Physically-based modelling techniques for multisensory simulation

Abstract : The framework of enactive interfaces emphasizes the unicity of human perception, and in parallel the need of a particularly high and thin correlation between the gesture of the user and the various multisensory stimuli generated. One can also try to design a single multisensory physically-based model. In such a case, as a vis-à-vis of the unicity of human sensori-motricity, the model is unique and generates all the sensory outputs in response to gesture in one shot. However, only a very few modelling framework qualify for such multisensory simulation. We review below the mass-interaction framework.
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Nicolas Castagné. Physically-based modelling techniques for multisensory simulation. Enaction and enactive interfaces : a handbook of terms, Enactive Systems Books, pp.242-244, 2007. ⟨hal-00977742⟩



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