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Provisional Programme for the

Haptic Human-Computer Interaction Workshop

Here is the final list of accepted papers and posters. If you want to download all of the files in one go then here is a zip file of all of the accepted papers and posters (it is 4.8MB). All of the files are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. The Adobe reader is available for free. Adobe also provides a set of accessibility tools that allow you to easily get access to the Acrobat files in text/HTML form.

The workshop will take place in the Senate Room (here is a map to show you where it is). If you go to the Main Gate on University Avenue the reception there will be able to tell you how to get to the room.

 

Thursday 31st August, 2000

9:00
Registration / coffee
9:30
Welcome
9:45 - 10:30
Keynote: Prof Bob Stone, Virtual Presence/MUSE Technologies, UK: Haptic Feedback: A Potted History From Telepresence to Virtual Reality
10:30 - 11:00
van Erp, TNO Human Factors, The Netherlands: Tactile information presentation: navigating in Virtual Environments
11:00 - 11:30
Coffee
11:30 - 12:30
Sallnäs, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden: Supporting Collaboration in Distributed Environments by Haptic Force Feedback

Oakley, Brewster and Gray, University of Glasgow, UK: Communicating with feeling

12:30 - 1:30
Lunch
1:30 - 3:30
Jansson, Ivås, Uppsala University, Sweden: Can the efficiency of a haptic display be increased by short time practice in exploration?

Pollick, Chizk, Hager-Ross, Hayhoe, Universty of Glasgow, UK: Implicit Accuracy Constraints in Two-Fingered Grasps of Virtual Objects with Haptic Feedback

McGee, Gray and Brewster, University of Glagow, UK: The effective combination of haptic and auditory textural information

Wall and Harwin, University of Reading, UK: Interaction of Visual and Haptic Information in Simulated Environments: Texture perception

3:30 - 4:00
Coffee
4:00 - 5:00
Crossan, Brewster, Reid and Mellor, University of Glasgow, UK: Multimodal Feedback Cues To Aid Veterinary Training Simulations

van Veen and van Erp, TNO Human Factors, The Netherlands: Tactile information presentation in the cockpit

5:00
Pub

 

 

 

Friday 1st September, 2000

9:00 - 10:30

Bouguila, Ishii and Sato, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan: Effect of Coupling Haptics and Stereopsis on Depth Perception in Virtual Environments

Dillon, Moody, Bartlett, Scully and Morgan, Liverpool John Moores University, UK: Simulation of tactile sensation through sensory evaluation of textiles when viewed as a digital image

Keuning-Van Oirschot and Houtsma, IPO, The Netherlands: Cursor trajectory analysis

10:30 - 11:00
Coffee
11:00 - 12:30

Posters and Demonstrations session

Posters

Stevens and Jerrams-Smith, University of Portsmouth, UK: The sense of object presence with projection augmented models

Booth, Faconti, Massink, Bordegoni, De Angelis and Mays, University of Sheffield, UK: Intersensory disambiguation of shape perception with virtual visuo-haptic stimuli

Van Scoy, Kawai, Darrah and Rash, West Virginia University, USA: Haptic display of mathematical functions for teaching mathematics to students with vision disabilities

Kirkpatrick and Douglas, University of Oregon: A shape recognition benchmark for evaluating usability of a haptic environment

Bouguila, Ishii and Sato, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan: A Large Workspace Haptic Device For Human-Scale Virtual Environments

Penn, Petrie, Colwell, Kornbrot, Furner and Hardwick , University of Hertfordshire, UK: The perception of texture, object size and angularity by touch in virtual environments with two haptic devices

Demonstrations

Vogels, IPO, The Netherlands: Human-sensitivity to visual-haptic asynchrony

Dillon, Moody, Bartlett, Scully and Morgan, Liverpool John Moores University, UK : Simulation of tactile sensation through sensory evaluation of textiles when viewed as a digital image

Van Scoy, West Virginia University, USA: Haptic display of mathematical functions for teaching mathematics to students with vision disabilities

ReachIn Technologies, Sweden: Demonstration of the ReachIn system

Yu, Ramloll, University of Glasgow: Haptic graphs for blind computer users

McGee, Gray and Brewster, University of Glagow, UK: The effective combination of haptic and auditory textural information

Oakley, Brewster and Gray, University of Glasgow, UK: Communicating with feeling

Crossan and Brewster, University of Glasgow, UK: Haptic Palpation simulator

Challis and Edwards, University of York, UK: A demonstration of 'Weasel', a system for the non-visual presentation of music notation to blind people

Wall and Harwin, University of Reading, UK: SpIRIT: High Bandwidth Haptic Interface

12:30 - 2:00
Lunch / Posters / Demos
2:00 - 3:30

Challis and Edwards, University of York, UK: Design Principles for Tactile Interaction

Yu, Ramloll and Brewster, University of Glasgow, UK: Haptic graphs for blind computer users

Wise, Gardner, O'Modhrain, Hasser and Bulatov, Immersion Corp, USA: Web-based touch display for accessible science education

3:30 - 4:00
Coffee
4:00 - 5:00

Hikiji and Hashimoto, Waseda University, Japan: Hand-Shaped Force Interface for Human-Cooperative Mobile Robot

Leikas, Väätänen and Raty, VTT Information Technology, Finland: Virtual space computer games with a floor sensor control

5:00
Pub

 

 

 

Saturday 2nd September, 2000

All Day