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SXSW 2016 - Workshop Internet of Touch - Iskander Smit

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At the famous SXSW conference in Austin I presented on haptic interactions and conducted a workshop to experience the power of these new interactions and the internet of touch. 14 March 2016, Austin Texas

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SXSW 2016 - Workshop Internet of Touch - Iskander Smit

  1. 1. Adaptive Interactions in the Internet of Touch SXSW 2016; March 14, 2016 Photography by Local Androids
  2. 2. We are: Iskander Smit - @iskandr Rene Samsen - @renesamsen Won van Kalsbeek - @wonvankalsbeek
  3. 3. Program of this workshop .50 Haptics in practice, experience and explore .70 Design for adaptive interactions .05 Research & context .90 Reflections .00 Introduction
  4. 4. https://vimeo.com/91069015
  5. 5. AMS
  6. 6. Salons: every 1st Friday, starting April 1, next conference December 2, 2016
  7. 7. TASST Research & valorisation with Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Sleeve that creates an Internet of Touch Photography by Local Androids, Model Leonie Baauw
  8. 8. Internal product: rules and behavior
  9. 9. Multi-vibrations Minor Intelligent Environments 2015
  10. 10. making IoT work connectable .io
  11. 11. Research Gijs Huisman 
 Human Media Interaction group at the University of Twente
 PhD work focuses on mediated Social Touch Technology Aduén Darriba Frederiks
 Digital Life group at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
 Fashion and technology: smart garments
  12. 12. Mediated social touch
  13. 13. Touch and development
  14. 14. Touch, care and wellbeing
  15. 15. Midas touch effect
  16. 16. How does touch work exactly? ?
  17. 17. Haptic perception Cutaneous system Kinesthetic sytem
  18. 18. Cutaneous system Thermoreceptors Nociceptors Mechanoreceptors = + +
  19. 19. Mechanoreceptors Merkel SA1 Meisner FA1Ruffini SA2 Pacini FA2 Location Movement Vibration Skin stretch
  20. 20. CT afferents Mechanoreceptors Slow stroking motion
  21. 21. Löken et al. (2009)
  22. 22. Communicating emotions through touch
  23. 23. Sympathy
  24. 24. Anger Sympathy Disgust Love
  25. 25. Sympathy it was!
  26. 26. Anger
  27. 27. Anger Sympathy Disgust Love
  28. 28. Anger it was!
  29. 29. Anger 59* Hitting, squeezing,Fear 51* Trembling, squeezing,Happiness 38 Swinging, shaking, liftingSadness 35 Stroking, squeezing,Disgust 83* Pushing, lifting, tappingSurprise 24 Squeezing, lifting, shakingEmbarrassment 18 Shaking, tapping,Envy 21 Pulling, lifting, strokingPride 25 Shaking, lifting, squeezingLove 62* Stroking, finger interlock,Gratitude 66* Shaking, lifting, squeezingSympathy 57* Patting, stroking, Hertenstein et al. (2006)
  30. 30. Touch is vital to us Touch is a complex sense Touch has rich effects
  31. 31. Apple’s Digital Touch
  32. 32. My learnings The wristis a efficient place for receiving haptic signals. Vibro-haptic stimuli are very effective. 
 Contextis important for understanding thouch. 1.5 inchis the resolution distance for incremental feel.
  33. 33. A watch. A wristband. 
 A glass. A hat. A shirt. 
 A belt. A ring. A glove. 
 A sock. A sleeve. 
 A wearable.
  34. 34. Navigate with Belty Added functions
  35. 35. Making distance bearable Parihug, as found at SXCreate
  36. 36. Added functions Lechal insoles that helps to navigate and track
  37. 37. Experience & explore type 3 type 4 type 2 type 1
  38. 38. Haptic gear Pavlok pain band (1) Bluetooth steered engines + research app (2) Experience sweatband (10) Myo band (1)
  39. 39. Design the haptic notifications for a journey of a service/task
  40. 40. Lyft shared drive Social car sharing Plan a route and someone doing a similar ride finds you All mobile use
  41. 41. Think on possible haptic moments Choose one or two moments How will these moments feel Sketch them on the paper. And it is all about the discussion.
  42. 42. Design for adaptive interactions Image: http://www.psfk.com/publishing/future-of-wearable-tech
  43. 43. The things are the mediators, the conversational piece for your service to build stories & relations.
  44. 44. Haptics are part of a dialog, part of adaptive services that function in a rule based system.
  45. 45. The touchpoints of haptics are the notifications of a service to mediate dialogs.
  46. 46. co-design adaptive in the moment playful beyond the screen
  47. 47. Uber in Messenger Conversational UI
  48. 48. Uber via Amazon Echo The Verge:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o26xCTP6n2Q
  49. 49. Emotional conversations Jibo at SXCreate
  50. 50. Conversational haptic coach Research Beyond Glass; Digital Life Lab & info.nl
  51. 51. Reflections
  52. 52. Thanks! @iskandr March 14, 2016 @renesamsen @wonvankalsbeek

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