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CHI
2007
ACM
10 years 4 months ago
Exploring affective design for physical controls
Physical controls such as knobs, sliders, and buttons are experiencing a revival as many computing systems progress from personal computing architectures towards ubiquitous comput...
Colin Swindells, Karon E. MacLean, Kellogg S. Boot...
AGENTS
1998
Springer
9 years 8 months ago
Cognition and Affect: Architectures and Tools
Which agent architectures are capable of justifying descriptions in terms of the `higher level' mental concepts applicable to human beings? We propose a new kind of architect...
Aaron Sloman, Brian Logan
CHI
2008
ACM
10 years 4 months ago
Do knobs have character?: exploring diversity in users' inferences
Physical controls are now ubiquitous in everyday interactions. Empirical studies of physical interactions have traditionally been exploring instrumental aspects such as error rate...
Evangelos Karapanos, Stephan Wensveen, Bart Friede...
IJMMS
1998
114views more  IJMMS 1998»
9 years 3 months ago
The design and evolution of TurboTurtle, a collaborative microworld for exploring Newtonian physics
controls, recoverability, and how strictly views should be shared between students. Teachers can also add structure to the group’s activities by setting the simulation environmen...
Andy Cockburn, Saul Greenberg
ICMI
2005
Springer
113views Biometrics» more  ICMI 2005»
9 years 9 months ago
Hapticat: exploration of affective touch
This paper describes the Hapticat , a device we developed to study affect through touch. Though intentionally not highly zoomorphic, the device borrows behaviors from pets and th...
Steve Yohanan, Mavis Chan, Jeremy Hopkins, Haibo S...
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