Georg Klöck I Hybrid Interface

Georg Klöck, Bachelor 2019


Touchscreens have established themselves as a universal input method. Hapticals are robust input modules, which use the sensors of capacitive touchscreens to emulate various haptic sensations, e.g. snap-in points. The project Hybrid Interfaces investigates how hapticals can extend the interaction with touchscreens to enable embodied cognition and new physical interaction qualities. To this end, the functionality and forms of hapticals were systematically explored and subsequently used to create a prototype for the infotainment of a semi-autonomous vehicle.
Supported by BMW Group.

Supervised by Prof. Carola Zwick and Prof. Dr. Jörg Petruschat


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