Strive: Exploring Assistive Haptic Feedback on the Run

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Mobile technologies have become an important part of run training, however, existing technologies focus on performance metrics (e.g., distance and pace), which makes it difficult for runners to improve their running technique. In this paper, we present Strive, a wearable running technology that aims to assist runners in achieving rhythmic breathing; a running technique that potentially leads to improved results and lower injury risk. Strive continuously collects physiological data and uses haptic feedback to provide real-time assistance during runs. As communicating technique-related information in the dynamic and complex context of a run is challenging, we present two studies. The first study investigates how runners adapt to two different vibration patterns; and the second study explores the temporality of the assistance through three different approaches: Continuous, periodical, and self-serviced. Based on these studies, we discuss and provide insights on interacting with technologies during runs.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of the 29th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference : Human-Nature, OzCHI 2017
RedaktørerMargot Brereton, Dhaval Vyas, Alessandro Soro, Bernd Ploderer, Jenny Waycott, Ann Morrison
Antal sider10
UdgivelsesstedNew York, NY, USA
ForlagAssociation for Computing Machinery
Udgivelsesår28 nov. 2017
Sider275-284
ISBN (trykt)978-1-4503-5379-3
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781450353793
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StatusUdgivet - 28 nov. 2017
BegivenhedProceedings of the 29th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction - Brisbane, Australien
Varighed: 28 nov. 20171 dec. 2017
Konferencens nummer: 29
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KonferenceProceedings of the 29th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction
Nummer29
LandAustralien
ByBrisbane
Periode28/11/201701/12/2017
Internetadresse
SerietitelOZCHI '17

    Forskningsområder

  • haptic interaction, running, sports, wearable technology

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