Haptic and Audio Interaction Design [electronic resource] : Second International Workshop, HAID 2007 Seoul, South Korea, November 29-30, 2007 Proceedings / edited by Ian Oakley, Stephen Brewster.

By: Oakley, Ian [editor.]Contributor(s): Brewster, Stephen [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4813Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007Description: XIV, 145 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540767022Subject(s): Computer science | Information storage and retrieval systems | Information systems | Education | Computer Science | User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction | Information Storage and Retrieval | Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet) | Computers and Society | Computers and EducationAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.437 | 4.019 LOC classification: QA76.9.U83QA76.9.H85Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Plenary Talks -- Self-produced Sound: Tightly Binding Haptics and Audio -- Will Haptics Technology Be Used in Mobile Devices?: A Historical Review of Haptics Technology and Its Potential Applications in Multi-modal Interfaces -- Session: Tactile Displays -- Tactile Visualization with Mobile AR on a Handheld Device -- Mobile Multi-actuator Tactile Displays -- Comparison of Force, Tactile and Vibrotactile Feedback for Texture Representation Using a Combined Haptic Feedback Interface -- Session: Communication and Games -- Shake2Talk: Multimodal Messaging for Interpersonal Communication -- Communication-Wear: User Feedback as Part of a Co-Design Process -- Interactive Racing Game with Graphic and Haptic Feedback -- Session: Accessibility and Navigation -- Obstacle Detection and Avoidance System for Visually Impaired People -- Tangible User Interface for the Exploration of Auditory City Maps -- Haptic and Sound Grid for Enhanced Positioning in a 3-D Virtual Environment -- Session: Design -- User-Centered Design Proposals for Prototyping Haptic User Interfaces -- Designing Eyes-Free Interaction -- Beyond Clicks and Beeps: In Pursuit of an Effective Sound Design Methodology.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Overview The 2nd International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design was held in November 2007 in Seoul, Korea and followed a successful ?rst workshop in Glasgow, UK in 2006. The 2007 event was sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Information and Communication, the Korean Institute of Next-Generation Computing, and the Association of Next-Generation Computing Industry. We remain grateful to these institutions and the generous support they extended towards us. The main focus of the HAID workshop series is to draw together researchersaroundthe theme of human – computer interactionusing the mod- ities of sound and touch. It addresses questions such as how to combine sound and touch interaction together most e?ectively. Or, are there situations in which one modality o?ers bene?ts over the other? Are there situations in which sound and touch o?er unique bene?ts, or alternatively, in which they are inapprop- ate?Whichdesignformalismsandframeworkscanspeci?callybene?tresearchers considering multi-modal interfaces? A total of 12 papers were accepted to HAID 2007, each containing novel work on these human-centric topics. Each paper was reviewed by a panel of expertscomposedofleading?guresfrombothindustryandacademia. Weextend our thanks to all our reviewers, without whom the workshop could not take place. Theirdiligente?ortsandconstructivecriticismsenrichedthequalityofthe papersconsiderably. Twoinvited submissionsfromourkeynotespeakersarealso included in the proceedings. We were pleased to receive a full paper from James A. Ballas of the US Naval Research Laboratory and an extended abstract from Dong-SooKwon,whodirectstheHuman–RobotInteractionResearchCentreat the KoreaAdvancedInstitute ofScienceandTechnology. Dr Ballaspresentedan informativediscussionaboutthelinksbetweenthemostintimateofsensorycues: the sounds and feelings produced by our own bodies.
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Plenary Talks -- Self-produced Sound: Tightly Binding Haptics and Audio -- Will Haptics Technology Be Used in Mobile Devices?: A Historical Review of Haptics Technology and Its Potential Applications in Multi-modal Interfaces -- Session: Tactile Displays -- Tactile Visualization with Mobile AR on a Handheld Device -- Mobile Multi-actuator Tactile Displays -- Comparison of Force, Tactile and Vibrotactile Feedback for Texture Representation Using a Combined Haptic Feedback Interface -- Session: Communication and Games -- Shake2Talk: Multimodal Messaging for Interpersonal Communication -- Communication-Wear: User Feedback as Part of a Co-Design Process -- Interactive Racing Game with Graphic and Haptic Feedback -- Session: Accessibility and Navigation -- Obstacle Detection and Avoidance System for Visually Impaired People -- Tangible User Interface for the Exploration of Auditory City Maps -- Haptic and Sound Grid for Enhanced Positioning in a 3-D Virtual Environment -- Session: Design -- User-Centered Design Proposals for Prototyping Haptic User Interfaces -- Designing Eyes-Free Interaction -- Beyond Clicks and Beeps: In Pursuit of an Effective Sound Design Methodology.

Overview The 2nd International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design was held in November 2007 in Seoul, Korea and followed a successful ?rst workshop in Glasgow, UK in 2006. The 2007 event was sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Information and Communication, the Korean Institute of Next-Generation Computing, and the Association of Next-Generation Computing Industry. We remain grateful to these institutions and the generous support they extended towards us. The main focus of the HAID workshop series is to draw together researchersaroundthe theme of human – computer interactionusing the mod- ities of sound and touch. It addresses questions such as how to combine sound and touch interaction together most e?ectively. Or, are there situations in which one modality o?ers bene?ts over the other? Are there situations in which sound and touch o?er unique bene?ts, or alternatively, in which they are inapprop- ate?Whichdesignformalismsandframeworkscanspeci?callybene?tresearchers considering multi-modal interfaces? A total of 12 papers were accepted to HAID 2007, each containing novel work on these human-centric topics. Each paper was reviewed by a panel of expertscomposedofleading?guresfrombothindustryandacademia. Weextend our thanks to all our reviewers, without whom the workshop could not take place. Theirdiligente?ortsandconstructivecriticismsenrichedthequalityofthe papersconsiderably. Twoinvited submissionsfromourkeynotespeakersarealso included in the proceedings. We were pleased to receive a full paper from James A. Ballas of the US Naval Research Laboratory and an extended abstract from Dong-SooKwon,whodirectstheHuman–RobotInteractionResearchCentreat the KoreaAdvancedInstitute ofScienceandTechnology. Dr Ballaspresentedan informativediscussionaboutthelinksbetweenthemostintimateofsensorycues: the sounds and feelings produced by our own bodies.

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