Buzzing to play: lessons learned from an in the wild study of real-time vibrotactile feedback

@inproceedings{Linden2011BuzzingTP,
  title={Buzzing to play: lessons learned from an in the wild study of real-time vibrotactile feedback},
  author={Janet van der Linden and Rose M. G. Johnson and Jon Bird and Yvonne Rogers and Erwin Schoonderwaldt},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2011}
}
Vibrotactile feedback offers much potential for facilitating and accelerating how people learn sensory-motor skills that typically take hundreds of hours to learn, such as learning to play a musical instrument, skiing or swimming. However, there is little evidence of this benefit materializing outside of research lab settings. We describe the findings of an in-the-wild study that explored how to integrate vibrotactile feedback into a real-world teaching setting. The focus of the study was on… CONTINUE READING

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