26 April 2006
14:30 - 16:00
Touch Me: Haptics and Clothes
MultiVis: Improving Access to Visualisations for Visually Impaired People
Illustrates a system to construct and browse mathematical graphs using haptic and auditory feedback. Points to better ways for visually impaired users to create and interact with graph-based data representations.
A Haptic Memory Game using the STReSS2 Tactile Display
Presents a memory card game that uses tactile feedback on the finger tip to distinguish cards. Showcases a new 2D haptic display and three different tactile rendering techniques.
This paper describes conceptual and technical prototypes of reactive body-worn artifacts that display their history of use and communicate physical (or embodied) memory.
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