A research project - biosensing devices to track participants' heart rate and other biometric data, uncovering how they feel in different parts of Berlin.
A mindful city walk - engaging our body and senses to explore how the city influences our emotions.
We employ biosensing devices to track participants‘ heart rate and other biometric data as they walk through Berlin. This data aids in identifying nervous system reactions (= stress) in various urban public spaces, enhancing our understanding of the specific urban environments that influence perceived stress. The PhD project is conducted at TU Berlin, at the departments of architecture and biopsychology.
Do you want to experience the city in a new light? Taking a moment to reflect on how the city truly makes you feel? Actively paying attention to what you see and hear; transforming the city into your playground and seeking interactive ways to engage? Join me on one of my sensory city walks, where we’ll dedicate time to fully experience what we see, hear and feel; using our bodies to consciously move around.