Case study: Biometric Social Interaction
How do people socially interact when they are aware of their biosignals?
Playing with the social domain, we explore how people interact and react physiologically through the use of biometrics sensors including thermal output, heart rate, brain activity, posture, movement, and mechanical body reaction.
This was the second experiment in biometrics that we have done. The first was the Critical Corset, a corset that tightens when the wearer's heart rate goes up. The third is our current project, Biometric Social Interaction at Festival della Creativita in Florence, Italy where we'll try something entirely new. Read about the festival here.
Want to know more? Contact our awesome Vanessa Carpenter via email.