Design Research of Augmented Realty Plant to Depressurize on Office Ladies
Melancholia is regarded as one of the three major diseases by World Hygiene Organization of United Nations. By using two stage questionnaires with virtual plant (named Green Point) design, research focuses on what is the office lady pressure comes from and what product could release her stress? The result reveals that career women have the positive evaluation in the aspect of degree of satisfaction of virtual plant. Being asked for which virtual planting tension-relieving product design style is more likeable, career women prefer pure fashion and lovely look, and have a deep impression on nature and creativity.
KeywordsAdaptive and augmented interaction Augmented Realty Depressurize Office Ladies
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