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Comparison of haptic and non-speech audio feedback

@inproceedings{Goncu2012ComparisonOH,
  title={Comparison of haptic and non-speech audio feedback},
  author={Cagatay Goncu and R. Cox and Kimbal George Marriott and J. S. Diego},
  year={2012}
}
  • Cagatay Goncu, R. Cox, +1 author J. S. Diego
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • We report a usability study which investigated the use of haptic versus non-speech audio interface to identify different geometric shapes. The study used simple graphics containing one to three geometric shapes (line, triangle, rectangle and circle). We presented the graphics to 11 participants in two different modes, audio and haptic, in a counterbalanced design. The participants were asked to identify the number and the types of the shapes. Error rates with audio and haptic feedback were very… CONTINUE READING

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