Sonic point estimation

Haptic devices

Throughout the summer of 2014, we will be running a series of studies to investigate audio-haptic interaction techniques that we designed to support non-visual interaction with Digital Audio Workstations. The studies will take place at Queen Mary University of London, mile End campus. Currently, we are running the Sonic Interaction for Point Estimation study which compares audio display techniques that help make the task of moving a visual object to a target position on a 2D plane non-visually accessible.

Check out this page for more details about this study as well as details about how to participate.