Christian Frisson was a postdoctoral researcher at the IDMIL (2019-2020), previously at the University of Calgary with the Interactions Lab and at Inria in France with the Mjolnir team. He obtained his PhD at the University of Mons, numediart Institute, in Belgium; and his MSc in “Art, Science, Technology” from Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble with the Association for the Creation and Research on Expression Tools (ACROE), in France.
His current postdoctoral research is co-funded by Mitacs and Haply Robotics Inc. through Elevate grant IT12555 and IT12556: Designing Soft+Stiff Haptic Interactions with Opensource Authoring Toolkits.
- Embedded Systems
- Haptics: Tactile and Force-Feedback
- Hardware Development
- Interface Design
- Interface Evaluation
- Software Development
- Kirkegaard, M., Bredholt, M., Frisson, C., Wanderley, M.M. (2020). TorqueTuner: A self contained module for designing rotary haptic force feedback for digital musical instruments. In Proc. of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) (pp. 6). Birmingham, UK.
- Wanderley, M.M., Bredholt, M., Frisson, C. (2020). A Visualization Tool for the CIRMMT Distinguished Lecture Series. In Proc. of the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII). Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Frisson, C., Decaudin, J., Sanz-Lopez, M., Pietrzak, T. (2020). Printgets: an Open-Source Toolbox for Designing Vibrotactile Widgets with Industrial-Grade Printed Actuators and Sensors. In International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design (HAID). Montreal, Canada.