inTouchScott Brave, Andrew Dahley, and Professor Hiroshi Ishii / 1998
inTouch is a project to explore new forms of interpersonal communication through touch. Force-feedback technology is employed to create the illusion that people, separated by distance, are interacting with a shared physical object. The “shared” object provides a haptic link between geographically distributed users, opening up a channel for physical expression over distance.
- inTouch: A Medium for Haptic Interpersonal Communication CHI 1997
- The Design and Implementation of inTouch: A Distributed, Haptic Communication System Thesis 1999
- Tangible Interfaces for Remote Communication and Collaboration Thesis 1998
- Tangible Interfaces for Remote Collaboration and Communication CSCW 1998
- Designing Kinetic Objects for Digital Information Display Thesis 1998