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Haptic Interaction Design for Everyday Interfaces

Karon E. MacLean
2008 Reviews of Human Factors and Ergonomics  
When these are shown to be effective, there still remains the practical obstacle of making haptic feedback necessary for an interaction before everyone has access to it.  ...  There are two primary directions that affective haptic design can take us: a focus on what feels good in touched interfaces, e.g. either active or passive manual controls, or towards computer-mediated  ... 
doi:10.1518/155723408x342826 fatcat:nu4di4z26nbkzikj6j6qcozdjm

Haptic phonemes

Mario Enriquez, Karon MacLean, Christian Chita
2006 Proceedings of the 8th international conference on Multimodal interfaces - ICMI '06  
These haptic phonemes can be combined serially or in parallel to form haptic words, or haptic icons, which can hold more elaborate meanings for their users.  ...  A haptic phoneme represents the smallest unit of a constructed haptic signal to which a meaning can be assigned.  ...  Introduction Sensory overload is a common problem with contemporary user interfaces, particularly for those that connect users to computation embedded in portable devices and non-desktop environments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1180995.1181053 dblp:conf/icmi/EnriquezMC06 fatcat:gjk4ovnd35cw7lqofqfpyk47a4

Comparing Map Learning between Touchscreen-Based Visual and Haptic Displays: A Behavioral Evaluation with Blind and Sighted Users

Hari Prasath Palani, Paul D. S. Fink, Nicholas A. Giudice
2021 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
The practical implications of these results include empirical evidence supporting a growing interest in the efficacy of multisensory interfaces as a primary interaction style for people both with and without  ...  Using previously established haptic design guidelines for generic rendering of graphical content on touchscreen interfaces, the current study evaluates the learning and mental representation of digital  ...  Since then, many incarnations of accessible digital maps have been developed, most involving some form of multisensory user interface (for review, see [47, 48] ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti6010001 fatcat:aqhq7iz3wjaolk5xp4bwlj35ly

Audio makes a difference in haptic collaborative virtual environments

Jonas Moll, Yingying Huang, Eva-Lotta Sallnäs
2010 Interacting with computers  
In this paper a study is presented which aimed at exploring the effects of audio feedback in a haptic and visual interface supporting collaboration among sighted and people who cannot see.  ...  Results showed that sound cues together with haptic feedback made a difference in the interaction between the collaborators regarding their shared understanding of the workspace and the work process.  ...  Designers are beginning to realize that haptic displays can help blind individuals to overcome the challenges experienced when accessing and exploring the web (Kuber et al., 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.intcom.2010.06.001 fatcat:up6ry36g6neslhoawuu6vztpe4

Head-Tracking Haptic Computer Interface for the Blind [chapter]

Simon Meers, Koren War
2010 Advances in Haptics  
., 2001) for haptic perception of threedimensional models or simple two-dimensional images.  ...  Conclusion This work presents a novel haptic head-pose tracking computer interface that enables the two-dimensional screen interface to be perceived and accessed without any use of the eyes.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8704 fatcat:m6glcvysnverpmoxt5joeffpbm

Simulation of Ancient TechnologyWorks Using Haptic Interaction and Gesture Recognition [article]

G. Nikolakis, D. Tzovaras, S. Malassiotis, M. G. Strintzis
2004 VAST: International Symposium on Virtual Reality  
In order to achieve these objectives haptic interaction mechanisms and a gesture recognition system were implemented in a virtual environment platform.  ...  The objective of the proposed application is the development of a new interactive application for the simulation of Ancient Greek Technology works, with the use of advanced virtual reality and computer  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Greek Secretariat for Research and Technology funded Project APEIRO.  ... 
doi:10.2312/vast/vast04/261-270 fatcat:tyl2nrzmobelhi3esjdgw7i66i

Haptic Gaze-Tracking Based Perception of Graphical User Interfaces

Simon Meers, Koren Ward
2007 Information Visualisation  
This paper presents a novel human-computer interface that enables the computer display to be perceived without any use of the eyes.  ...  This form of blind screen perception can then be used to locate screen objects and controls and manipulate them with the mouse or via gaze control.  ...  However, these systems do not provide the user with any two-dimensional perception of the screen content which can result in too little graphical information being presented to the user for effective GUI  ... 
doi:10.1109/iv.2007.59 dblp:conf/iv/MeersW07 fatcat:opfwpkjf6rgptk5yoec7gwz2ey

Sound Descriptions of Haptic Experiences of Art Work by Deafblind Cochlear Implant Users

Riitta Lahtinen, Camilla Groth, Russ Palmer
2018 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
Multimodal Technologies and Interact. 2018, 2, 24 2 of 15 the world adjacent to his body by the use of his body" [17] (p. 97).  ...  Their haptic exploration, through movements and orientation towards objects give blind persons direct, independent experience.  ...  One of the authors is also the informant for this research. However, this person was not involved in analysing the data for the research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti2020024 fatcat:glknchhrdjhrnpcod57wk3mcgm

Haptic Interfaces for Individuals with Visual Impairments

Benjamin Vercellone, John Shelestak, Yaser Dhaher, Robert Clements
2018 G|A|M|E The Italian Journal of Game Studies  
Here we present the rationale and benefits for using this type of multimodal interaction for individuals with visual impairments as well as the current state of the art in haptic interfaces for gaming,  ...  and integration of the novel modes of computer interaction and provide new ways for individuals (with visual impairments) to experience digital content.  ...  Evaluation of touch screen vibration accessibility for blind users. In Proceedings of the 15th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility , p. 48.  ... 
doaj:cc3d34cf8c0540a78a8c27ec681fc134 fatcat:zushnpfcnffrvajqvouygaeu2a

Eyes-Off Your Fingers: Gradual Surface Haptic Feedback Improves Eyes-Free Touchscreen Interaction

Corentin Bernard, Jocelyn Monnoyer, Sølvi Ystad, Michael Wiertlewski
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
This study shows that surface haptics can provide intuitive and precise tuning possibilities for tangible interfaces on touchscreens.  ...  CCS CONCEPTS • Human-centered computingHaptic devices; Touch screens; Auditory feedback; • Hardware → Tactile and hand-based interfaces.  ...  The authors thank Sebastien Denjean, Nicolas Huloux and Laurence Willemet for their thoughtful comments on the experiment and on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3501872 fatcat:fkt4ir23a5gkzohmpfcu4gp7za

Methods for Evaluating and Comparing the Use of Haptic Feedback in Human-Robot Interaction with Ground-Based Mobile Robots

Daniel Joseph Brooks, Katherine M. Tsui, Michael Lunderville, Holly Yanco
2015 Journal of Human-Robot Interaction  
However, the design of effective haptic feedback behaviors for controlling ground-based mobile robots is not yet well understood from a human-robot interaction perspective.  ...  Past research of haptic feedback behaviors for mobile robots has sometimes made use of control paradigms that do not appropriately map to teleoperation or supervision tasks.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to extend thanks to Eric McCann for his help with the software, Munjal Desai for experimental design, and Jordan Allspaw and Mikhail Medvedev for their help in running  ... 
doi:10.5898/jhri.4.1.brooks fatcat:wjqfgt7aizbwzcab4aqgjw7pu4

Multimodal Interfaces: an Introduction to ENACTIVE systems [article]

Massimo Bergamasco
2005 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
Enactive Interfaces are related to a fundamental "interaction" concept which is not exploited by most of the existing human-computer interface technologies.  ...  On the other hand, enactive knowledge is a form of knowledge based on the active use of the hand for apprehension tasks.  ...  The activities of this project have been carried on with the £nancial assistance of the EU which co-funded the project GRAB: "Computer Graphics access for blind people through a Haptic virtual environment  ... 
doi:10.2312/egt.20051058 fatcat:6vxsvq3ysvhcnepbrjfjbvdhae

Auditory feedback in haptic collaborative interfaces

Ying Ying Huang, Jonas Moll, Eva-Lotta Sallnäs, Yngve Sundblad
2012 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
The aim of the experimental study presented here, was to investigate if adding audio cues in a haptic and visual interface makes collaboration between a sighted and a blindfolded person more efficient.  ...  The combined effect of haptic and auditory feedback in shared interfaces, on the cooperation between visually impaired and sighted persons is under-investigated.  ...  Many thanks go to Professor Gunnar Jansson for his warmth in discussions and suggestions and to the participants in the experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2011.11.006 fatcat:vutmtkp65vbltbgy3erfhsjtli

A Spherical Actuator-Based Hand-held Haptic Device for Touch Screen Interaction

Dapeng Chen, Aiguo Song, Xuhui Hu, Liyue Fu, Qiangqiang Ouyang
2019 IEEE Access  
This paper presents a spherical actuator-based hand-held device that provides lateral force feedback for user interaction with the touch screen.  ...  INDEX TERMS Hand-held haptic device, spherical actuator, magnetorheological elastomer, touch screen interaction, friction display, lateral force feedback.  ...  At the same time, the spherical actuator has an infinite motion space in a two-dimensional plane and provides local force feedback for multi-point interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2894501 fatcat:q23bv7k5yjhyxf4st6mzsennpy

A novel multimodal interface for improving visually impaired people's web accessibility

Wai Yu, Ravi Kuber, Emma Murphy, Philip Strain, Graham McAllister
2005 Virtual Reality  
Interacting with the multimodal interface offers a novel experience to target users, especially to those with total blindness.  ...  The haptic features are presented via a low-cost force feedback mouse allowing blind people to interact with the Web, in a similar fashion to their sighted counterparts.  ...  The haptic modality has been exploited in order to improve access to interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10055-005-0009-z fatcat:vdjkprqvyjbqzmigdhqbtd5ifu
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