PIV: Placement, Pattern, and Personalization of an Inconspicuous Vibrotactile Breathing Pacer

Pardis Miri
Pardis Miri
Robert Flory
Robert Flory
Heather Culbertson
Heather Culbertson
Richard H. Harvey
Richard H. Harvey
Agata Kelman
Agata Kelman
Davis Erik Peper
Davis Erik Peper

ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), pp. 1-44, 2020.

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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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