Sketchnotes from ACM CHI 2018 workshop on Mid-Air Haptics for Control Interfaces in Montreal Canada on 21 April 2018

Welcome and opening keynote

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2-Minute Madness (attendee sketches)

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Mini-keynotes from selected participants, part 1

  • Daniel Leithinger ‘Haptic Aura: Augmenting Physical Objects Through Mid-Air Haptics’
  • Joanna Roczniak  ‘Development of intuitive haptic interfaces for blind people’

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  • Sandeep Zechariah ‘Improving Edge and Texture Rendering in Mid-Air Haptic Systems’
  • Ali Shtarbanov ‘Free-Space Haptic Feedback for 3D Displays via Air’

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Mini-keynotes from selected participants, part 2

  • David Geerts and David Cheyns ‘User Experience Challenges of Virtual Buttons with Mid-Air Haptics’
  • Sunjun Kim ‘Buttons’

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First Brainstorming session: Perception of Haptics

Moderated: Seokhee Jeon and Euan Freeman

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Second Brainstorming session: Automotive applications

Moderated: Gesa Wiegand and Graham Wilson

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Third Brainstorming session: Multi-modal interfaces

Moderated: Viktorija Paneva and Aditya Tirumala Bukkapatnam

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Sketchnote Tools:
A4 Sketchbook Paper
UniPin 0.4 Pen
Copic Markers
Lightfast Watercolours
Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Pen
Adobe Photoshop CC

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