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Frisson Waves - Augmenting Aesthetic Chills in Music Perfromances

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Video duration
00:29:14
Language
English
Abstract
In this work, we propose Frisson Waves, an exploratory real-time system to detect, trigger and share frisson in a wave-like pattern over audience members during music performances. The system consists of a physiological sensing wristband for detecting frisson and a thermo-haptic neckband for inducing frisson.

Frisson is a feeling as well as an experience of physical reactions such as shivers, tingling skin, and goosebumps. In this work, we propose Frisson Waves, an exploratory real-time system to detect, trigger and share frisson in a wave-like pattern over audience members during music performances. The system consists of a physiological sensing wristband for detecting frisson and a thermo-haptic neckband for inducing frisson.
This research explores the framework for accessing, triggering and sharing frisson. This research aims to enhance live performances experience of using entrainment through facilitating interpersonal transmission of embodied sensation, frisson. We present background, concept design and system development.

https://dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/3476122.3484847

Talk ID
rc3-nowhere-294
Event:
rc3-2021
Day
1
Room
FeM Channel
Start
10 p.m.
Duration
01:00:00
Track
Medien
Type of
Talk
Speaker
Kai Kunze
Talk Slug & media link
rc3-2021-fem-294-frisson-waves-augmenting-aesthetic-chills-in-music-perfromances
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