via Spiritual Technologies 2.0.
John Dupuy and Javi Otero speak to Neema Moraveji, PhD, head of Stanford University's Calming Technology Lab and co-founder of Spire, the first activity tracker for state of mind, breath, and mindfulness.
Neema Moraveji heads Stanford University’s Calming Technology Lab and is the co-founder of Spire, the first activity tracker for state of mind, breath, and mindfulness. He teaches “d.compress: Designing Calm” at Stanford’s School of Design, and his work has been covered in the NY Times, WSJ, NPR, and others. Prior to Stanford, he led the Asia Center for Interaction Design at Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing. Dr. Moraveji received his B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland at College Park’s HCI Lab and his M.S. from Carnegie Mellon University’s HCI Institute.