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17/2/16 More CHI ’16 News

As well as the two full papers we’ll be presenting at CHI, we have also had three Late-Breaking Work papers accepted:

  • Evaluating Haptic Feedback on a Steering Wheel in a Simulated Driving Scenario, by Gözel Shakeri, Stephen Brewster, John Williamson, and Alexander Ng.
  • Mapping Abstract Visual Feedback to a Dimensional Model of Emotion, by Graham Wilson, Pietro Romeo, and Stephen Brewster.
  • Using Sound to Help Visually Impaired Children Play Independently, by Euan Freeman and Stephen Brewster.

We’ll also be attending the workshop on Mid-Air Haptics and Displays, presenting the following position paper:

  • Towards Mid-Air Haptic Widgets, by Euan Freeman, Dong-Bach Vo, Graham Wilson, Gözel Shakeri, and Stephen Brewster.