Sensible Computers: Technologies that Enable Computers to Understand Human Emotion (27 Oct 2000)
This talk will present novel systems for detecting emotional state through physiological signals using wearable computers and embedded systems with bio-sensors and cameras. These systems were used in three experiments to detect emotion in an office environment, an ambulatory environment and while driving a car. Recognition results by the computer are comparable to those found by a humans in similar experiments.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/00-01/001028-healey.html
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