Please note that all papers published from the Smell, Taste, and Temperature Interfaces Workshop are non-archival and went through a curation process instead of a peer-review process.
Jenny Berkholz, Gunnar Stevens. Futuristic Senses: Approaching HCI Students’ Perceptions of the Future of the Senses Beyond Science-Fiction. Paper
Rachel Masters, Francisco Ortega, Victoria Interrante. A Multisensory Approach to Virtual Reality Stress Reduction. Paper
Jussi Rantala, Antti Sand, Ahmed Farooq, Jenni Lappi, Natalia Quintero, Mohit Nayak, Nesli Sözer, Roope Raisamo. A multisensory augmentation system to enhance eating experiences. Paper
Jakob C. Uhl. Multi-sensory VR Training: Research in the Wild. Paper
Masaharu Hirose, Masahiko Inami. Balanced Glass Design: A flavor perception changing system by controlling the center-of-gravity. Paper
Liam Aljundi, Thomas Bengtsson, Snezhana Bogeva, Ebba Bolin, Lisa Maliqi, Liam Melin- Higgins, Iana Minakova, Per-Anders Welin, Victor Baquero Wihlborg, Johannes Lund With & Simon Niedenthal. Olfactory display development in interaction design education. Video | Paper
Lala Guluzade, Corina Sas. Mindful Eating: Apps Review. Paper
Jessica Lai, Mason Manetta, Alireza Bahremand, Lauryn Mannigel, Byron Lahey, Christy Spackman, Brian H. Smith, Richard C. Gerkin, Robert LiKamWa. Design and evaluation techniques for odor mixing. Paper
Hiroki Kawahara, Kaito Yamao, Takayasu Fuchida, Kentaro Oda. Flavor Fusions: entertainment cooking device using ultrasound to levitate and discharge liquids to change color and flavor impressions. Paper
Shu Zhong, Madhan Kumar Vasudevan, Marianna Obrist. The Role of Temperature in the Study of Mindful Touch Perception. Paper
Miguel Garcia-Ruiz. Exploring Smell, Wind and Heat Stimuli in a Virtual Beach to Support Students’ Wellbeing.
Yunyi Zhu, Stefanie Mueller. BitePrint: Creating Complex and Customizable Food using Digital Fabrication Tools.
Yao Lu, Hao Wu, QI Lu. Intranasal Haptics Effect on Olfactory Experience.
Tim Moesgen, Yu Xiao. How do we express thermal sensations? An intermodal approach of verbal and non-verbal means to capture and describe temperature experiences.
Iddo Yehoshua Wald, Amber Maimon, Amir Amedi. Seeing temperature: a method and system concept for thermoception through visual-to-auditory sensory substitution.
Rébecca Kleinberger, Akito van Troyer, Qian Janice Wang. Auditory Seasoning Filters: Altering Food Perception via Augmented Sonic Feedback of Chewing Sounds. CHI Full Paper
Shiori Iwahama, Sho Sakurai, Koichi Hirota, Takuya Nojima. Fundamental Study of Method for Generating Tactile Sensation in Periodontal Ligament by Electrical Stimulation.
Sosuke Ichihashi, Masahiko Inami, Noura Howell. Fast-Switching, Spatial Thermal Display Using Water and Visible Lights.
Call for Participation
The “Experiencing Smell, Taste, and Temperature Interfaces” workshop addresses the burgeoning subfield of chemo-
and thermo-sensory interfaces (smell, taste, and temperature) as well as their cultural contexts, usage, and resulting
experiences. This one-day, in-person workshop will offer an interdisciplinary forum of discussion for academics and
practitioners interested in leveraging these sensations.
Examples of smell, taste, and temperature hardware: (a) The Smell Engine; (b) Chewing Jockey; (c) temperature altering perceived softness ; and (d) stereo-smell sensing via electrical trigeminal stimulation .
Researchers and practitioners from academia, arts, and industry are invited to apply to the workshop by submitting a 1-4 page position or research paper in the ACM Master Article Submission Template single column format via the submission portal. The submission deadline has been extended to Tuesday, March 7, 2021 at 12:00pm (noon) PT! All applications will be reviewed by the workshop organizers and selection will be based on the paper’s quality, novelty, and fit for topics. Applicants will be notified of decisions on Friday, March 10, 2023 at 12:00pm (noon) PT. Accepted papers will have the option to be made available at the workshop webpage. Upon acceptance, participants are asked to produce a 5-minute introduction/paper presentation video, which will also be shared publicly on the workshop website. At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the workshop.
In line with STT 2023's goals, we will prioritize submissions that include in-person demonstrations or share tacit knowlege.