Sensie is a first of its kind emotional wellbeing platform.
Sensie helps you learn your feelings, detect stress and reduce it using sensors on the smartphone.
By applying Artificial Intelligence techniques to sensor data from the gyroscope and accelerometer Sensie is able to detect micro-movements that represent the bodies response to stress.
Part science, part art, all parts fun!
Now with the Sensie blob, you can affect the blobs emotions with your own. Make the blob feel the way you do!
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Ratings and Reviews
UI is Beautiful, UX not so much
The app looks awesome. But, when I try to do the arm motion stuff, it continuously fails. I look forward to seeing the next update.
interesting way to gather data, conduct research (via activation codes), and still made it entertaining. nice work!!
Love the idea, unfortunately does not work
I had great expectations for this app. Unfortunately, it is fatally flawed in its current execution. I couldn't even get through calibration - you are supposed to do a positive and a negative calibration, but every time I tried, after the first part of the calibration process, it jumps back to the home screen with no way to complete calibration. So I never actually got to USE the app. I will leave it on my phone hoping that the developer will fix the app in a future update so I can write a review about actually using it as opposed to never being able to get it to work. As an additional note, I really dislike the childish presentation with a cartoon character which is supposed to indicate results and provide instructions. The app instructs the user to relax while saying that "you are a jelly bagel" and showing a cartoon picture of one - to me, this juvenile presentation is a complete distraction that takes my focus off of what it's supposed to be on while using the app. Who is the target audience for the app, 4 year olds...? Why not give the user a choice at least? Personally, I would like the instructions and results presented in a professional way, not by a cheesy cartoon character.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.