A. Psaltis

A. Psaltis
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens | uoa · Faculty of Communication & Media Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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5 Research Items
9 Citations
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Publications (8)
Conference Paper
This paper describes an interactive art installation, placed at a central location in Athens, that utilises live data from environmental sensors and maps them to visual, auditory, and tactile / kinaesthetic elements. The installation in question is multisensory in nature, since it employs ubiquitous computing technologies, various sensors, virtual...
Conference Paper
The paper presents an artwork, embedded in a public-use building complex, comprising four interactive, sight specific installations. The artwork employs ubiquitous computing technologies and a variety of other components (projector, LED matrix displays, physical and custom-made objects) to sense, collect and translate urban, environmental data and...
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In this research, we present an assessment study exploring the hypothesis that psychophysiological responses and associated facial expressions should differ significantly while players are engaged in free-form versus formally structured digital games. In the context of this study, real-time psychophysiological measurements of skin trans-conductance...
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This paper presents ATHsENSe, a multisensory interactive installation art project employing ubiquitous computing technologies, various sensors, virtual reality interfaces, multi-channel audio displays and interactive light structures. The project explores the concept of a smart city, through creatively translating the urban data produced by the env...
Chapter
Inferences of physiological responses are seen increasingly in dynamically adaptive environments, towards personalization, learning, and interactive instructional design. In search of conclusive interpretations, scientists consider bio-sensing and physiological metrics in addition to formal assessment methodologies. Devices developed for laboratory...
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Human emotion is a psycho-physiological state in most cases not obvious to the subject. Different permutations of emotional constituents sometimes cause similar outward expressions; therefore facial expression methods cannot achieve reliable estimates. Sensing physiological manifestations of hormonal and neural stimulations instigated by emotion an...
Chapter
The challenges in the development of a system performing real time detection of physiological parameters are fundamentally aversive because of the incommodities caused by the wires and sensing attachments onto the user, making the measurement sessions uncomfortable. Another factor is that the sensing accessories influence the plausibility of the me...
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The challenges in the development of a system performing real time detection of physiological parameters are fundamentally aversive because of the incommodities caused by the wires and sensing attachments onto the user, making the measurement sessions uncomfortable. Another factor is that the sensing accessories influence the plausibility of the me...

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Primary objective is to develop an effective tool for educators assisting them during teaching children with special needs. Detection of the subconscious cognitive activation of learners and visualisation into a scaled form projecting their corresponding levels of engagement is implemented by a purpose built device, measuring a combination of neurophysiological expressions. A new electronic bio-sensing system, developed entirely from first principles by the author, has introduced major usability features and having already produced promising validation results is going to be performance tested in actual teaching environments.