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HapticWave: Presenting the Multiple Voices, Artefacts and Materials of a Design Research Project

@inproceedings{Parkinson2015HapticWavePT,
  title={HapticWave: Presenting the Multiple Voices, Artefacts and Materials of a Design Research Project},
  author={Adam Parkinson and David Cameron and Atau Tanaka},
  year={2015}
}
The HapticWave is a haptic audio waveform display device that has been developed in collaboration with a group of audio engineers and producers with visual impairments for use in real world recording studio environments. This was not a project led by a designer or driven by a design brief: rather, the genesis of the HapticWave emerged from exchange and interaction between actors who brought to the table different practices, experiences, expertise and needs. By presenting the voices involved in… 
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