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Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder. / Nordstrøm Rasmussen, Christian ; Pakanen, Minna Anneli; Petersen, Marianne Graves.

Augmented Humans Conference 2021. red. / Jonna Häkkilä; Pedro Lopes; Thomas Kosch; Jun Nishida; Paul Strohmeier; Yomna Abdelrahman. New York : Association for Computing Machinery, 2021. s. 307-312.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

Harvard

Nordstrøm Rasmussen, C, Pakanen, MA & Petersen, MG 2021, Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder. i J Häkkilä, P Lopes, T Kosch, J Nishida, P Strohmeier & Y Abdelrahman (red), Augmented Humans Conference 2021. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, s. 307-312, Augmented Humans International Conference, Rovaniemi, Finland, 22/02/2021. https://doi.org/10.1145/3458709.3458995

APA

Nordstrøm Rasmussen, C., Pakanen, M. A., & Petersen, M. G. (2021). Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder. I J. Häkkilä, P. Lopes, T. Kosch, J. Nishida, P. Strohmeier, & Y. Abdelrahman (red.), Augmented Humans Conference 2021 (s. 307-312). Association for Computing Machinery. https://doi.org/10.1145/3458709.3458995

CBE

Nordstrøm Rasmussen C, Pakanen MA, Petersen MG. 2021. Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder. Häkkilä J, Lopes P, Kosch T, Nishida J, Strohmeier P, Abdelrahman Y, red. I Augmented Humans Conference 2021. New York: Association for Computing Machinery. s. 307-312. https://doi.org/10.1145/3458709.3458995

MLA

Nordstrøm Rasmussen, Christian , Minna Anneli Pakanen, og Marianne Graves Petersen "Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder"., Häkkilä, Jonna, Lopes, Pedro og Kosch, Thomas Nishida, Jun Strohmeier, Paul Abdelrahman, Yomna (red.). Augmented Humans Conference 2021. New York: Association for Computing Machinery. 2021, 307-312. https://doi.org/10.1145/3458709.3458995

Vancouver

Nordstrøm Rasmussen C, Pakanen MA, Petersen MG. Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder. I Häkkilä J, Lopes P, Kosch T, Nishida J, Strohmeier P, Abdelrahman Y, red., Augmented Humans Conference 2021. New York: Association for Computing Machinery. 2021. s. 307-312 https://doi.org/10.1145/3458709.3458995

Author

Nordstrøm Rasmussen, Christian ; Pakanen, Minna Anneli ; Petersen, Marianne Graves. / Designing Socially Acceptable Light Therapy Glasses for Self-managing Seasonal Affective Disorder. Augmented Humans Conference 2021. red. / Jonna Häkkilä ; Pedro Lopes ; Thomas Kosch ; Jun Nishida ; Paul Strohmeier ; Yomna Abdelrahman. New York : Association for Computing Machinery, 2021. s. 307-312

Bibtex

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abstract = "This paper presents an autobiographical design process aiming towards aesthetically pleasing light-therapy device that can be augmented on the body and in the everyday life of the wearer. The design (fig. 1) is meant for easing seasonal affective disorder symptoms through longer and less bright light therapy sessions (e.g., 2 hours with max 2500 Lux brightness) than with typical light box. The glasses were chosen as a formfactor as they allow user to accomplish other tasks, such as eating breakfast, commuting, or working while on a light therapy. The resulting design is moderately small and easy to integrate into everyday life through classical eye-glasses look and adjustable lighting output. First author's initial experiences in real-life use, however, indicate that the design is not completely socially acceptable as light output puts him too much on display.",
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