Gijs Huisman

Assistant professor at the Delft University of Technology working on embodied interaction and touch.

CHI’13 Full paper

Our paper about the design and validation of the LEMtool (Layered Emotion Measurment tool) has been accepted for publication as a full paper at CHI’13. This was really exciting news, especially considering the notorious difficulty of getting full papers published at CHI. Many thanks to my co-authors, and the CHI reviewers! Here’s the abstract of […]

TEI’13 Work in Progress paper

Our work-in-progress submission about the early stages of the design of the TaSST (Tactile Sleeve for Social Touch), has been accepted for publication at the Seventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI’13). Here is the abstract: In this paper we present the concept and initial design stages of the TaSST (Tactile Sleeve for Social […]

December 17, 2012

New prototype: the TaSST

For the past few months I’ve been working closely with Aduén Darriba Frederiks of the Hoge School van Amsterdam (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences), on the design of the TaSST: Tactile Sleeve for Social Touch. The basic idea of the TaSST is that when two persons both wear a sleeve, a touch to the sleeve of […]