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Smart Devices Can Detect Mood, Help Track and Manage Emotions

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Researchers from Sweden and the U.K. have designed a smart device that measures bioelectrical signals produced by the conductance of our skin.

This information can indicate the user’s stress level, help sports performance and allow tracking of emotions. Data is collected from a Philips wrist-worn wearable sensor device that also includes an accelerometer to measure movement.

The researchers’ system displays information in the form of colorful spiral graphics in real time on a smart phone, as well as a recording of data, for the wearer to interpret and reflect on.

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