DIG IN – Digitalized Well-being
The main purpose of DIG IN is to show that the operator well-being can be measured digitally and to demonstrate how real-time data can be visualized and presented for the operator. Four technical devices that measure physiological data (heart rate frequency, EEG, arousal and temperature), have been tested in this project during:
- 13 lab-experiments to investigate how external factors (light, sound and temperature) affect operator experience and performance.
- 5 user studies where three activities were carried out to test the devices usability.
The goal of this project was to present a demonstrator where well-being is measured digitally and presented in a simple and relevant way.