publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2010

Expanding the Scope of Instant Messaging with Bidirectional Haptic Communication

Youngjae Kim; Minsoo Hah;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2010
  • Publisher: InTech
Abstract
This work was conducted on the combination of two fields, i.e., haptic and social messaging. Haptic is one of the most attention-drawing fields and the biggest buzzwords among nextgeneration users. Haptic is being applied to conventional devices such as the cellular phone and even the door lock. Diverse forms of media such as blogs, social network services, and instant messengers are used to send and receive messages. That is mainly why we focus on the messaging experience, the most frequent communication of the device-mediated conversation. We propose the integration of sensors and actuators in a single framework in order to make the usage be understood more ea...
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free text keywords: Haptic communication, Instant messaging, Computer science, World Wide Web, Multimedia, computer.software_genre, computer
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publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2010

Expanding the Scope of Instant Messaging with Bidirectional Haptic Communication

Youngjae Kim; Minsoo Hah;