Jr. Researcher at the Human-Computer Interaction Group, School of Digital Technologies, Tallinn University
Visiting Researcher at Cornell Tech, NY
Related Sense: Touch
Yulia Sion is a junior researcher at the Human-Computer Interaction group at the School of Digital Technologies, Tallinn University, and a visiting researcher at Cornell Tech, NY. In her research, she explores how haptic displays, embedded in wearable forms, may enable implicit communication and self-perception change. Additionally, she designs haptic solutions to communicate ambient information to people with visual impairments. She is a recipient of several ACM grants and a participant in STARTS.eu Arts & Science Residencies, sponsored by European Commission.
Keith Kirkland – WearWorks
Chloe Duckworth – Valence Vibrations
Dario Pittera – Ultraleap
Gijs Huisman – TU Delft
David Parisi – “Archaeologies of Touch”
Gijs den Butter – SenseGlove
Michael Banissy – University of Bristol
Linda Ricci – Decahedralist Inc.
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