Reading List for ADC Lab

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I made a reading list for my Master and Ph.D students in the area of empathy and experience communication. Do you have more suggestions? If so please feedback.

Connecting Families: An Introduction

C Neustaedter, S Harrison, A Sellen – Connecting Families – Springer
26 days ago – Family life is complex and dynamic. It forms a core part of our existence.
Underpinning family life, is family connection: how families not just communicate with each
other, but how they share their lives and routines, how they engage in social touch, and …


Designing for collocated couples

S Branham, S Harrison – Connecting Families, 2012 – Springer
26 days ago – Though the design of technologies for couples has been thriving for well over
a decade now, the products made for and the needs of couples examined in HCI research
are surprisingly narrow. Overwhelmingly they are for partners at a distance and …


Textile Interfaces: Embroidered Jog-Wheel, Beaded Tilt Sensor, Twisted Pair Ribbon, and Sound Sequins

C Zeagler, S Gilliland, H Profita… – … (ISWC), 2012 16th …, 2012 –
67 days ago – Abstract Electronic textiles (or e-textiles) attempt to integrate electronics and
computing into fabric. In our efforts to create new e-textile interfaces and construction
techniques for our Electronic Textile Interface Swatch Book (an e-textile toolkit), we have …


Have We Achieved the Ultimate Wearable Computer?

BH Thomas – … (ISWC), 2012 16th International Symposium on, 2012 –
72 days ago – Abstract This paper provides a provocative view of wearable computer
research over the years, starting with the first IEEE International Symposium on Wearable
Computers in 1997. The goal of this paper is to reflect on the original research challenges …


I’ll knock you when I’m ready…: reflecting on media richness beyond bandwidth and imitation

MK Rasmussen, N Lehoux, I Ocnarescu… – Proceedings of the …, 2012 –
88 days ago – Abstract Following the research field of Computer Mediated Communication
(CMC), we explore and expand upon the notion of media richness. We consider the term
outside its ordinary domain of conventional communication mediums, such as email, …


Expanding the design space for intimacy: supporting mutual reflection for local partners

SM Branham, SH Harrison, T Hirsch – Proceedings of the Designing …, 2012 –
88 days ago – Abstract The design space for intimate partners has largely been populated
with technologies that support distant partners via abstracted presence. We seek to expand
the design space to include a wider range of potential users and designs. To this end, we …


It’s neat to feel the heat: how can we hold hands at a distance?

D Gooch, L Watts – Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual conference …, 2012 –
121 days ago – Abstract There is a growing body of work in HCI on the design of
communication technologies to help support long distance relationships. We build upon this
work by presenting three different prototypes based on hand holding. This distinguishes …

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Cooking together: a digital ethnography

J Paay, J Kjeldskov, MB Skov, K O’Hara – Proceedings of the 2012 ACM …, 2012 –
121 days ago – Abstract Cooking together is an important part of everyday life, a social event
in which people enhance their relationships through shared stories and swapping ideas on
food preparation. We present a new methodology for studying human interaction to inform …

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Feelybean: communicating touch over distance

D Kontaris, D Harrison, EE Patsoule, S Zhuang… – Proceedings of the …, 2012 –
124 days ago – Abstract Increasingly, due to work or study reasons, many couples find
themselves living apart, in different cities or even countries, experiencing the challenges of a
long distance relationship. Much research has been conducted into helping couples …

Food and interaction design: designing for food in everyday life

R Comber, E Ganglbauer, JH Choi… – Proceedings of the …, 2012 –
124 days ago – Abstract Food and interaction design presents an interesting challenge to the
HCI community in attending to the pervasive nature of food, the socio-cultural differences in
food practices and a changing global foodscape. To design for meaningful and positive …

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P Lévy, S Kuenen, K Overbeeke, T Uchiyama… –
ABSTRACT Among other explorations, the field of telepresence technology
has looked at ways to create a feeling of telepresence based on the transfer of minimal
information. On this topic, the Cololo project has taken an extreme position by proposing …


How do couples use CheekTouch over phone calls?

YW Park, SH Bae, TJ Nam – Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual …, 2012 –
143 days ago – Abstract In this paper we introduce CheekTouch, an affective audio-tactile
communication technique that transmits multi-finger touch gestures applied on a sender’s
mobile phone to a receiver’s cheek in real time during a call. We made a pair of …


Laying the table for HCI: uncovering ecologies of domestic food consumption

A Hupfeld, T Rodden – Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual conference …, 2012 –
143 days ago – Abstract Food contributes fundamentally to our well-being: physically,
mentally, and socially. Unsurprisingly then, the importance of food to our lives has long been
recognized in the social sciences, and more recently, in Human-Computer Interaction. Yet, …


Food for Talk: Phototalk in the Context of Sharing a Meal

K O’Hara, J Helmes, A Sellen, R Harper… – Human–Computer …, 2012 – Taylor & Francis
163 days ago – Photographic mementos are important signifiers of our personal memories.
Rather than simply passive representations of memories to “preserve” the past, these photos
are actively displayed and consumed in the context of everyday behavior and social …


[PDF]Sense-Roid: Emotional Haptic Communication with Yourself

N TAKAHASHI, R OKAZAKI, H OKABE… – Virtual Reality …, 2011 –
180 days ago – Abstract—What type of emotions could be obtained if you were able to hug
yourself? When we hug someone, we feel a sense of ease coming from emotions such as
belief, security and love. However, it is not possible to hug oneself, who is the closest …


KUSUGURI: a shared tactile interface for bidirectional tickling

M Furukawa, H Kajimoto, S Tachi – Proceedings of the 3rd Augmented …, 2012 –
198 days ago – Abstract Tickling, a nonverbal form of communication, can provide
entertainment. Therefore, tickling is a desirable addition as content as a remote
communication method. However, tickling is difficult to realize because it requires both …