Wearable Technologies and wearers’ experiences
June 18 @ 17:45 - June 20 @ 18:45
EHV Innovation Cafe is a place for people from the arts, design, research and technology. It is a place people interact over organized events. Events usually are inspiring pitches, expert talks, discussions, workshops. Due to the current social distancing situation they are organizing events online. This Thursday EHV Innovation Cafe has organized a presentation by Svetlana Mironcika. It will be via Youtube on wearer’s experiences on wearable technologies.
More Information of the presentation:
Some believe, people will enjoy garments and wearable that are mass-produced but personalized. Personalized based on their unique body shapes and needs. Examples from the academic world and industry confirm this trend. Eye-wear, lingerie, shoes can already be produced based on personalization.
Research claims little attention is paid to wearers’ experiences especially during body data collection. For example, some studies suggest that 3D body scanning can negatively affect people since people find viewing their 3D visualization a shocking experience.
Svetlana Mironcika will share insights from the study held at the Eindhoven University of Technology. She will share their vision on technological developments that will make personal data collection a comfortable process.
About the speaker:
Svetlana Mironcika is an interaction designer and also researcher of interactive and smart products and services. Her Research address and appeal to the human body and bodily skills. She is currently a PhD candidate in Future Everyday group of the department of Industrial Design. Her focuses is on co-creation processes of ultra-personalized wearable and garments.
Wearable Technologies and wearers’ experiences in ultra-personalization | by Svetlana Mironcika | Thursday June 18th
Source: EHV Innovation Cafe
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