I'm a PhD student with Kasper Hornbæk at the department of Computer Science in Copenhagen, Denmark.
My research topics currently are eTextiles and haptic feedback.
My broader research interest is HCI that focuses on the physical human body as an active agent in the world.
I describe my research interests in more detail in a recent Graduate Student Consortium submissium at TEI.
I am proud to have received an honorable mention for my CHI paper "Generating Haptic Textures with a Vibrotactile Actuator".
I also feel honored to collaborate with some extremely talented textile artists and researchers: Rachel Freire, Cedric Honnet & Maurin Donneaud.
We presented a demo at TEI on designing eTextiles for the body and will be presenting
a full paper at NIME on a textile music controller. Please find links my recent research below:
Paul Strohmeier & Kasper Hornbæk. Generating Haptic Textures with a Vibrotactile Actuator. CHI '17
Maurin Donneaud, Cedric Honnet & Paul Strohmeier. Designing a Multi-Touch eTextile for Music Performances. NIME '17
Rachel Freire, Cedric Honnet, & Paul Strohmeier. Second Skin : An Exploration of eTextile Stretch Circuits on the Body. Demo, TEI '17.
Paul Strohmeier. Coupling Motion and Perception in Body Based UI. Graduate Student Consortium, TEI '17