Departing from the fascination of how space facilitating various activities could be personalized. I focused on the question how the sleep experience can be made more attractive by means of multisensory stimulation.
The installation includes a prototype for a mood tracker app that collects emotional and bodily data of the user. This personal data is stored in a database and used by an algorithm for the playback of the experience. This data profile determines the scent blend, hue and saturation of light and the sound. The product is placeable anywhere peaceful.
These sensory stimulations accompany a personal coach, called Luci. She will guide people with a busy life through their evening session of wind-down, relaxation and reflection upon their feelings, provoking them to be more mindful about their emotions. The system and personal coach encourage a learning process through self-monitoring.
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