Music-based respiratory biofeedback in visually-demanding tasks

  title={Music-based respiratory biofeedback in visually-demanding tasks},
  author={Rhushabh Bhandari and Avinash Parnandi and Eva Shipp and Beena Ahmed and Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna},
Biofeedback tools generally use visualizations to display physiological information to the user. As such, these tools are incompatible with visually demanding tasks such as driving. While auditory or haptic biofeedback may be used in these cases, the additional sensory channels can increase workload or act as a nuisance to the user. A number of studies, however, have shown that music can improve mood and concentration, while also reduce aggression and boredom. Here, we propose an intervention… CONTINUE READING