How Could I Learn Rhythm Better? Investigating Three Learning Signals for Passive Haptic Learning in Different Context

PROCEEDINGS OF THE 16TH ACM INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO ASSISTIVE ENVIRONMENTS, PETRA 2023(2023)

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Passive Haptic Learning (PHL) is the process of learning to perform a certain task without paying attention to it. In this paper, we invited 24 participants (evenly divided into 3 groups), and taught them a simple rhythm through the use of haptic, auditory and haptic & auditory signals. The subjects were then tested to reproduce the rhythms on a keyboard and ukulele. We inspected and analyzed the data from two aspects: duration and timing. We found that the difference in instruments and learning groups will be of significance when looking at the duration of notes and pauses. The participants provided both haptic and auditory signals during the learning phase achieved the best performance on duration of notes and pauses. Regarding the timing of the notes within the rhythm.
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Haptic,Wearable Computing,Passive Haptic Learning,Human-Computer-Interaction
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