Affective Haptics Research and Interaction Design
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Emotion is a salient property of the sense of touch. From a design perspective, the present study explores the affective haptics and human affective response, device analysis and interaction design. Firstly, the affective evaluation method - the Valence-Arousal Space - is analyzed in terms of haptic physiology, and the subjective and objective affective detection methods are illustrated, as well as the connection of human haptic valence and haptic stimulus by physiology research. Secondly, a series of affective haptic devices are analyzed according to human affective responses. Lastly, some affective haptics design guidelines and principles are introduced from a design perspective with the help of affective haptics research results.
KeywordsSense of touch Emotion Affective haptic device Haptic interaction design
The authors thank Prof. Hong Tan for her kindly instructions. This work was supported by the National Key Research and Development Plan under Grant No. 2016YFB1001402, and National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant No. 61402250, 61232013.
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