Research on Multiple Tactile Induction of Human-Computer Interaction

  • Yang-shuo ZhengEmail author
  • Shi-chao He
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11584)


Objective Starting from the social scene under the background of mobile Internet, this paper explores a new information input and output scheme by connecting the human-computer interaction accompanied by the development of science and technology with the emotional needs of users. Methods Firstly, qualitative analysis and quantitative verification were conducted on the problems encountered by users using existing chat tools through user interviews and questionnaires. Then the interface design and interaction design were carried out based on ViP product design principles. Finally, interview, questionnaire and eye movement test were used to further improve the design scheme. Conclusion With the further development and improvement of science and technology, more diversified, efficient and interesting ways of information interaction will become possible.


Human-computer interaction Sentient input method 3D-Touch 



This paper was supported by the research project from Chinese National social science fund “4D evaluation model research and application of information interaction design (16CG170)”.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wuhan University of TechnologyWuhanChina

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