The Fi-Ni Reader is an automatic, realtime, facial expression recognition system which can identify emotion using input from a video camera or any other form of digital image.
With recognition rates exceeding that of all competing technologies, it has applications to human-computer and human-robot interaction, product marketing and emotional disorder therapies.
The Sym-Path System uses a wireless finger sensor to track biosignals (electrocardiogram, blood volume pulse, phalange temperature and galvanic skin response) that capture and identify dynamic, realtime emotional profiles.
With recognition rates exceeding that of all competing technologies, it has applications to product marketing, emotional disorder therapies, and shows promise in efforts to establish communication with those with neurological and motor disabilities.
The Emotional-Imaging Composer is a multimedia instrument that translates biosignals into responsive environments in real time. A wireless finger sensor captures dynamic, realtime emotional profiles, reading physiological signals to effectively map a person’s emotional state. These signals are then processed to generate a fluid collage of aural and visual images which, when projected into an environment created to receive them, creates a rich, external manifestation of the person’s internal emotional experience.
This interface opens for the first time an immersive realm of emotional discourse for use in applications ranging from the performing arts, emotional conferencing and online gaming to the treatment of phobias, anxiety, autism and other communication disorders.