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|Title:||Sensing and Visualizing Physiological Arousal|
|Abstract:||In order to create input devices that are capable of sensing and interpreting human affect from physiological measurements, most previous approaches have produced interfaces that are cumbersome and require overhead in setup and calibration. Our goal was to create a minimal interface that could still interpret human affect. The results from this input are visualized to inform the user about his or her own state. We describe our simple tangible interface that requires no configuration, minimal explanation and does not require known actions from the user. This interface collects galvanic skin response (GSR) date and creates a visualization of this data.|
|Appears in Collections:||Carpendale, Sheelagh|
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