Bin is a postdoc researcher exploring how to bridge the gap between biofeedback technology and people’s everyday lives by leveraging Human-computer interaction design. His research interests include bio-sensing technology, wearable technology, physiological computing, tangible interfaces, and ambient displays.
A mirror that lets you see inside yourself Biofeedback, like a mirror, enables individuals to see inside their body and improve self-regulation on their physiology to a healthy direction. However, for a long time, Biofeedback is considered only within the … Continue reading
Flowers for Life and Love Heart Bloom is a biofeedback device that collects heart rate data and visualizes it with the assistance of a pen plotter. The path and rhythm of the pen’s movements are dynamically coupled to physiological information, … Continue reading
To be a physiological resonance with the body RESonance is an immersive audio-visual biofeedback system that supports relaxation training should take an ‘ambient’ form beyond a GUI interaction paradigm. The system informs the users about their internal states (i.e., breath … Continue reading
Listen to the Inner Self Heart rate is regulated by the autonomic nervous system (ANS), producing a natural heart rate rhythm. When we are under chronic stress, the ANS activates the ‘fight-or-flight’ response constantly, which reduces the variability in our … Continue reading