This study empowers knowledge workers to take ownership of health interventions.
New, smart products help office-workers improve their unhealthy working habits (e.g. bad posture). However, these products often have a narrow use case, and lack transparency in their data collection. Habilyzer presents a set of open-ended plug and play sensors which facilitate curiosity-driven inquiry into working habits. These can be deployed in any way, driven by the user’s area of interest; if you’re restless, stick a sensor on your feet to measure foot tapping! This study empowers knowledge workers to take ownership of health interventions.
|Eindhoven University of Technology, Industrial Design
|Tjeu van Brussel