Designing and evaluating haptic avatar biosignals for social Virtual Reality
Current social VR interaction lacks a lot of the nonverbal cues that are available when talking to people in the real world. Therefore, this work aimed to explore the biosignals heart rate and body temperature as potential new forms of nonverbal communication cues. The objective was two-fold: 1) Exploring how to design these biosignals properly so they feel natural to the participants, and 2) Studying how haptic biosignals could be of added value on the interaction with an avatar in VR.
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Ooms, S.C. (2023, January 2). Designing and evaluating haptic avatar biosignals for social Virtual Reality.