Microsoft's augmented reality headset may respond to user's 'stress levels'
May 15 , 2015
Tech giant Microsoft is looking at ways to make its augmented reality headset HoloLens respond to the stress levels of users.
The details of the plan have been described in a patent application.
According to the patent, the user’s heart rate, brainwave activity, sweat production, and other such bodily signals would be used to determine when to intervene to offer help.
However, according to some experts, such attempts could backfire as accurately interpreting such data might not be easy.
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