There is rapid progress in the advancement of user interfaces. One such advancement is enabling the sense of touch, or haptics, as part of the interface. Haptic devices are seeing growth in many types of applications such as gaming and medical simulation. Assessing the quality of experience (QoE) of the user is necessary to evaluate how the user perceives such interfaces. The QoE is a user-centric parameter that shifts the paradigm of evaluation from the technology itself to the user.