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URN etd-0222118-092236 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 157 times. Download 0 times. Author Yu-Ting Chen Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2017 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 90 Title A Study of Somatosensory-Evoked P300, SW and Semantics Elicited by Haptic-Stimulation of Operation Button Shapes and Haptic Texture-Using Single Key Handhold Device as an Example. Keyword SW haptic aesthetic somatosensory-evoked-potential emotional design P300 P300 emotional design somatosensory-evoked-potential aesthetic haptic SW Abstract Good designs attracts customers to communicate with products. Adding extra value to products by user’s experience is the key to market success. Paying necessary attention to providing haptic stimulation prompts higher influence to its efficiency and even more pleasurable. Handheld products not only include multiple sensors such as pressure and fingerprint into buttons, it also dedicates on respects of materials, shape and physical feedback to enrich user haptic experience. Unlike other sensory modalities, haptic detects various form of information such as pressure, weight, shap and temperature which normally mixed in single experience. Products may induce differently by perceiving different correspondence features such as shape or vibration feedback. The majority research focuses on the consistence of stimulus characteristics in visual correspondence but product semantic interference between haptic modalities.
Base on past experience on research techniques, this research aims to investigate the relationship between product semantic and affective response under crossmodal stimulation in button design. It includes: 1) clarifying button features (i.e. shape and vibrational feedback) that contain high arousal and high/low valence; 2) testing synaesthetic associations by observing neural affective Event-Related Potential (ERP) process of response to product semantic or pleasure.
This research consists of two phases. First, we filter out the possible product features and haptic feedbacks from product magazine and sound library by professionals (e.g. product designer). The filtered samples will be further validated by 80 design and none design, with normal haptic sense, participants using Semantic Differential (SD) and Self-Assessment Manikin (SAM) techniques. Second, the validated design features will be paired and tested by 32 participants using ERP. The affective components will be analyzed and discussed with the harmony between product semantic and design. The results will bring a persuasive evidence for future haptic design reference or benchmark.
Advisor Committee Chao-Yang Yang - advisor
Ching-Yi Wang - co-chair
Shu-Ru Lu - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2017-07-18 Date of Submission 2018-02-22