Designing For Meaningfulness: A Case Study Of A Pregnancy Wearable For Men

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In this paper, we describe a case study of Fibo -- a pregnancy wearable for men (and non-pregnant partners) which allows a partner to feel the movements of their unborn child via a wearable jewellery device. Fibo, in its current state, is a jewellery device housing four pearls which are attached to a servo motor simulating a fetus' movement. We explore… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/3064857.3079126

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@inproceedings{Carpenter2017DesigningFM, title={Designing For Meaningfulness: A Case Study Of A Pregnancy Wearable For Men}, author={Vanessa Julia Carpenter and Dan Overholt}, booktitle={Conference on Designing Interactive Systems}, year={2017} }