With guidance from Caitlyn Seim, I designed user studies, then built hardware, firmware, and software to power these studies. I ran tests, analyzed the results, iterated (a lot), and finally developed a working system. This work was the subject of my undergraduate thesis as well as a conference publication:
- T. J. Aveni, C. Seim and T. Starner, “A preliminary apparatus and teaching structure for passive tactile training of stenography,” 2019 IEEE World Haptics Conference (WHC), Tokyo, Japan, 2019, pp. 383-388.
Below is a video of a presentation I gave on the topic at the Georgia Tech UROP Symposium in Spring 2018. This is from an earlier version of the work, before we had finalized and perfected the system.
I also assisted with the development of another paper by developing some of the core Android code used in its user studies: