Haptic feedback in eye typing
Keywords: gaze input, vibrotactile feedback, haptics, eye tracking, text entry
AbstractProper feedback is essential in gaze based interfaces, where the same modality is used for both perception and control. We measured how vibrotactile feedback, a form of haptic feedback, compares with the commonly used visual and auditory feedback in eye typing. Haptic feedback was found to produce results that are close to those of auditory feedback; both were easy to perceive and participants liked both the auditory ”click” and the tactile “tap” of the selected key. Implementation details (such as the placement of the haptic actuator) were also found important.
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Majaranta, P., Isokoski, P., Rantala, J., Špakov, O., Akkil, D., Kangas, J., & Raisamo, R. (2016). Haptic feedback in eye typing. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.16910/jemr.9.1.3
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