PubDate: June 2022
Teams: Berlin University of Applied Sciences and Technology
Writers: Katrin Wolf；Marco Kurzweg；Yannick Weiss；Stephen Brewster；Albrecht Schmidt
While traditional interfaces in human-computer interaction mainly rely on vision and audio, haptics becomes more and more important. Haptics cannot only increase the user experience and make technology more immersive, it can also transmit information that is hard to interpret only through vision and audio, such as the softness of a surface or other material properties. In this workshop, we aim at discussing how we could interact with technology if haptics is strongly supported and which novel research areas could emerge.