Augmented Human Experience: Spatial Augmented Reality and Physiological Computing

Abstract : Human Computer Interfaces are in constant advance. Current research focuses on moving the interaction out of the limited reach of computers into the environment, but the focus is still on performance. The maturity of physiological sensors enables interaction that takes into account the user's inner state, but users are not really aware of such states. It is possible to take a step further and expose those inner states to the user, which have been shown to increase well-being. This talk will include an introduction to the joint field and a set of projects that work towards building an augmented humane experience.
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ETIS - European Tangible Interaction Studio Winter School, Jan 2016, Fribourg, Switzerland. ETIS 16, 2016, 〈http://www.etis.estia.fr/etis-2016.html〉
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Joan Sol Roo, Renaud Gervais, Jérémy Frey, Martin Hachet. Augmented Human Experience: Spatial Augmented Reality and Physiological Computing. ETIS - European Tangible Interaction Studio Winter School, Jan 2016, Fribourg, Switzerland. ETIS 16, 2016, 〈http://www.etis.estia.fr/etis-2016.html〉. 〈hal-01481762v2〉

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