More than a feeling
Source: interactions, ACM Press, Volume 19, Issue 1 (2012)
Abstract: In this short article, I discuss the way in which human emotion has been theorised and is being measured/monitored through emerging technologies. I offer a brief critique of simplistic approaches that conflate arousal and emotion, and discuss some implications for designers of interactive technologies.
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