Haptic Experience Design (HaXD) is difficult. We need to develop processes, tools, and vocabulary to better support designers when working with haptics.
At World Haptics 2015, we ran a workshop to help develop HaXD by discussing existing practices, identifying challenges, and brainstorming potential solutions. Four speakers from industry and academia presented on topics including design and prototyping tools, touchless interaction, and evaluating sensory experiences.
- Ali Israr, Disney Research
- David Birnbaum, Immersion
- Srirarm Subramanian, University of Bristol
- Marianna Obrist, University of Sussex
- Oliver Schneider
- Karon MacLean