Sungjun Kwon

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As a smartphone is becoming very popular and its performance is being improved fast, a smartphone shows its potential as a low-cost physiological measurement solution which is accurate and can be used beyond the clinical environment. Because cardiac pulse leads the subtle color change of a skin, a pulsatile signal which can be described as(More)
We developed Exertainer, a sensor-enabled, interactive running entertainment system to support advanced exercise applications. We designed Exertainer to be used in urban environments where outdoor running is often not convenient or practical; as such, Exertainer and Exertainer running applications represent an attractive alternative to traditional treadmill(More)
Camera-based remote photoplethysmography (rPPG) enables low-cost, non-contact cardiovascular activity monitoring. However, applying rPPG to practical use has some limitations caused from the artifacts by illuminance changes. During watching a video in a dark room, for example, watching a TV at night without illuminance, there is a high correlation between(More)
Owing to advancements in daily physiological monitoring technology, diverse healthcare applications have emerged recently. The monitoring of skin conductance responses has extensive feasibility to support healthcare applications such as detecting emotion changes. In this study, we proposed a highly wearable and reliable galvanic skin response (GSR) sensor(More)
Ubiquitous medical technology may provide advanced utility for evaluating the status of the patient beyond the clinical environment. The iPhone provides the capacity to measure the heart rate, as the iPhone consists of a 3-axis accelerometer that is sufficiently sensitive to perceive tiny body movements caused by heart pumping. In this preliminary study, an(More)
Freezing of gait (FOG) is a common motor impairment to suffer an inability to walk, experienced by Parkinson's disease (PD) patients. FOG interferes with daily activities and increases fall risk, which can cause severe health problems. We propose a novel smartphone-based system to detect FOG symptoms in an unconstrained way. The feasibility of single device(More)
We designed and implemented a pervasive game called Swan Boat that targets the bland and tedious nature of running on a treadmill, making it fun through social interaction and immersive game play. We developed Swan Boat on top of PSD, a platform for pervasive games, and using the Interactive Treadmill hardware. We conducted a user study to evaluate our game.
In this paper, we propose Sinabro, an opportunistic and unobtrusive mobile electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring system that monitors the user's ECG opportunistically during daily smartphone use. Daily ECG monitoring will open up an unprecedented opportunity for pervasive healthcare applications. It will enable the daily detection and prevention of heart(More)
In this paper, we propose Sinabro, an opportunistic and unobtrusive mobile electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring system that monitors the user’s ECG opportunistically during daily smartphone use. Daily ECG monitoring will open up an unprecedented opportunity for pervasive healthcare applications. It will enable the daily detection and prevention of heart(More)
Heart rate variability (HRV) is known to be one of the representative ECG-derived features that are useful for diverse pervasive healthcare applications. The advancement in daily physiological monitoring technology is enabling monitoring of HRV in people's everyday lives. In this study, we evaluate the feasibility of measuring ECG-derived features such as(More)