Exploring Haptic Feedback in Exergames

@inproceedings{Stach2011ExploringHF,
  title={Exploring Haptic Feedback in Exergames},
  author={Tadeusz Stach and T. C. Nicholas Graham},
  booktitle={INTERACT},
  year={2011}
}
Exergames combine entertainment and exercise in an effort to encourage people to be more physically active. Although exergames require active input, interactions are less physical than those experienced in real-world exercise. Interactions can feel artificial, limiting the captivating experience exergames aim to provide. To address this problem, haptics have been proposed as a means of providing additional feedback to players through the sense of touch. However, there is very little empirical… CONTINUE READING
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