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Finding Common Ground: A Survey of Capacitive Sensing in Human-Computer Interaction

Grosse-Puppendahl, Tobias ; Holz, Christian ; Cohn, Gabe A. ; Wimmer, Raphael ; Bechtold, Oskar ; Hodges, Steve ; Reynolds, Matthew S. ; Smith, Joshua R. (2017)
Finding Common Ground: A Survey of Capacitive Sensing in Human-Computer Interaction.
Denver, CO, USA
doi: 10.1145/3025453.3025808
Conference or Workshop Item, Bibliographie

Abstract

For more than two decades, capacitive sensing has played a prominent role in human-computer interaction research. Capacitive sensing has become ubiquitous on mobile, wearable, and stationary devices—enabling fundamentally new interaction techniques on, above, and around them. The research community has also enabled human position estimation and whole-body gestural interaction in instrumented environments. However, the broad field of capacitive sensing research has become fragmented by different approaches and terminology used across the various domains. This paper strives to unify the field by advocating consistent terminology and proposing a new taxonomy to classify capacitive sensing approaches. Our extensive survey provides an analysis and review of past research and identifies challenges for future work. We aim to create a common understanding within the field of human-computer interaction, for researchers and practitioners alike, and to stimulate and facilitate future research in capacitive sensing.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2017
Creators: Grosse-Puppendahl, Tobias ; Holz, Christian ; Cohn, Gabe A. ; Wimmer, Raphael ; Bechtold, Oskar ; Hodges, Steve ; Reynolds, Matthew S. ; Smith, Joshua R.
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: Finding Common Ground: A Survey of Capacitive Sensing in Human-Computer Interaction
Language: German
Date: May 2017
Publisher: ACM
Book Title: CHI'17 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Event Location: Denver, CO, USA
DOI: 10.1145/3025453.3025808
Abstract:

For more than two decades, capacitive sensing has played a prominent role in human-computer interaction research. Capacitive sensing has become ubiquitous on mobile, wearable, and stationary devices—enabling fundamentally new interaction techniques on, above, and around them. The research community has also enabled human position estimation and whole-body gestural interaction in instrumented environments. However, the broad field of capacitive sensing research has become fragmented by different approaches and terminology used across the various domains. This paper strives to unify the field by advocating consistent terminology and proposing a new taxonomy to classify capacitive sensing approaches. Our extensive survey provides an analysis and review of past research and identifies challenges for future work. We aim to create a common understanding within the field of human-computer interaction, for researchers and practitioners alike, and to stimulate and facilitate future research in capacitive sensing.

Uncontrolled Keywords: survey; capacitive sensing; electric field sensing
Identification Number: TUD-CS-2017-0218
Divisions: Profile Areas
Profile Areas > Cybersecurity (CYSEC)
Date Deposited: 07 Aug 2017 15:22
Last Modified: 22 Jan 2019 11:13
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