The End of Emotional Privacy is a suit that reads and stores the emotions of people. The project applies infrared sensor technology to simulate thermal vision and ‘read’ emotions. When standing in front of him, he reads the emotions of the user and transfers them as heat to the back of the suit, so that the wearer can feel and identify the emotions of other people. In a context of growing concern about data privacy, where corporations know who we are and what we want, The End of Emotional Privacy suggests a future in which our emotional states will be monitored, manipulated and monetized.
The End of Emotional Privacy is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed in the Master in Advanced Interaction in 2018 by:
Student: Martina Solés Caldés
Faculty: Luís Fraguada, Jonathan Minchin