Adaptive Room Personalizes Its Settings To Soothe Workplace Stress [Video]

Adaptive Room Personalizes Its Settings To Soothe Workplace Stress [Video]
Design

Philips creates a stress free-zone to help busy and delicate individuals recover their mindfulness.

Serena Chu
  • 18 november 2013

In collaboration with a dynamic team of academics and professionals in mental health, Philips created a healing space that adapts to meet individual stress-relieving needs. Depending on where users stand, the room changes its shape and soundscapes to create new calming ambient experiences. This open space is built to combat various work-related tensions such as burnout and anxiety. Ideally, this innovation will fit perfectly in hospitals, mental healthcare facilities and even airports.

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