PIV: Placement, Pattern, and Personalization of an Inconspicuous Vibrotactile Breathing Pacer
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), pp. 1-44, 2020.
We describe the design and evaluation of PIV, a personalizable and inconspicuous vibrotactile breathing pacer. Given the prevalence and adverse impact of anxiety and anxiety disorders, our goal is to develop a technology that helps people regulate their anxiety through paced breathing. We examined two previously unstudied questions: What...More
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