MATURITY LEVEL being tested
In collabiration with MIT media lab
Hyundai Motor Group developed Little Big e-Motion, a mobility that helps child patients in the treatment process
This mini EV is equipped with Emotion Adaptive Vehicle Control (EAVC) technology that optimizes vehicle environment based on driver’s mood.
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center display in car
Virtual personal assistant
Little Big e-Motion avatar
heart rate monitoring
facial emotion recognition system
tablet for medical staff
child emotional state metrics
Convert the trip to treatment room into a fun game
The mini EV car picks up the child in his room and drops him in front of the examination room.
During the drive, the child will be guided step by step by a friendly avatar.
Inform medical staff on child condition
Emotional state assessment
Based on the EAVC technology, the car identifies the emotional state of a child patient.
Emotional state feedback
The car translates the child’s emotional condition into three states : « unstable », « getting better », and « stable ». The ground lighting color switches from red to green during those steps so medical staff and parents can see the evolution. The medical staff can follow the metrics on a tablet.
Prepare the child emotionally
The car helps child patients stabilize through breathing exercises with its inflatable belt that guides the child, along with the support of the Little Big e-Motion avatar. Scent is released to promote breathing exercise.
When approaching the examination time, the Little Big e-Motion avatar explains with a video the procedure so he knows what to expect.
food for thought ...
What about mobility as more than just transportation from point A to B, but a journey that helps you prepare for your destination?
How can technology help relieve stress, provide comfort, confidence or joy?
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