From the #mediaX2015 Conference “Writing the Code for Personal Relevance”; Joyce Westerink, Principal Researcher, Philips Research, studies how physiological signals like heart beats or skin conductance can reflect your state of mind. With wearable technologies signals can be used to continuously measure how people feel in their everyday life. In this talk, Joyce discusses how monitoring physiology can serve to make people more aware of what exactly is affecting their personal state of mind, for instance what causes stress. Taking personalization one step further, you can also use the psychophysiological signals in a closed loop in order to continuously adapt the user’s mood, e.g., through optimized music selection.
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