Stress Management Augmented Reality Tool Survey

Would you like to be involved in the design of an augmented reality application to help control stress?

What is the research about?

This research is concerned with investigating and designing a tool to help Autistic people to manage stress. At Edinburgh Napier we are exploring the role that augmented reality technology could play for people on the autism spectrum. A mobile application could monitor data from body movement and use audio-visual technology to manage stress. This initial survey is designed to identify things that might create stress within people with autism.

Who can take part?

Participants should have had a formal autism diagnosis, or are caring for someone with autism, and are between 18 and 70 years of age.

What does the survey involve?

Participants will be asked a series of questions based on:

  • Current use of technology
  • Potential for a new application
  • Identifying triggers that may create stressful situations for people with autism.
  • If you have any questions before taking part, or would like to find out more, please feel free to contact John using the email link below.
  • The link to the survey is here:
  • https://survey.napier.ac.uk/n/zz6e1.aspx
  • (Please copy and paste the text link into a browser if the hyperlink does not work)
  • Many thanks for your participation.
  • Dr John McGowan
    Lecturer in Interactive Audio

If you have any questions before taking part, or would like to find out more, please feel free to contact John or Iain using the email link below. 

Dr John McGowan

Lecturer in Interactive Audio

T: +44 (0) 131 455 2461

E: j.mcgowan@napier.ac.uk

Dr Iain McGregor

Programme Leader in Sound Design

T: +44 (0) 131 455 2788

E: i.mcgregor@napier.ac.uk

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