Workshop for designing biofeedback of driver’s state and emotion in automated vehicles
Different drivers’ states and emotions can affect negatively the driving performance. Recent advances in affective computing now give the opportunity to measure the users’ state or emotions using various sources of data such as physiological signals or voice samples. Conveying biofeedback in the car could help to make roads safer and improve users’ health and mental state during a ride in an autonomous car. This workshop aims at selecting the drivers’ hazardous states and emotions that are crucial to be assessed, as well as how to convey the appropriate biofeedback to the driver, using multimodal interaction in the car.
Emotional and Affective State
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13th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications
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