Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

MSc Digital Design students present project at DIS conference

Alexandra Gurita, Maria Soliman, Venus Chung, Will Neeteson

27 Jun 2019 17:16 | Faculty of Digital Media and Creative Industries

It’s nothing new that psychotherapists are making use of modern technology to assist in the treatment of their patients. But personalization remains challenging. Now, students of the Master Digital Design (Amsterdam University of Applied Science) have programmed and designed a system that could get therapists closer to the emotional state of the patient and help them adjust the course of the treatment in real-time. The project is being presented at this year’s Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) conference in San Diego.

The ACM conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) is the premier interdisciplinary conference for designers, artists, theorists, and practitioners in the field of digital creativity. DIS is highly selective in its review process and works featured there often set the trend in upcoming design and research.

Publishing at DIS is a badge of honour for researchers worldwide. And now that includes Master Digital Design students Alexandra Gurita, Maria Soliman, Venus Chung, and Will Neeteson.

Read the full article on our website masterdigitaldesign.com.