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|Title:||Heartefacts: Augmenting Mobile Video Sharing Using Wrist-Worn Heart Rate Sensors|
|Keywords:||HR;Smartwatch Interaction;Affective Computing;Mobile Computing;Video Artefacts|
|Abstract:||An increasing share of our daily interactions with others is mediated through mobile communication technologies. People communicate via text, emoticons, emojis and rich media such as video. We explore the design of Heartefacts, short video clips composed of highlights determined by heart rate changes while watching videos. Our survey investigated video sharing behaviour, and our feasibility study examined the possibility of detecting highlights in videos by monitoring people’s heart rates measured with off-the-shelf wristworn sensors. Our results show that people do indeed have measurable responses with respect to their heartbeat patterns to six different emotions elicited by video clips. We compare video highlights verbally identified by our participants to physiological highlights as indicated by their heart rate data and also discuss and compare the automatically generated Heartefacts with video highlights created by an expert in video art. We close with design considerations for Heartefacts in mobile technology.|
|Appears in Collections:||Carpendale, Sheelagh|
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