Exploring the Potential of Realtime Haptic Feedback during Social Interactions

Ionut Damian, Elisabeth André

We explore the use of haptic feedback to deliver supportive information during social interactions in realtime. In an exploratory user study, we investigated perceptual limitations of vibration patterns during a conversation between peers. The results from this study have then been used to develop a system for providing users with realtime information regarding the quality of their nonverbal behaviour while engaged in a public speech.
erschienen 14.02.2016 in: Eindhoven, Netherlands Proceedings of 10th ACM International conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI)

Verlag: ACM