Young-Woo Park, Sungjae Hwang, Tek-Jin Nam, Narae Lee, Ju-Whan Kim, Jungsoo Lee, Myeongsoo Shin, Woohun Lee, L. A. Hilte, Koen Beljaars, Sharon van der Geest, Roy van den Heuvel, Bas van Hoeve
Poke Poke is a way of sharing emotional touches over phone calls. It delivers touches through an inflatable surface on one side of the phone and receives finger-pressure inputs on the opposite side of the phone, all while allowing callers to maintain a conventional phone-calling posture. Poke provides three key user interactions (poke, poke and vibrate, and poke back) and delivers affective touches through its inflating patterns and vibrations on the top of the inflatable surface. This opens possibilities for developing pleasant, affective tactile languages over phone calls. Project website: http://cidr.kaist.ac.kr/mediawiki/index.php/Poke Publication: Park, Y-W., Hwang, S., and Nam, T-J. Poke:…
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