The video shows the presentation of the paper titled “Wearing Emotions: Physical representation and visualization of human emotions using wearable technologies” presented at the IV10 (Information Visualization 2010) conference at South Bank‘s college in London, on July 26th, 2010.
The paper and presentation describe a research process focused on the scientific research, design and implementation of wearable devices able to display human emotions – be them individual, group or global – on physical bodies.
The devices created in the process have been used to create 3 artistic performances as both proofs of concepts and as innovative forms of artistic and aesthetic expression: Talkers performance, OneAvatar and Conference Biofeedback.
the slides relative to the presentation can be found here:
the video can be found here:
on Art is Open Source:
the IV10 conference website:
Art is Open Source:
xDxD.vs.xDxD July 31st, 2010
Tags: affective computing, art, conference, design, emotional technologies, emotions, ethnography, information aesthetics, information visualization, interaction design, interactivity, lecture, performance, wearable technologies