Automatic emotion detection provides valuable insight into human-machine interaction measuring the users’ direct response and is therefore often used in this type of research.
Museums, zoos, theme parks, and aquariums all observe the behavior of their visitors in order to find the best ways to entertain and educate.
More and more, scientists across a wide spectrum of research backgrounds are recognizing the relevance of psychophysiological methods.
Controlled conditions and accurate data recording are key in scientific success and a stationary lab provides these controlled conditions while allowing scientists to observe test participants unobtrusively.
Classroom behavior is often difficult to follow as researchers simply don’t have enough eyes and ears to catch everything that happens.
For those who aren’t familiar with Elmo, let’s meet him! Elmo is a Muppet character on the children’s television show Sesame Street.
Measure eating behaviors and consumers likes and dislikes
Wouldn’t every researcher want to automate certain measurements and save valuable time? In the 1800s, the study of eye movements for instance was done by means of direct observations!
A few years ago it might have seemed quite futuristic, but nowadays researchers are more and more developing and building living labs and smart homes.
The human face provides a number of signals essential for inter-personal communication. It is one of our most direct means of communication and allows us to recognize someone’s affective state and intentions.