I am passionate about human-machine interaction, particularly to communicate social interactions. I did my Ph.D at EPFL (Switzerland), with a dissertation on wearable technologies for embodied human-robot interaction. My research explores human-machine interaction, haptics, and wearable devices with a focus on mediated social touch.
Human-machine interaction, haptics, and wearable devices with a focus on mediated social touch
Presentation on Late-Breaking Work at CHI - May 9, 2021
Benjamin Stephens-Fripp, Ali Israr, Carine Rognon
arXiv - April 16, 2021
Carine Rognon, Taylor Bunge, Meiyuzi Gao, Chip Conor, Benjamin Stephens-Fripp, Casey Brown, Ali Israr