Ubiquitous Biofeedback Serious Game for Stress Management

  title={Ubiquitous Biofeedback Serious Game for Stress Management},
  author={Hussein Al Osman and William Haiwei Dong and Abdulmotaleb El-Saddik},
  journal={IEEE Access},
Serious games augment utilitarian applications with an entertainment dimension. Hence, information pertaining to a utilitarian objective is seamlessly incorporated into the gaming scenario. In this paper, we present the concept of ubiquitous biofeedback serious games (UBSGs), a family of games that integrate biofeedback processes in their operation. They rely on physiological inputs collected from the player through biological sensors for game control. These physiological inputs are converted… CONTINUE READING
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