-ear wearable.  ...  In this work, we propose EarDynamic, an ear canal deformation-based user authentication using in-ear wearables.  ...  We sense the ear canal deformation with an acoustic based approach that utilizes the microphone and speaker on the in-ear wearable.  ... 
arXiv:2108.05432v1 fatcat:2ynd642txnfknb52qgdmjzenj4

Shape-changing mobiles

Fabian Hemmert, Susann Hamann, Matthias Löwe, Anne Wohlauf, Gesche Joost
2010 Proceedings of the fourth international conference on Tangible, embedded, and embodied interaction - TEI '10  
The proposed system is evaluated in a user study, which results point to certain advantages, as well as drawbacks, in comparison to other mobile actuation systems.  ...  We present a number of applications for such an actuation system: Interactive Feedback, User Notification, and Ambient Display.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Ina Wechsung and Robert Schleicher for their help with the statistical evaluation of the proposed system, and Josefine Zeipelt for her advice on the text.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1709886.1709936 dblp:conf/tei/HemmertHLWJ10 fatcat:2g3dfbrlffhzfmnjgcpergevei

Feeling it

Johan Kildal, Graham Wilson
2012 Proceedings of the 14th ACM international conference on Multimodal interaction - ICMI '12  
Removing external visual feedback led to less precise user input, but inaccuracy remained low enough to suggest non-visual interaction with deformable devices is feasible.  ...  Given the inherent haptic feedback available from deforming devices (over rigid devices), we also compared performance with, and without, external visual feedback.  ...  Kinetic Deformable Device EVALUATION Lee et al.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2388676.2388766 dblp:conf/icmi/KildalW12 fatcat:f2cs2d636rc6vo3iyo4l3b4geq

Tangible tabletops for emergency response

Andreas Kunz, Asim Evren Yantaç, Ali Alavi, Paweł Woźniak, Jonas Landgren, Zoltán Sárosi, Morten Fjeld
2013 Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimedia, Interaction, Design and Innovation - MIDI '13  
Effective handling of location-based data is important to emergency response management (ERM).  ...  We present CoTracker, a tangible tabletop system with expected potential for ERM teamwork.  ...  [8] presented algorithms and applications where users could move and deform a twodimensional area without manually establishing a freeform deformation domain beforehand.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2500342.2500352 dblp:conf/midi/KunzYAWLSF13 fatcat:gf4mvnkzl5bgpgyc2hljrerzjy

Needles in Our Technology Haystacks

Elazer R. Edelman, Pei-Jiang Wang
2017 Circulation. Cardiovascular Interventions  
Tae-Min began with the premise that the Promus Element Platinum-Chromium stent strut dimensions and configuration placed the device at risk of deformation, and then compared incidence of deformation to  ...  Thus, in evaluating emerging stent technologies we find ourselves then not only looking for a needle but not knowing whether it resides in the coating, dimensions, or drug haystack.  ... 
doi:10.1161/circinterventions.117.006059 pmid:29146674 pmcid:PMC5702936 fatcat:2emplqh4ijek7fgaxfunj2vsry

Computer-aided liver surgery planning: an augmented reality approach

Alexander Bornik, Reinhard Beichel, Bernhard Reitinger, Georg Gotschuli, Erich Sorantin, Franz W. Leberl, Milan Sonka, Robert L. Galloway, Jr.
2003 Medical Imaging 2003: Visualization, Image-Guided Procedures, and Display  
The use of augmented reality contributes to a user-friendly design and simplifies complex interaction with 3D objects.  ...  First practical evaluation steps have shown a good acceptance. Evaluation of the system is ongoing and future feedback from surgeons will be collected and used for design refinements.  ...  Instead of just evaluating the segmentation, interaction with tracked input devices is used to manipulate the surface representation of the segmented objects.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.479743 dblp:conf/miigp/BornikBRGSLS03 fatcat:n7y7dcfiq5h4labzdzl6kyj4ea

A Mechatronic Loading Device to Stimulate Bone Growth via a Human Knee

Sai Prabhala, Stanley Chien, Hiroki Yokota, Sohel Anwar
2016 Sensors  
The proposed device design builds on the knowledge gained in previous animal and mechanical studies.  ...  The device was successfully tested in various experiments for its usability and full functionality.  ...  The device with the mannequin and the user interface are shown in Figure 15 . The final knee-loading device setup for experimental evaluation is shown in Figure 14 .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s16101615 pmid:27690057 pmcid:PMC5087403 fatcat:gn6n4a4buvbn7pqusmfr2zjfru
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