Videoworks, constantly aiming at improving the comfort and the quality of life at home and onboard, decided to connect technology and emotions, and put the Artificial Intelligence at the service of the user’s wellbeing.
A sophisticated software maps a space where the user’s emotions gain shape and translate into a game of lights, music and images, allowing him to live a true sensorial experience: a journey inside himself. The environment is able to understand the feelings of the user and to interpret them, setting its own conditions accordingly.
The result is a completely customised space, a unique environment that reflects the user’s mood. The project is called ‘Mood Meter’, presented at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018 as a showcase: an ‘emotional room’ equipped with a technology whose algorithm is based on the human neural network.
The user enters the Mood Meter, sits down, selects a music type among pop, rock, classic and latin music, and immediately the room starts playing a randomly chosen emotional video. The videos in the room’s library represent a wide range of emotions from fear to joy.
While the user watches the video, the sensors in the room map his emotions and translate them into a specific set: in real time, at the end of the video, a playlist belonging to the person starts, and the lights in the room turn into a colour in line with the user’s emotions. The environment suddenly mirrors the user’s feelings.