The high unemployment rate, decreasing salary, and housing pressure, etc. in Taiwan have led to unhappiness and frustration among people. To address this problem, the question our team proposes for exploring a possible technological solution is: 'Is every one able to possess eudemonic well-being?' This study expects to identify a web/mobile-based Orange Technology application that enables the sense of eudemonic well-being of its users. Because happiness (i.e., a subjective measure of eudemonic well-being) is shown to be resulted from being socially connected, such application could be a 'social communication and interactive tool' that handles interactions between a pair or group of users. The targeted users are those whose ages fall between the generations X and Y (twenties to forties). The adopted technologies include those for developing web platforms (e.g., web-based programming languages and protocols) and analyzing real time data (e.g., Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition, Cross-Correlation, and Relaxed Variable Kernel Density Estimation).