Health promoting experiences in urban green space: A case study of a co-design toolkit based on feedbacks from fNIRS, IoT and game probes
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Original versionBerg A, Gulden T, Yazidi A, Mirtaheri PM: Health promoting experiences in urban green space: A case study of a co-design toolkit based on feedbacks from fNIRS, IoT and game probes. In: Meyer. PERVASIVEHEALTH - EAI 2019Other YearsPERVASIVEHEALTH - EAI 2018PERVASIVEHEALTH - EAI 2019Ethics and Malpractice StatementBack to COREPERVASIVEHEALTH - EAI13th EAI International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, 2019. European Alliance for Innovation http://dx.doi.org/10.4108/eai.20-5-2019.2283732
Promoting greener experience in urban areas is of utmost importance for urban development and for healthier cities. In this demo, we delineate a multi-disciplinary project for mapping the citizen experience and access to green spaces that can be used at a micro level context for promoting healthier actions, put in a macro level context. We sketch an intelligent monitoring system which collects a multitude of information including brain activities, stress levels, oxygen flow, and mobility data in order to make sense of the user experience in urban settings. The design of the system involves a group of experts (the authors) from different disciplines: health sciences, product design, game design, artificial intelligence and medical technology. We will present a mockup of the system at the workshop, a co-design toolbox and scenario, i.e., a visual or textual map of events illustrating a story of the journey of the interaction of a citizen with the system.