Health: Wearable Technologies and wearers’ experiences in ultra-personalization (copy 1)
ONLINE PROGRAM JUNE 18
17:45 – 18:00 pm: Presentation by Svetlana Mironcika via YouTube
18:10 – 18:45 pm: Q&A Session on Zoom
Very soon we will enjoy garments and wearables that are mass-produced but personalized based on our unique body shapes and needs. While these developments are exciting, up until now little attention was paid to wearers’ experiences during body data collection. In this talk we will share insights from the study we run at the Eindhoven University of Technology and our vision on technological developments that will make personal data collection a comfortable process.
Svetlana Mironcika is an interaction designer and researcher of interactive and smart products and services that address and appeal to the human body and bodily skills, this includes smart garment design, design for motorics, design for kinesthetic sense. She is currently a PhD candidate in Future Everyday group, department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology where her research focuses on co-creation processes of ultra-personalized wearables and garments. Her project is a part of the Dutch national project NextUPPS funded by NWO.
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