Thermal Feedback Identification in a Mobile Environment

@inproceedings{Wilson2013ThermalFI,
  title={Thermal Feedback Identification in a Mobile Environment},
  author={Graham A. Wilson and Stephen A. Brewster and Martin Halvey and Stephen A. Hughes},
  booktitle={HAID},
  year={2013}
}
Audio and vibrotactile feedback are not always suitable or desirable, as noise and/or movement may mask them, and so thermal feedback may provide a salient alternative. In this paper, the identification of ‘thermal icons’ (structured thermal feedback) was tested as a means of conveying information when users were sitting and walking in an outdoor location. Overall identification rate for thermal icons was 64.6%, but identification of individual parameters was promising, at 94% accuracy for… CONTINUE READING
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