HapTouch and the 2+1 state model: potentials of haptic feedback on touch based in-vehicle information systems

@inproceedings{Richter2010HapTouchAT,
  title={HapTouch and the 2+1 state model: potentials of haptic feedback on touch based in-vehicle information systems},
  author={Hendrik Richter and Ronald Ecker and Christopher Deisler and Andreas Butz},
  booktitle={AutomotiveUI},
  year={2010}
}
Haptic feedback on touch-sensitive displays provides significant benefits in terms of reducing error rates, increasing interaction speed and minimizing visual distraction. This particularly holds true for multitasking situations such as the interaction with mobile devices or touch-based in-vehicle systems. In this paper, we explore how the interaction with tactile touchscreens can be modeled and enriched using a 2+1 state transition model. The model expands an approach presented by Buxton. We… CONTINUE READING
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