Title EEG-Based Emotional Lighting Control for Improving User Concentration in Spatial Design
Authors 강세연(Kang, Se-Yeon) ; 지승열(Ji, Seung-Yeul) ; 전한종(Jun, Han-Jong)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.3.13
Page pp.13-22
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords EEG(Electroencephalography); Sensing Architecture; Emotional Lighting; User-Centered Design(UCD)
Abstract An intelligent system that takes into consideration both rational and emotional needs has the potential to create an optimized environment for specific conditions and enhance the understanding of the characteristics of diverse users. In this study, a sustainable lighting process is proposed that employs emotional lighting to sustain the user's focused state by analyzing real-time biometric data acquired through EEG and considering the correlation between illumination and concentration(ENG, engagement). Additionally, the user-centered emotional lighting process, which integrates EEG and lighting sensor technology, was analyzed and compared to the prevailing lighting standards by means of experiments. This research is significant as it offers a new analytical approach to sustainable design research that is customized to the requirements of architectural space users.