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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 sensingdoi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6593-4_15 fatcat:jzuydzi3kjgonaccbtgtvrcrmu