Devices & Interaction

Thursday, 25 July
3:30 - 5:30 pm
Room 217BCD

Session Chair: Chuck Hansen, University of Utah

3D Haptic Shape Perception Using a 2D Device
To investigate whether a 2D force-feedback device can produce 3D shape perception, experiments were conducted to obtain 3D perceptual thresholds using 2D and 3D devices.

Huirong Han
Ochanomizu University

Juli Yamashita
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

Issei Fujishiro
Ochanomizu University

The Nail-Mounted Tactile Display for the Behavior Modeling
A new type of tactile display for augmented reality: a nail-chip. It allows users to feel various textures as they trace their fingers along smooth objects.

Hideyuki Ando
Japan Science and Technology Corporation

Takeshi Miki
Masahiko Inami
Taro Maeda
University of Tokyo

Drawing With Feeling: Designing Tactile Display for Pen

An interface that enhances a pen with tactile display to allow artists and designers to "feel" drawings.

Techniques for Interactive Audience Participation
A new set of techniques that enable members of an audience to participate, either cooperatively or competitively, in shared entertainment experiences.

Dan Maynes-Aminzade
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Laboratory

Randy Pausch
Carnegie Mellon University

Steven M. Seitz
University of Washington

Summaries of SIGGRAPH 2002 Sketches & Applications are available in the SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications

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