Fatigue and burnout have become problems that are associated with remote and hybrid work. Those problems are driven by a number of factors including, for example, isolation, long working hours, cross-time zone work replacing in-person travel, sustained effort without a break, and a lack of a suitable home working environment. To address the challenge that was described above, various solutions are provided herein through several techniques. A first technique involves a personal relative video fatigue degradation monitor which measures the onset of fatigue over a given time period. A second technique involves a system that provides insights to reduce fatigue based on environmental sensor input for an online collaboration service.
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Griffin, Keith and Reed, Will, "PERSONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE INSIGHTS FOR AN ONLINE COLLABORATION SERVICE", Technical Disclosure Commons, (November 08, 2022)