The U.K. Maps Their Happiness With the iPhone

The U.K. Maps Their Happiness With the iPhone
Innovation

The mappiness app tracks human emotional states and environmental data to get an overall read on the country's temperament.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 27 september 2010

mappiness is a free iPhone application which tracks people’s feelings across the United Kingdom.   Created by George MacKerron and Susana Mourato of the London School of Economics and Political Science, the project aims to better understand how emotions are affected by a person’s immediate environment.

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