Emulating human attention-getting practices with wearable haptics

@article{Baumann2010EmulatingHA,
  title={Emulating human attention-getting practices with wearable haptics},
  author={Matthew A. Baumann and Karon E. MacLean and Thomas W. Hazelton and Ashley McKay},
  journal={2010 IEEE Haptics Symposium},
  year={2010},
  pages={149-156}
}
Our computers often need to get our attention, but have inadequate means of modulating the intrusiveness with which they do so. Humans commonly use social touch to gain one another's attention. In this paper, we describe an early exploration of how an expressive, wearable or holdable haptic display could emulate human social practices with the goal of evoking comparable responses from users. It spans three iterations of rapid prototyping and user evaluation, beginning with broad-ranging… CONTINUE READING

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