Haptic Gaze InteractionIssue: XXII.1 January + February 2015
Jari Kangas, Deepak Akkil, Jussi Rantala, Poika Isokoski, Päivi Majaranta, Roope Raisamo
Wearable computing devices such as smartwatches and smart glasses are becoming more widely available. These devices present new interaction challenges, as the devices are usually small and the context of use sets limitations on available interaction modalities. We are exploring the use of gaze as input and haptics as output for wearable devices. This demonstration allows users to experience the combination of gaze input and haptic output in the use of a bus schedule application. Links to such applications could be embedded in the environment, much like paper schedules have been used in the past.
Kangas, J., Akkil, D., Rantala, J., Isokoski, P., Majaranta, P., and Raisamo, R. Gaze gestures and haptic feedback in mobile devices. Proc. of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, New York, 2014, 435–438.
Kangas, J., Akkil, D., Rantala, J., Isokoski, P., Majaranta, P., and Raisamo, R. Using gaze gestures with haptic feedback on glasses. Proc. of NordiCHI EA 2014. ACM, New York, 2014.
Jari Kangas, University of Tampere
Deepak Akkil, University of Tampere
Jussi Rantala, University of Tampere
Poika Isokoski, University of Tampere
Päivi Majaranta, University of Tampere
Roope Raisamo, University of Tampere