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Issue No.04 - Oct.-Dec. (2013 vol.12)
pp: 5-7
Hitomi Tsujita , University of Tokyo
Jun Rekimoto , University of Tokyo
ABSTRACT
Can technology influence people's mood? This department explores how we might induce emotion through the design of products and user interfaces. The authors describe different ideas and prototypes for motivating people to smile, which they argue will make people happier.
INDEX TERMS
Behavioral science, Psychology, Human factors, Emotion recognition, User interfaces,pervasive computing, HappinessCounter, emotion, prototypes, health, behavior change
CITATION
Hitomi Tsujita, Jun Rekimoto, "Smile-Encouraging Digital Appliances", IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol.12, no. 4, pp. 5-7, Oct.-Dec. 2013, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2013.73
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