Tacto/Contacto: Processos de Experienciação Háptica no Corpo Cíbrido

Palavras-chave: háptico, toque, gesto, contacto, corpo cíbrido, interface humano-máquina.

Resumo

Com o presente artigo proponho-me reavaliar a utilização do adjectivo “háptico” na sua relação com a intensificação da procura de tangibilidade entre ser humano e máquina, nomeadamente através de experiências multissensoriais possibilitadas por processos de realidade/virtualidade misturada. Partindo de uma tradição haptológica de linhas filosóficas, que tem oscilado entre “ocularcêntrica” e “tactilocêntrica”, o artigo explora ainda as noções de toque, de gesto e de contacto, nas suas mais variadas acepções, utilizando-se esta última para explorar a ideia de corpo cíbrido em processos de experienciação háptica com base na Interface Humano-Máquina (IHM).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830_3-1_5

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Publicado
2015-10-28
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Marques, Diogo. 2015. Tacto/Contacto: Processos De Experienciação Háptica No Corpo Cíbrido. MATLIT: Materialidades Da Literatura 3 (1), 73-97. https://doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830_3-1_5.
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