Feedback på din hemmaträning
: En analys av designförslag för ett korrigerande verktyg via projektion

Translated title of the thesis: Feedback on your at home exercising: An analysis on design proposals for a corrective tool through projection
  • Cherstin Hernandez
  • Maya Kronman

Student thesis: Bachelor


In this paper, design for visual corrective feedback through projection in at-home-exercising environments is compared to see what design and what design combinations would be usable and most understandable. With the Covid 19 pandemic it has become more actual to start exercising from home instead of going to gyms and increase the infection risk of the virus. However, with most homes not having all the helpful tools that the gyms might have (eg. mirrors and instructors), leads to practitioners not exercising the correct way which in turn might lead to the practitioners receiving injuries rather than the desired results. Early on in the research on digital tools for at home exercising, a knowledge gap came to view. Research and drafts do exist but solutions for at home exercising were rare to nonexistent. With the help of previous research and course literature as a base for design, three proposals were made. Those proposals were used in qualitative interviews to judge and critique the presented proposals. After the interviews, the presented design proposals were reevaluated to give a usable and understandable design proposal of visual corrective feedback through projection.

Date of Award2021-Jun-17
Original languageSwedish
SupervisorMartin Wetterstrand (Supervisor) & Kari Rönkkö (Examiner)

Educational program

  • Digital design

Courses and Subjects

  • Informatics

University credits

  • 15 HE credits

Swedish Standard Keywords

  • Human Computer Interaction (10204)
  • Interaction Technologies (21103)


  • workout from home
  • physical exercise feedback
  • human-centered-computing-interaction devices
  • exercise tools
  • design for physical exercising
  • visual projection feedback

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