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Wearing Emotions

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Paper presented at XIV International Conference on "Information Visualisations" by IEEE - London South Bank University, London (UK), 26-29 july 2010 …

Paper presented at XIV International Conference on "Information Visualisations" by IEEE - London South Bank University, London (UK), 26-29 july 2010

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  • 1. Wearing Emotions Physical representation and visualization of human emotions using wearable technologies Salvatore Iaconesi [ salvatore.iaconesi@artisopensource.net ] FakePress [ http://www.fakepress.it ]
  • 2. introductions Salvatore Iaconesi
  • 3. next step publishing no books multi-author, open-ended, ubiquitous narratives publishing for bodies, objects, architectures, places
  • 4. A question: How do you publish EMOTIONS ?
  • 5. EMOTIONS
  • 6. EMOTIONS physiological physiological arousal psychological conscious experience cultural behaviour
  • 7. Stoics Plato Aristotele Descartes EMOTIONS Spinoza Hume Broca James-Lange Cannon Bard Arnold Simon Lazarus Plutchik Zajonc Ekman Panksepp Damasio Solomon Prinz Frijda ...
  • 8. EMOTION THEORIES prefrontal cortex somatic James-Lange homeostatic Cannon-Bard neurobiological cognitive perceptual two-factor affective component-process
  • 9. EMOTION DISCIPLINES humanistic communication sciences neuroscience psychology economics law anthropology education linguistics design political sciences sociology philosophy robotics computer science artificial intelligence systems theory
  • 10. VISUALIZING EMOTIONS
  • 11. We feel fne (Jonathan Harris & Sep Kamvar)
  • 12. JJ, empathic network visualization (Golan Levin)
  • 13. Synesketch (Uroš Krčadinac)
  • 14. Emotionally vague (Orlagh O'Brien)
  • 15. Twistory (Amy Hoy, Thomas Fuchs)
  • 16. Pulse (Markus Kison)
  • 17. Biomapping (Christian Nold)
  • 18. Realtime emotions (FakePress)
  • 19. Hugshirt (Cutecircuit)
  • 20. Emotion board (IFE Wearable computing, Zurich)
  • 21. Wearable absence (Barbara Layne, Janis Jefferies)
  • 22. GER: Galvanic Extimacy Responder (kristin neidlinger)
  • 23. Smart Second Skin (Jenny Tillotson)
  • 24. The Emotional Wardrobe (Lisa Stead)
  • 25. Philips SKIN
  • 26. ... and many others
  • 27. the Body visualizes EMOTIONS
  • 28. phisically blushing
  • 29. phisically sweating
  • 30. phisically gestures
  • 31. phisically movements
  • 32. and culturally dance
  • 33. and culturally tattoos
  • 34. publishing/visualizing EMOTIONS on/with the BODY
  • 35. for ART/AESTHETICS EXPRESSION COMMUNICATION ORGANIZATION SCIENCE CULTURE
  • 36. OBJECTIVE: research CONTEXT create GRAMMARS VISUALIZE/EXPERIENCE
  • 37. SENSOR COMPARATOR ACTUATOR
  • 38. 2 N 1 N remote
  • 39. ISSUES How do you recognize emotions?
  • 40. ISSUES How do you compare emotions?
  • 41. ISSUES How do you represent/share/aggregate/disseminate emotions? ?
  • 42. TALKERS PERFORMANCE
  • 43. TALKERS PERFORMANCE
  • 44. TALKERS PERFORMANCE WEB+ DANCER'S SOCIAL NETS BODY EXPERT SYSTEM LIVE MULTIMEDIA AUDIENCE ENVIRONMENT
  • 45. TALKERS PERFORMANCE ● people interact with touch interfaces, social networks and mobile phones ● interfaces are designed to express emotions through music, graphics... ● data is gathered and fed to expert system, to aggregate information ● aggregated emotions are used in groups to be visualized: ● dancer's body interprets information as body electric shocks ● video projection 1 generates representation using Plutchick ● video projection 2 generates interferences on vide input ● Speakers on body of dancer generate words according to monitored emotional state
  • 46. ONEAVATAR
  • 47. ONEAVATAR
  • 48. ONEAVATAR Physical Body connects to the Digital Body of the Avatar SENSES TRANSFORMS ENACTS PHYSICAL DIGITAL BODY BODY ENACTS TRANSFORMS SENSES Interactions transfer emotions across digital/analog boundaries
  • 49. ONEAVATAR
  • 50. ONEAVATAR
  • 51. ONEAVATAR
  • 52. CONFERENCE BIOFEEDBACK
  • 53. CONFERENCE BIOFEEDBACK
  • 54. CONFERENCE BIOFEEDBACK
  • 55. CONFERENCE BIOFEEDBACK
  • 56. CONFERENCE BIOFEEDBACK
  • 57. CONFERENCE BIOFEEDBACK
  • 58. THANK YOU

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