Alexandra E. Guriţă, Maria Soliman, Will Neetson-Lemkes, Venus Chung, Nicolai B. Hansen, Genèviéve Korte, Mirjam Vosmeer,
Companion Publication of the 2019 on Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2019
Current studies unveil the potential of using new technologies for emotion recognition. However, bio-feedback sensors, which can be a fruitful source of data are not explored in relation to additional stimuli. The following demo explores the opportunity of how dynamic visualization stimuli and bio-feedback sensors might provide insight into mental states that the user is
not aware of. The system design is the result of a project undertaken by the authors to employ the potential of this type of sensors in the context of therapies. Early results suggest a correlation between the visualization and the emotions of users, as well as users’ interest and engagement with the system. Further research can be beneficial for creating a greater
therapy experience, as well as generating new user testing methods and developing game interactions that would make use of those variables.