To Buzz or not to Buzz: Improving awareness of posture through vibrotactile feedback

  • Published 2010


The iPostureTM is a commercially available device which claims to improve posture. It is designed to deliver a vibrotactile buzz if the wearer slouches. We present the finding of a preliminary study evaluating the user experience of wearing it. Contrary to company claims, users found that it did not show them how to improve their posture but the buzzing did… (More)


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