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Viberate- an affective intelligent wearable that reacts to increase of arousal

According to Russel’s circumplex model of affect, emotions can be classified according to their amplitude (low-high) and their valence (unpleasant- pleasant). Arousal can be measured by Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) sensors which basically measure the amount of sweat produced by one’s sweat glants. Although we are aware of how we feel (happy, sad, angry, surprised

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Shimmer GSR Calibration

Shimmer is a wireless sensor platform developed by Shimmer Research that can be used either as a data logger of biosignals to be stored in an SD card or to capture different physiological data in real time. Currently Shimmer provide modules that can sense motion through Gyroscopes and Accelerometers, vital signs and bio signal (ECG,

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