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Sensory Chairs: A System for Biosignal Research and Performance
Music and sound have the power to provoke strong emotional and physical responses within us. Although concepts such as emotion can be hard to quantify in a scientific manner there has been significant research into how the ...
Inner-Active Art: An examination of aesthetic and mapping issues in physiologically based artworks
Much art seeks to describe or stimulate the feelings and emotions of the viewer, through both abstract and literal representation. With the exponential increase in computing power over recent years we also seek new ways ...
Contagion of Physiological Correlates of Emotion between Performer and Audience: An Exploratory Study
Musical and performance experiences are often described as evoking powerful emotions, both in the listener/observer and player/performer. There is a significant body of literature describing these experiences along with ...
Biosignal-driven Art: Beyond biofeedback
Biosignal monitoring in interactive arts, although present for over forty years, remains a relatively little known field of research within the artistic community as compared to other sensing technologies. Since the early ...
AffecTech-an affect-aware interactive AV Artwork
(ISEA International, 2009)
New developments in real-time computing and body-worn sensor technology allow us to explore not just visible gestures using inertial sensors, but also invisible changes in an individual’s physiological state using bio-sensors ...
The Emotion in Motion Experiment: Using an Interactive Installation as a Means for Understanding Emotional Response to Music
In order to further understand our emotional reaction to music, a museum-based installation was designed to collect physiological and self-report data from people listening to music. This demo will describe the technical ...