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Title: EXPRESSIVE TACTILE INTERACTION DESIGN FOR GRAPHICAL AUGMENTATION
Authors: MARYAM AZH
Keywords: interaction design, human computer interaction, user interfaces, tactile interaction, mediated touch
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2016
Citation: MARYAM AZH (2016-09-30). EXPRESSIVE TACTILE INTERACTION DESIGN FOR GRAPHICAL AUGMENTATION. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Tactile interaction has recently emerged as a key area in human-computer interaction (HCI), where deep understanding of the communicative capabilities of tactile modality in multisensory scenarios is an ongoing research challenge. This thesis first identifies physical and cognitive aspects of expressive tactile interfaces by studying conceptual tactile designs in a visual context, where the tactile interface augments works of visual art. The design implications from the study including a design space and system architecture, as well as a set of expressive affordances lead to implementation and evaluation of two systems developed for creating and interacting with visuotactile representations. Findings from the user studies with the two systems provide implications for the expressive affordances embedded on a wearable tactile device, as well as designing tools that support direct input for expressive tactile interface design. Finally, a future of human-computer interaction is envisioned, which highly values novel and engaging multisensory user experiences for enriched or alternative forms of interactions.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/136941
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