The Amoeba device measures bio-data like breathing rate and pupil dilation to analyze the user's interest levels online.

Students of the Royal College of Art and Imperial College joint Innovation Design Engineering course have developed a 3D-printed wearable device that records biometric data to evaluate the user’s interest in a piece of content while they are browsing online.

Developed by Sanya Rai, Florian Puech, and Carine Collé, Amoeba is a headset with built-in sensors that measure bio-data like breathing rate, pupil dilation, and skin conductance, and evaluates the wearer’s interest in what they are looking at.

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