Auditive/Haptic feedback - good for car touch screens?
6 Feb 2010 - 9:50am
5 years ago
I am investigating a concept for the center stack of a car. Does
anyone know what effects auditive and/or haptic feedback on car touch
screens - have on the user experience?
The concern is that the driver is already affected by things like
bumps, vibrations and sounds.
So, if there is a touch screen in the car (similar to iPhone), how is
'added' sound or haptic feedback experienced?
The driver wants to select a new song.
He drags a list (think iPhone) to choose a new song.
If there is auditive or haptic feedback -ex. a 'tic-sound' for each
song - it might assist the driver so she does not have to look at the
screen for a) confirmation of that she is in fact browsing the list;
b) knowing how much she has manipulated the list.
What are your thoughts?
Have anyone experienced this kind of interaction in a car (ex. using
iPhone) with auditive feedback? - or using a haptic screen when
Does anyone know of studies/research related to the topic? links?