Lorenzo Polo
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EMOTIVA - IoT

 

 

EMOTIVA - Smart Headset

EMOTIVA is a system in which emotional states are the centre of an alternative social network. In this social media, smart headsets are able to monitor and then transfer to the other users, with no filters, people’s emotional brain activity through the Internet.

How would that affect social interaction?

#The Internet of Things  #Social interaction #manipulating emotions #Speculative Design #Critical Design #Provocative

 

 

THE APP

 

 

HOW IT WORKS

 

 

RESEARCH

 

IDEATION PROCESS - MOODBOARD

Video by: Simon Schmitz

THEORETICAL REFERENCES

 

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read my interview for TelenorConnexion about Emotiva!