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Offerman, Celine (author)
Correctly processing accumulated information is beneficial for our survival. Berghman and Hekkert (2017) argue that this is why we humans derive pleasure from having a sense of aesthetics. These aesthetic experiences can be seen as our brain’s reward system for correctly perceiving and interpret- ing the world around us. While our senses have...
master thesis 2023
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Wang, Ziyi (author)
Orthopedic surgeries are identified as one of the most noisy surgeries inside the OR (operation room). The highest noise sound level could reach up to around 130 dB, which is harmful to patients’ well-being and are likely to evoke negative feelings during surgery. In the previous study investigating the emotional experience of patients who...
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Hagens, Emma (author)
In the Netherlands, the healthcare sector is facing increasing staff shortages and the demand for adequately trained healthcare personnel is expected to increase in the coming years. Shortages in obstetric care mean that not all women and their partners receive the care they need before, during and after pregnancy. To counter these shortages,...
master thesis 2022
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Gomez Beldarrain, Garoa (author)
Vehicle automation will increasingly release car drivers from driving tasks, allowing them to engage in previously inconceivable activities. Experiential components are therefore expected to become central in human automotive mobility. In this context, the design of future in-vehicle experiences is a research gap to still discover, that concerns...
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Catlett, Joseph (author)
This paper aims to evaluate which automated measures of aesthetic beauty are the best predictors for human ratings of aesthetics and proposes that typicality and novelty may increase the correlation between the two. To study the correlation between these metrics, a literature study was performed to find a select amount of potentially good...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Çelebi, Betul Irmak (author)
Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) brought rapid developments in generating synthetic images by mimicking structures in the training data. With the list of application of GANs growing drastically, it has lately become an exciting technology to explore for designers to communicate their ideas and arts through technology and create engaging...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Rahman, Moshiur (author)
Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) can create artwork images and we need effective ways of rating their aesthetic values. This could help us determine the most aesthetic artwork images (and identify the GANs that created them) and train GANs to produce more aesthetic artwork images in the future. In this research, we analyzed the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Nguyen, Bill (author)
Despite the fact that climate change is becoming increasingly dangerous and prevalent, there is still a lack of public engagement. This can be explained by the fact that the media portrays climate change as an abstract concept. The message can be more effectively communicated through visual art because it is more likely to invoke emotional...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Manglani, Neel (author)
The increase in global internet users brings forth a vast amount of social media users and therefore opinions that are shared online. A subset of those users, adolescents, seem to develop some sort of addiction towards social media, which could lead to low life satisfaction. This paper tries to extract trending topics and their relation to well...
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Achilleos, Andreas (author)
With the COVID-19 pandemic testing humanity worldwide in unforeseen ways, wellbeing assessment has stepped to the foreground of individual health status. Conversational User Interfaces (CUIs) prove promising as an assessment tool, but lacking the means to retain users engaged during the process. This research aims to explore a solution...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Trasberg, Markus (author)
With the surge of mental health issues during COVID-19, more emphasis has turned towards assessing wellbeing. At the same time, recent advances in AI have shown huge potential in a variety of fields. However, few solutions are available at the intersection of those two fields. This research explores how the use of transformer models like GPT-3...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Eijkelkamp, Charlotte (author)
A decrease in wellbeing worldwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic called for ways to assess wellbeing in a scalable and adequate manner. Conversational User Interfaces (CUIs) seem suitable, however, applying them optimally in certain contexts remains a challenge. This study aims to find ways to make CUIs more engaging and have a better experience...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Groenendijk, Mark (author)
Due to COVID-19 the overall wellbeing worldwide decreased. Assessing and improving wellbeing became a more important subject. This article describes the design research that uses the My Wellness Check survey created by the Delft University for Technology and aims to create a dashboard for wellbeing. That includes a way of authenticating users to...
bachelor thesis 2022
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