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Guest Editors' Introduction: Haptic User Interfaces for Multimedia Systems

S. Panchanathan, K. Kahol
2006 IEEE Multimedia  
Acknowledgments We would like to thank the authors for their contributions and the reviewers for their valuable feedback.  ...  We also thank the editorial staff at IEEE MultiMedia for their support and efficient interactions with the authors.  ...  spoke to me about a possible special issue on touch-based interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmul.2006.53 fatcat:fwxmacc5xzgqjobyu2qlmd37ra

Recent Advances and Opportunities of Active Materials for Haptic Technologies in Virtual and Augmented Reality

Tae‐Heon Yang, Jin Ryong Kim, Hanbit Jin, Hyunjae Gil, Jeong‐Hoi Koo, Hye Jin Kim
2021 Advanced Functional Materials  
The core technologies for tele-haptics include multimodal tactile sensing and feedback based on highly advanced sensors and actuators.  ...  It then highlights the state-of-the-art haptic interfaces that are relevant to the materials with an aim to provide perspectives on the role of active materials and their potential integration in haptic  ...  Currently, mid-air haptic interfaces show poor performance (low special resolution and output intensity) along with synchronization issues between hand gestures and the feedback focal points.  ... 
doi:10.1002/adfm.202008831 fatcat:4iapieex6nfphh67jwevoijaqa

New directions in touch

Susan J. Lederman, Roberta L. Klatzky
2007 Canadian journal of experimental psychology  
Many of these issues focus on display technologies, control and rendering algorithms, as well as on perception, multimodal interaction, neuroscience and medical applications.  ...  and how basic research on touch has been applied to the design of haptic interfaces for teleoperation and virtual environments.  ... 
doi:10.1037/cjep2007017 fatcat:u7sed3t4rffxheyxszupuggyey

Guest Editorial: Haptic assistive technology for individuals who are visually impaired

Dianne Pawluk, Nikolaos Bourbakis, Nicholas Giudice, Vincent Hayward, Morton Heller
2015 IEEE Transactions on Haptics  
The main focus of this special issue is the use of the tactile/haptic channel in assistive technologies for the blind and visually impaired.  ...  for tactile graphics, orientation, and mobility, haptic perceptual organization, and the effective use of multimodal presentations in education.  ... 
doi:10.1109/toh.2015.2476735 fatcat:2sfyedo4k5fnjiw6tnycygqrsy

Haptic and audio interaction design

Thomas Pietrzak, Marcelo M. Wanderley
2020 Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces  
Haptics, audio and human-computer interaction are three scientific disciplines that share interests, issues and methodologies.  ...  These papers focus on several directions of research on haptics, audio and HCI, including perceptual studies and the design, evaluation and use of vibrotactile and force-feedback devices in audio, musical  ...  We warmly thank Plaine Images (https://www.plaine-images.fr/) for hosting and advertising the event.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12193-020-00344-w fatcat:3qz2vwlry5g3lkgflfqw4uyrpe

Multimodal virtual reality versus printed medium in visualization for blind people

Wai Yu, Stephen Brewster
2002 Proceedings of the fifth international ACM conference on Assistive technologies - Assets '02  
In this paper, we describe a study comparing the strengths of a multimodal Virtual Reality (VR) interface against traditional tactile diagrams in conveying information to visually impaired and blind people  ...  The multimodal VR interface consists of a force feedback device (SensAble PHANToM), synthesized speech and non-speech audio.  ...  This research work is funded by EPSRC Grant GR/M44866, ONCE (Spain) and Virtual Presence Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.1145/638257.638261 fatcat:frkhfb75wnc3pcj4muvv3eqc7a

The effective combination of haptic and auditory textural information [chapter]

Marilyn Rose Mc Gee, Phil Gray, Stephen Brewster
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work introduces 'Integration of Information´ as one important dimension of haptic-audio interaction and explores its effects in the context of multimodal texture perception.  ...  With the increasing availability and quality of auditory and haptic means of interaction, it is not unusual to incorporate many modalities in interfaces rather than the purely visual.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research is supported under EPSRC project GR/L79212 and EPSRC studentship 98700418. Thanks also go to the SHEFC REVELATION Project, SensAble Technologies and Virtual Presence Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44589-7_13 fatcat:5hjfn4z6t5b53i5oj4trejyfru

Multimodal virtual reality versus printed medium in visualization for blind people

Wai Yu, Stephen Brewster
2002 Proceedings of the fifth international ACM conference on Assistive technologies - Assets '02  
In this paper, we describe a study comparing the strengths of a multimodal Virtual Reality (VR) interface against traditional tactile diagrams in conveying information to visually impaired and blind people  ...  The multimodal VR interface consists of a force feedback device (SensAble PHANToM), synthesized speech and non-speech audio.  ...  This research work is funded by EPSRC Grant GR/M44866, ONCE (Spain) and Virtual Presence Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.1145/638249.638261 dblp:conf/assets/YuB02 fatcat:itwu7kwgtfempe47q3ihtc4gxu

Making Visual Maps Accessible to the Blind [chapter]

Maria Claudia Buzzi, Marina Buzzi, Barbara Leporini, Loredana Martusciello
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In order to better explain the issues and needs of blind users accessing visual maps, an example of an interaction is presented.  ...  In this paper, starting from accessibility issues of map-based applications, we discuss possible interaction modalities and devices to use for truly achieving usage perspectives desired by blind people  ...  A recent approach by Miao et al. uses tactile paper prototyping to bridge the visual and haptic modality while ensuring multimodality when a screen reader user accesses graphical user interfaces [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21663-3_29 fatcat:r7efjct37bcntjkmxuukhqy2te

Wearable and Hand-Held Haptics

Domenico Prattichizzo, Miguel Otaduy, Hiroyuki Kajimoto, Claudio Pacchierotti
2019 IEEE Transactions on Haptics  
CONTENTS OF THE SPECIAL ISSUE This special issue presents the most recent research on wearable and hand-held haptics in three main areas, namely, technology and design, perceptual illusions, and human-robot  ...  The last paper of the special issue is a study on "Can Wearable Haptic Devices Foster the Embodiment of Virtual Limbs?"  ... 
doi:10.1109/toh.2019.2936736 fatcat:6e6xmjwgjjea5oh2de4vyuob6a

Special issue: Multisensory human–computer interaction

Marianna Obrist, Nimesha Ranasinghe, Charles Spence
2017 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
For example, even a simple experience such as having a coffee with a friend involve multiple sensory information and input/output (I/O) channels such as smell, taste, vision, haptics, and sound.  ...  Every day, in their real-world interactions, people utilize their senses (all of them) and various facial and bodily expressions.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Prof Enrico Motta, Editor-in-Chief of IJHCS, for his invaluable assistance and continuous support throughout the preparation of this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2017.06.002 fatcat:ddpyp67dabafbcqzor7orhbapa

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Haptics in Rehabilitation and Neural Engineering

Antonio Frisoli, Marcia OrMalley, Domenico Campolo, Kathleen Sienko
2014 IEEE Transactions on Haptics  
T HIS special issue on Haptics in Rehabilitation and Neural Engineering is focused on broadening our understanding of the role of touch in sensorimotor coordination, including rehabilitation of motor deficits  ...  Three articles in this special issue address the application of haptics in orthotics and prosthetics applications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/toh.2014.2313760 fatcat:j5elk2v6fjhmxi7wawznizalw4

Technologies for Multimodal Interaction in Extended Reality—A Scoping Review

Ismo Rakkolainen, Ahmed Farooq, Jari Kangas, Jaakko Hakulinen, Jussi Rantala, Markku Turunen, Roope Raisamo
2021 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
The review aimed to help XR practitioners to apply multimodal interaction techniques and interaction researchers to direct future efforts towards relevant issues on multimodal XR.  ...  Multimodal interaction can transform how people communicate remotely, practice for tasks, entertain themselves, process information visualizations, and make decisions based on the provided information.  ...  Exhalation Interfaces An exhalation interface is a specialized method of gestural interaction, albeit rarely used.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti5120081 fatcat:3oea4tqlwfcojfvnohv72id7i4

Getting the Picture

J.A. Paradiso
1998 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
Exploring interface technologies The five articles in this special issue explore several interface technologies that spotlight a few keystones along these paths.  ...  Distributed multimodal interfaces Common input devices and interfaces, however, have stayed relatively static.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.1998.674968 fatcat:6fedg3opcfh4hdtnuduewuntqq

HapticArmrest: Remote Tactile Feedback on Touch Surfaces Using Combined Actuators [chapter]

Hendrik Richter, Sebastian Löhmann, Alexander Wiethoff
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the paper, we describe HapticArmrest, a simple tactile interface that communicates tactual surface characteristic and form of interactive elements on direct touch surfaces.  ...  Spatially separating manual touch input and active tactile output allows for the combination of various types of tactile actuators for versatile haptic feedback.  ...  By doing so, we may be able to combine cheap and simple haptic actuators for nonetheless meaningful and rich tactile feedback on touch interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-25167-2_1 fatcat:563ior3v3vd7xpe3ewvzndtxta
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