It is claimed that art is the most potent form of emotional communication.
An example is to observe paintings or photographs of bright, open landscapes that often evoke a feeling of beauty, relaxation or happiness. Similarly, visual images that are dark and/or obscure typically elicit emotions of anxiety and fear.
Totally unique and groundbreaking, ArtPlayer can display artworks and nature pictures based on your selected mood setting: Happy, Sad, Calm, Excited, Awed, Disgusted, Angry or Afraid. This is done using artificial intelligence and advanced machine learning algorithms. The background music will also adapt to the emotional expression of the images and thus reinforce the chosen mood.
ArtPlayer mood control can be used to edutainment in museums and libraries or to generate an appropriate ambience in locations such as hotels and restaurants. But also to improve patient surroundings in hospitals and nursing homes and especially as a mood regulation tool or even digital medicine for patient therapy and healing.
ArtPlayer seems to slow heart rate, lower blood pressure and reduce levels of stress hormones. It can also provide some relief to heart attack and stroke victims and patients undergoing surgery. Finally, ArtPlayer can relieve stress. It can improve mood, even in people with depression. And it can lower heart rates, breathing rates and oxygen demands in patients who have recently suffered a heart attack.