By Shuichi Fukuda

This ebook describes the real position of emotion in a hyper-connected society and the way product improvement and manufacture switch. It explores how our paintings and way of life should be stricken by impending applied sciences and provides key study on multisensory informatics, some of the most very important instruments for benefiting from emotion.

This fourth quantity of the Emotional Engineering sequence makes a speciality of the human concerns with regards to Cyber actual platforms, or Industrie 4.0, and discusses the real function emotion performs in those clever environments. Introducing comparable works within the box of multisensory learn, which offer the elemental instruments for changing into context- and scenario conscious during this forthcoming innovative society, it discusses not just the adjustments in construction and product improvement this new revolution will result in, but additionally highlights how emotion performs a vital function in making us satisfied in one of these hooked up society and in bringing approximately harmonization among human and human, among human and computing device and, final yet now not least, in retaining an excellent work-life balance.

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Moreover, a joke-telling culture in Europe or the USA will be different from a joke-telling and humor-sharing culture in, for example, Arabic countries. A Hollywood culture that has embraced icons as Marilyn Monroe will be more receptive to jokes about dumb blondes than a culture where women are expected to cover their hair or both face and hair. Obviously, there is more about humor than jokes. Humor appears in sitcoms, in movies, and on stage, but humor also appears in the street, in public spaces, and on public transport.

But as to the separation of attributes, there are other examples we should be aware of. Prof. Shigeru Ban, architect who received the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize, developed homes and other architectures using papers. His idea is very much associated with paper folding. Most of us think that thin paper is weak so we cannot 28 S. Fukuda build an architecture with it. But weakness is a property related to strength and rigidity is another. But most of us fail to discriminate them. 3). 3 Cardboard Cathedral (exterior) 2 Composing a Product Network for Emotional Performance 29 Many architects are now paying attention to papers, and they are pursuing paper architecture [2].

Automotive companies call it a platform and they put on different kinds of modules on top of it to characterize their models. But the same idea was already carried out in truck industry from long time ago (Fig. 1). The identical chassis can be used for all purposes. But the cargo body has to be developed case by case to meet different needs. So truck producers divide the chassis and cargo body, and different companies develop and produce them. Passenger car industries are just following suit. 26 S.

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