Interactive Furniture: Bi-directional Interaction with a Vibrotactile Wearable Vest in an Urban Space

Ann Judith Morrison, Jack Højholt Leegaard, Cristina Manresa-Yee, Brian Walther Skovgaard Jensen, Hendrik Knoche

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In this study we investigate the experience for participants while wearing a vi-brotactile vest that interacts with a vibroacoustic architecture The Humming Wall, set in an urban space. This public large scale artefact is built to exchange vibrotactile and physiological interactions with a vibrotactile wearable vest. The heart beats and breath rates of the vest wearers are vibroacoustically displayed at The Humming Wall. In addition, participants can swipe and knock on The Hum-ming Wall and the vest wearer is effectively swiped and knocked upon. We work with overlapping vibrotactile outputs in order that the wearers experience a flow of sensations similar to a touch gesture. The communication privileged vi-broacoustic and vibrotactile as the primary interaction modalities for both vest wearers as well as for a passing public. The participants found the experience fa-vourable and analysis reveals some patterns on the vest and zones at the wall im-pact relaxation in the form of calming and feel-good sensations, (even therapeu-tic) as well as activation and warning on the vest. We contribute to this research field by adding a large scale public object and visibly responsive interactive wall that was positively received as the partner responder for the wearers of a vi-brotactile vest set in an urban environment. Participants reported calming, thera-peutic, feel good sensations in response to the patterns.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelRecent Advances in Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being : From Worn to Off-body Sensing, Virtual Worlds, and Games for Serious Applications
RedaktørerAnthony Lewis Brooks, Sheryl Brahnam, Bill Kapralos, Lakhmi C. Jain
ForlagSpringer
Publikationsdato2017
Sider183-220
Kapitel10
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-319-49877-8
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-319-49879-9
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2017
NavnIntelligent Systems Reference Library
Nummer1
Vol/bind119
ISSN1868-4394

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Morrison, A. J., Leegaard, J. H., Manresa-Yee, C., Jensen, B. W. S., & Knoche, H. (2017). Interactive Furniture: Bi-directional Interaction with a Vibrotactile Wearable Vest in an Urban Space. I A. L. Brooks, S. Brahnam, B. Kapralos, & L. C. Jain (red.), Recent Advances in Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being: From Worn to Off-body Sensing, Virtual Worlds, and Games for Serious Applications (s. 183-220). Springer. Intelligent Systems Reference Library, Nr. 1, Bind. 119 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-49879-9
Morrison, Ann Judith ; Leegaard, Jack Højholt ; Manresa-Yee, Cristina ; Jensen, Brian Walther Skovgaard ; Knoche, Hendrik. / Interactive Furniture : Bi-directional Interaction with a Vibrotactile Wearable Vest in an Urban Space. Recent Advances in Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being: From Worn to Off-body Sensing, Virtual Worlds, and Games for Serious Applications. red. / Anthony Lewis Brooks ; Sheryl Brahnam ; Bill Kapralos ; Lakhmi C. Jain. Springer, 2017. s. 183-220 (Intelligent Systems Reference Library; Nr. 1, Bind 119).
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Morrison, AJ, Leegaard, JH, Manresa-Yee, C, Jensen, BWS & Knoche, H 2017, Interactive Furniture: Bi-directional Interaction with a Vibrotactile Wearable Vest in an Urban Space. i AL Brooks, S Brahnam, B Kapralos & LC Jain (red), Recent Advances in Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being: From Worn to Off-body Sensing, Virtual Worlds, and Games for Serious Applications. Springer, Intelligent Systems Reference Library, nr. 1, bind 119, s. 183-220. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-49879-9

Interactive Furniture : Bi-directional Interaction with a Vibrotactile Wearable Vest in an Urban Space. / Morrison, Ann Judith; Leegaard, Jack Højholt; Manresa-Yee, Cristina; Jensen, Brian Walther Skovgaard; Knoche, Hendrik.

Recent Advances in Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being: From Worn to Off-body Sensing, Virtual Worlds, and Games for Serious Applications. red. / Anthony Lewis Brooks; Sheryl Brahnam; Bill Kapralos; Lakhmi C. Jain. Springer, 2017. s. 183-220 (Intelligent Systems Reference Library; Nr. 1, Bind 119).

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Morrison AJ, Leegaard JH, Manresa-Yee C, Jensen BWS, Knoche H. Interactive Furniture: Bi-directional Interaction with a Vibrotactile Wearable Vest in an Urban Space. I Brooks AL, Brahnam S, Kapralos B, Jain LC, red., Recent Advances in Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being: From Worn to Off-body Sensing, Virtual Worlds, and Games for Serious Applications. Springer. 2017. s. 183-220. (Intelligent Systems Reference Library; Nr. 1, Bind 119). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-49879-9