Developing tactile feedback for wearable presentation: observations from using a participatory approach
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Citation of Original PublicationWolf, Flynn; Kuber, Ravi; Developing tactile feedback for wearable presentation: observations from using a participatory approach; MobileHCI '14: Proceedings of the 16th international conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices & services, September 2014, Pages 543–548; https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/2628363.2634230
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In this paper, we describe a participatory-based approach to developing tactile feedback for a head-mounted device. Three focus groups iteratively designed and evaluated tactile interaction concepts for user-generated use-case scenarios. Results showed productive design insights from the groups regarding approaches to tactile coding schemes addressing the scenario conditions, as well as method-innovations to participatory design techniques for interaction development in unfamiliar sensory modalities such as touch. The study has culminated in the development of a library of tactile icons relating to spatial concepts, which will be tested as part of future work.