Data integration facilitates the study of emotions
Jean-Marc Diverrez, from b<>com Institute of Research and Technology, France talks about data integration and measuring emotions. He hopes that the projects will go out of the lab and into the real world. He looks into all kinds of new technologies and sensors to better measure and thus understand emotions.
Watch the video to learn more about how Jean-Marc Diverrez synchronizes data in order to measure emotions in lab environments and in the field.
With its innovations, the Institute of Research and Technology (IRT) b<>com is taking part in the European digital transformation. Its 230 researchers develop tools, products, and services that make everyday life easier. They focus on two fields of research: Hypermedia (ultra-high definition images, 3D sound, smart content, virtual and augmented reality) and more agile ultra-high speed networks (cloud, cybersecurity, ultra-high speed mobile, network resilience, Internet of Things). Of the many fields of application for these technologies, e-health has allowed b<>com to participate in the digital revolution going on in medicine. Founded in 2012 through a public/private partnership, the IRT gathers the best experts from industry and academia at its campus in Rennes, and at its sites in Paris, Lannion and Brest. Please visit www.b-com.com for more information.
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