Hapty is a haptic workspace for puppet stop-motion animators and one of the outputs of my PhD Thesis (it is an easy read albeit long!). Although done in 2013, the UI and UX design considerations I explored back then have started becoming very relevant in the immersive experience domain.
- Dima M., Wright M., Lee J. 2011. “A haptically-augmented interface for digital character animation”, Poster, SIGGRAPH Asia 2011, Hong Kong, China
Dima M., Lee J., Wright M. 2010. “Exploration of direct bi-manual interaction in digitally mediated stop-motion animation”, Proceedings of NordiCHI 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland
Dima M., Lee J., Wright M. 2010.” Hapty : a Haptically Augmented Animation tool“, Extended abstracts, CREATE 2010, Edinburgh, UK
Dima M., Lee J., Wright M. 2009.” Designing a creative interface for character animation: Embodying the qualities of hand practice in the digital process”, Doctoral Consortium, British HCI 2009, Cambridge, UK
- Dima M., Ulattil A., Cao X., Lee J., Wright M. 2009. “Designing a haptically extended interface for digitally animating 3D articulated characters”. Proceedings of EVA London 2009