Gaze gestures and haptic feedback in mobile devices

@inproceedings{Kangas2014GazeGA,
  title={Gaze gestures and haptic feedback in mobile devices},
  author={Jari Kangas and Deepak Akkil and Jussi Rantala and Poika Isokoski and P{\"a}ivi Majaranta and Roope Raisamo},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2014}
}
Anticipating the emergence of gaze tracking capable mobile devices, we are investigating the use of gaze as an input modality in handheld mobile devices. We conducted a study of combining gaze gestures with vibrotactile feedback. Gaze gestures were used as an input method in a mobile device and vibrotactile feedback as a new alternative way to give confirmation of interaction events. Our results show that vibrotactile feedback significantly improved the use of gaze gestures. The tasks were… CONTINUE READING
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