Haptic and Audio Interaction Design: 5th International Workshop, HAID 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 16-17, 2010, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design, HAID 2010 held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in September 2010. The 21 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on multimodal integration, tactile and sonic explorations, walking and navigation interfaces, prototype design and evaluation, and gestures and emotions.

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Multimodal Integration

Cross-Modality Matching of Loudness and Perceived Intensity of Whole-Body Vibrations Sebastian Merchel M. Ercan Altinsoy 1

Leaping across Modalities: Speed Regulation Messages in Audio and Tactile Domains Kai Tuuri Tuomas Eerola Antti Pirhonen 10

The Effect of Spatial Disparity on the Integration of Auditory and Tactile Information M. Ercan Altinsoy 20

Parametric Study of Virtual Curvature Recognition: Discrimination Thresholds for Haptic and Visual Sensory Information W. Jong Yoon Joel C. Perry Blake Hannaford 26

Cross-Modal Frequency Matching: Sound and Whole-Body Vibration M. Ercan Altinsoy Sebastian Merchel 37

Tactile and Sonic Explorations

Audioworld: A Spatial Audio Tool for Acoustic and Cognitive Learning André Melzer Martin Christof Kindsmüller Michael Herczeg 46

Exploring Interactive Systems Using Peripheral Sounds Saskia Bakker Elise van den Hoven Berry Eggen 55

Basic Exploration of Narration and Performativity for Sounding Interactive Commodities Stefano Delle Monache Daniel Hug Cumhur Erkut 65

Tactile Web Browsing for Blind Users Ravi Kuber Wai Yu M. Sile O'Modhrain 75

Reducing Reversal Errors in Localizing the Source of Sound in Virtual Environment without Head Tracking Vladimir Ortega-González Samir Garbaya Frédéric Merienne 85

Walking and Navigation Interfaces

Conflicting Audio-haptic Feedback in Physically Based Simulation of Walking Sounds Luca Turchet Stefania Serafin Smilen Dimitrov Rolf Nordahl 97

The Influence of Angle Size in Navigation Applications Using Pointing Gestures Charlotte Magnusson Kirsten Rassmus-Gröhn Delphine Szymczak 107

Audio-tactile Display of Ground Properties Using Interactive Shoes Stefano Papetti Federico Fontana Marco Civolani Amir Berrezag Vincent Hayward 117

Efficient Acquisition of Force Data in Interactive Shoe Designs Marco Civolani Federico Fontana Stefano Papetti 129

A Comparison of Two Wearable Tactile Interfaces with a Complementary Display in Two Orientations Mayuree Srikulwong Eamonn O'Neill 139

Prototype Design and Evaluation

Virtual Sequencing with a Tactile Feedback Device Victor Zappi Marco Gaudina Andrea Brogni Darwin Caldwell 149

The LapSlapper - Feel the Beat Mads Stenhoj Andresen Morten Bach Kristian Ross Kristensen 160

Product Design Review Application Based on a Vision-Sound-Haptic Interface Francesco Ferrise Monica Bordegoni Joseba Lizaranzu 169

The Phantom versus the Falcon: Force Feedback Magnitude Effects on User's Performance during Target Acquisition Lode Vanacken Joan De Boeck Karin Coninx 179

Gestures and Emotions

Building a Framework for Communication of Emotional State through Interaction with Haptic Devices Eric W. Cooper Victor V. Kryssanov Hitoshi Ogawa 189

A Trajectory-Based Approach for Device Independent Gesture Recognition in Multimodal User Interfaces Mathias Wilhelm Dirk Roscher Marco Blumendorf Sahin Albayrak 197

Author Index 207

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