Wearables in practice: physiology and emotions

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This symposium featured presentations and workshops in which the (im)possibilities and design of applications of wearable biosensors are explored for care and forensic use cases involving (self)regulation of emotion and wellbeing. It included interaction and evaluation of real-time biofeedback on smart watches and learning opportunities concerning good practices in designing these technologies and analyzing the data in practice and for research. This symposium was visited by both care and forensic professionals as well as scientists from affective computing, health/clinical psychology and (industrial) design disciplines.
Period22 Sept 2017
Event typeWorkshop
LocationEnschede, NetherlandsShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational