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Sensory Perception & Interaction Research Group
University of British Columbia
Products of Research
Colin completed his PhD in SPIN in 2007, supervised by Karon MacLean and Kelly Booth.
Swindells, C., MacLean, K. E., Booth, K. S. (2009). "Designing for Feel: Contrasts between Human and Automated Parametric Capture of Knob Physics." IEEE Transactions on Haptics, vol 2., no. 4, pages 200-211, 2009.
Swindells, C., Unden, A., Sang, T. (2003). "TorqueBAR: An Ungrounded Haptic Feedback Device", in Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2003), ACM Press, Nov. 5-7, Vancouver, BC.
Swindells, C., Smith, J. D., MacLean, K. E. (2005). "An Exploration of Representations to Aid Design of Haptic Behaviours." in Proc of CHI '05 Wkshp - Hands-on Haptics: Exploring Non-Visual Visualisation Using the Sense of Touch, pp 5-8, Portland OR.
Swindells, C., Maksakov, E., MacLean, K. E., Chung, V. (2006). "The Role of Prototyping Tools for Haptic Behavior Design." in Proc of 14th Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environments and Teleoperator Systems, VR'06, Alexandria VA, March 2006.
Swindells, C., MacLean, K. E. (2006). "Captured Dynamics Data of 5 Mechanical Knobs", Technical Report TR-2006-14, UBC Dept. of Computer Science, Vancouver, 2006.
Swindells, C., MacLean, K. E., Booth, K. S., Meitner, M. (2006). "A Case-Study of Affect Measurement Tools for Physical User Interface Design." in Proc of Graphics Interface, Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society, GI'06, Quebec City, Canada.
Swindells, C., "Incorporating Affect into the Design of 1-D Rotary Physical Controls." Ph.D. Thesis, Univ. of British Columbia, 2007. Supervised: MacLean, Booth
Swindells, C., MacLean, K. E. (2007). "Capturing the Dynamics of Mechanical Knobs." in Proceedings of World Haptics Conference (WHC), IEEE Press.
Swindells, C., MacLean, K. E., Booth, K. S., Meitner, M. (2007). "Exploring Affective Design for Physical Controls." in Proceedings of Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), CHI Letters, vol. 9, no. 1, ACM Press.
Haptic Experience Design: What Hapticians Do and Where They Need Help