Period: Jan. ~ Mar. 2016
Grant: Korean NRF
Partner: University of Sussex (UK)
Various mid-air haptic devices have been developed for future user interface technologies, but their interaction quality (in particular, the haptic feedback) is heavily dependent on the device resolution. In other words, low-resolution provide poor haptic feedback performance. We proposed the ‘multi-sensory integration’ concept to enhance the haptic sensation in the low-resolution mid-air haptic device with auditory stimulus. Results showed that multi-sensory integration is an effective interaction design technique for the low-resolution mid-air haptic device.
- Designed a VR content with a mid-air haptic interface
- Conducted a psychophysical experiment to investigate the effectiveness of using a mid-air haptic feedback
- Tools: Mid-air haptic interface, A/B testing
- Frier, W., Seo, K., & Subramanian, S. (2016). Hilbert curves: a tool for resolution independent haptic texture. In Proceedings of the 29th Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology(pp. 211-212). ACM.