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Travelled to:
1 × China
1 × France
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
2 × The Netherlands
3 × Canada
7 × USA
Collaborated with:
D.K.McGookin G.Wilson E.E.Hoggan M.R.McGee-Lennon I.Politis F.E.Pollick P.C.Wright A.D.N.Edwards D.Boland R.McLachlan M.Halvey S.A.Hughes Y.Vazquez-Alvarez J.Rico A.Crossan G.N.Marentakis S.A.Wall R.Murray-Smith G.Davidson G.Christov A.Ng J.H.Williamson D.Warnock M.K.Wolters E.Robertson J.Johnston F.Chohan L.M.Brown C.Miller A.Pirhonen C.Holguin M.McGill T.Carter S.Subramanian C.Gutwin O.S.Schneider R.Xiao T.Kaaresoja B.Plimmer R.Blagojevic I.Oakley M.R.McGee P.D.Gray M.K.Wolters C.V.Hall J.Lumsden M.Bell M.Hall S.Tasker J.Williamson S.Robinson C.D.Stewart M.Jones
Talks about:
feedback (9) mobil (9) interact (7) multimod (6) audio (6) interfac (5) effect (5) evalu (5) display (4) tactil (4)

Person: Stephen A. Brewster

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Facilitated 1 volumes:

CHI 2013Ed

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
CSCW 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20072007
CHI 20062006
CHI 20032003
CHI 20022002
CHI 20002000
HCI v2 19991999
CHI 19941994
INTERCHI 19931993

Wrote 33 papers:

CHI-2015-McGillBMB #artificial reality #challenge #usability
A Dose of Reality: Overcoming Usability Challenges in VR Head-Mounted Displays (MM, DB, RMS, SAB), pp. 2143–2152.
CHI-2015-PolitisBP #multimodal
To Beep or Not to Beep?: Comparing Abstract versus Language-Based Multimodal Driver Displays (IP, SAB, FEP), pp. 3971–3980.
CHI-2015-WilsonDB #feedback #interactive
In the Heat of the Moment: Subjective Interpretations of Thermal Feedback During Interaction (GW, GD, SAB), pp. 2063–2072.
CHI-2014-McGookinBC #network #social
Studying digital graffiti as a location-based social network (DKM, SAB, GC), pp. 3269–3278.
CHI-2014-McLachlanBB #interactive
Transient and transitional states: pressure as an auxiliary input modality for bimanual interaction (RM, DB, SAB), pp. 401–410.
CHI-2014-NgBW #interactive #mobile
Investigating the effects of encumbrance on one- and two- handed interactions with mobile devices (AN, SAB, JHW), pp. 1981–1990.
CHI-2014-PolitisBP #multimodal
Evaluating multimodal driver displays under varying situational urgency (IP, SAB, FEP), pp. 4067–4076.
CHI-2014-WilsonCSB #feedback #locality
Perception of ultrasonic haptic feedback on the hand: localisation and apparent motion (GW, TC, SS, SAB), pp. 1133–1142.
CHI-2013-WarnockMB #multi
Multiple notification modalities and older users (DW, MRML, SAB), pp. 1091–1094.
CHI-2012-HalveyWBH #feedback #quote
“Baby it’s cold outside”: the influence of ambient temperature and humidity on thermal feedback (MH, GW, SAB, SAH), pp. 715–724.
CHI-2012-McGookinB #design #evaluation #named #social
PULSE: the design and evaluation of an auditory display to provide a social vibe (DKM, SAB), pp. 1263–1272.
CHI-2011-McGee-LennonWB #multimodal
User-centred multimodal reminders for assistive living (MRML, MKW, SAB), pp. 2105–2114.
Name that tune: musicons as reminders in the home (MRML, MKW, RM, SAB, CVH), pp. 2803–2806.
CHI-2011-Vazquez-AlvarezB #interface #mobile #multi
Eyes-free multitasking: the effect of cognitive load on mobile spatial audio interfaces (YVA, SAB), pp. 2173–2176.
CHI-2011-WilsonHBH #feedback #mobile
Some like it hot: thermal feedback for mobile devices (GW, MH, SAB, SAH), pp. 2555–2564.
CSCW-2011-GutwinSXB #distributed
Chalk sounds: the effects of dynamic synthesized audio on workspace awareness in distributed groupware (CG, OSS, RX, SAB), pp. 85–94.
CHI-2010-HogganB #interface #multimodal #named #testing #using
Crosstrainer: testing the use of multimodal interfaces in situ (EEH, SAB), pp. 333–342.
CHI-2010-McGookinRB #graph #interactive #using
Clutching at straws: using tangible interaction to provide non-visual access to graphs (DKM, ER, SAB), pp. 1715–1724.
CHI-2010-RicoB #gesture #interface #mobile #social
Usable gestures for mobile interfaces: evaluating social acceptability (JR, SAB), pp. 887–896.
CHI-2010-WilliamsonRSMJB #privacy #social
Social gravity: a virtual elastic tether for casual, privacy-preserving pedestrian rendezvous (JW, SR, CDS, RMS, MJ, SAB), pp. 1485–1494.
CHI-2009-HogganCBK #feedback #question
Audio or tactile feedback: which modality when? (EEH, AC, SAB, TK), pp. 2253–2256.
CHI-2008-HogganBJ #effectiveness #feedback #mobile
Investigating the effectiveness of tactile feedback for mobile touchscreens (EEH, SAB, JJ), pp. 1573–1582.
CHI-2008-PlimmerCBB #collaboration #multimodal #people
Multimodal collaborative handwriting training for visually-impaired people (BP, AC, SAB, RB), pp. 393–402.
CHI-2007-BrewsterCB #feedback #interactive #mobile
Tactile feedback for mobile interactions (SAB, FC, LMB), pp. 159–162.
CHI-2006-BrewsterMM #design #interactive #named #smell
Olfoto: designing a smell-based interaction (SAB, DKM, CM), pp. 653–662.
CHI-2006-MarentakisB #feedback
Effects of feedback, mobility and index of difficulty on deictic spatial audio target acquisition in the horizontal plane (GNM, SAB), pp. 359–368.
CHI-2006-WallB #feedback #graph #navigation #what
Feeling what you hear: tactile feedback for navigation of audio graphs (SAW, SAB), pp. 1123–1132.
CHI-2003-BrewsterLBHT #interactive #multimodal #smarttech
Multimodal “eyes-free” interaction techniques for wearable devices (SAB, JL, MB, MH, ST), pp. 473–480.
CHI-2002-PirhonenBH #gesture #mobile
Gestural and audio metaphors as a means of control for mobile devices (AP, SAB, CH), pp. 291–298.
Putting the feel in “look and feel” (IO, MRM, SAB, PDG), pp. 415–422.
HCI-CCAD-1999-Brewster #interface #mobile
Sound in the interface to a mobile computer (SAB), pp. 43–47.
CHI-1994-BrewsterWE94a #design #evaluation
The design and evaluation of an auditory-enhanced scrollbar (SAB, PCW, ADNE), pp. 173–179.
INTERCHI-1993-BrewsterWE #evaluation #human-computer #interface
An evaluation of earcons for use in auditory human-computer interfaces (SAB, PCW, ADNE), pp. 222–227.

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