Amidst the heightened stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic, “better respiration” feels like an intuitive topic to tap into for various reasons.
Improving our breathing can have an underestimated impact on overall health. Humans take up to to 22,000 breaths (12–16 per minute) in an incredible 1,500 miles (2414 km) length of airways and 2,000 gallons (7570 liters) of air is exchanged over the course of a day — the size of a swimming pool. The respiratory illness COVID-19 is caused by a type of coronavirus called the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).
My heart goes out…
Most of us are constantly interacting with a user interface though we hardly notice it. Whether it is on our laptop at work or our cellphones that we carry everywhere a large portion of our day-to-day experiences involve dealing with UIs.
What if we reverse the roles? But what if the interface was interacting with us? Influencing us through the colors they project and fonts they choose. Breathing.AI is at the forefront of adaptive interfaces, tapping into their potential for wellness and well-being.
But it’s not all sunshine…
Do you know your heart’s favorite color?
AI does. It can now detect your nervous system’s signals as you use your device screen.
New technological developments using artificial intelligence with existing hardware and software can fundamentally alter our use of screen-based technologies. It is now possible to detect the screen users’ nervous systems via a selfie position, web cameras, and machine learning. The next aim is to adapt screen interactions to the users’ autonomic nervous systems’ activity.
Screens and stress