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Loopsense: low-scale, unobtrusive, and minimally invasive knitted force sensors for multi-modal input, enabled by selective loop-meshing.

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Exploring Affordances of Surface Gestures on Textile User Interfaces., , , and . Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, page 1159-1170. ACM, (2021)Knitted Force Sensors., , , , , and . UIST (Adjunct Volume), page 77:1-77:3. ACM, (2022)spaceR: Knitting Ready-Made, Tactile, and Highly Responsive Spacer-Fabric Force Sensors for Continuous Input, , and . Proceedings of the 35th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, page 1–15. New York, NY, USA, Association for Computing Machinery, (Oct 28, 2022)The Sound of Textile: An Interactive Tactile-Sonic Installation., , , , , , and . ARTECH, page 95:1-95:3. ACM, (2021)Loopsense: low-scale, unobtrusive, and minimally invasive knitted force sensors for multi-modal input, enabled by selective loop-meshing., , and . CHI, page 862:1-862:17. ACM, (2024)