Touch TV : Adding Feeling to Broadcast Media

  title={Touch TV : Adding Feeling to Broadcast Media},
  author={Sile O’Modhrain and Ian Oakley},
In this paper, we discuss the potential role haptic, or touch, feedback might play in supporting a greater sense of immersion in broadcast content and describe some preliminary scenarios we have developed to explore how haptic content might be created and delivered within the context of a broadcast programme. In particular, this work has looked at two potential programme scenarios the creation of authored haptic effects for children’s' cartoons and the automatic capture of motion data to be… CONTINUE READING

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