Digital Interaction Design

Marina Metaxa

High intensity interval training is a very popular and widely practiced training technique across the globe, in which the subjects give 100% of their efforts through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short recovery periods. This workout style is very effective as it keeps the heart rate up, burns more fat and increases the metabolism without requiring any elaborate equipment. My project is based on the benefits of HIIT, and aims to motivate people to push themselves to their limits when working out alone.

Vima comes in the form of a wall installation and a floor mat. Embedded with an LED lighting system that flashes in a variety of ways and colours to dictate the intensity of the workout, it guides the user on how fast to perform the exercises and when to take the required breaks. Vima provides the correct time frames to perform HIIT and helps build consistency by allowing the users to fully immerse themselves in the workout.

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