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A Real-time Synthesizer of Naturalistic Congruent Audio-Haptic Textures

Abstract : This demo paper presents a multi-modal device able to generate real-time audio-haptic signal as response to the users' motion and produce naturalistic sensation. The device consists in a touch screen with haptic feedback based on ultrasonic friction modulation and a sound synthesizer. The device will help investigate audio-haptic interaction. In particular the system is built to allow for an exploration of di↵erent strategy of mapping audio and haptic signal to explore the limits of congruence. Such interactions could be the key to more informative and user-friendly touchscreens for Human-Machine-Interfaces.
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Khoubeib Kanzari, Corentin Bernard, Jocelyn Monnoyer, Sebastien Denjean, Michael Wiertlewski, et al.. A Real-time Synthesizer of Naturalistic Congruent Audio-Haptic Textures. CMMR 2019: 14th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research, Oct 2019, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-02429936⟩

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