Unobtrusive Sensing of Psychophysiological Parameters [chapter]

Martin Ouwerkerk, Frank Pasveer, Geert Langereis
2008 Probing Experience  
The quantification of the human perception of experiences can be achieved by the sensing of specific psychophysiological parameters. A growing interest develops for the daily life use of these quantification techniques by unobtrusive and unnoticeable data collection. Remote and non invasive sensing technologies are discussed for the sensing of the following psychophysiological parameters: heart rate variability, and muscle stress. A generic miniature platform for miniature wireless sensing
more » ... cations is described as an important enabler for unobtrusive and unnoticeable sensing. The technology no longer seems to be a limiting factor for unobtrusive and unnoticeable sensing. Initially the sensors will be worn on the body, but ultimately implantable sensors will become widely accepted, allowing access to new parameters, such as hormone levels and body core temperature.
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6593-4_15 fatcat:jzuydzi3kjgonaccbtgtvrcrmu