What's new in FaceReader 9

FaceReader is the most flexible tool for emotion analysis – not only can you create your own dashboard, it is also possible to define your own custom expressions!

What's new in FaceReader 9

FaceReader 9 brings you more analysis options and power, speeding up your research in addition to the unique features and benefits offered by FaceReader:

To gain accurate and reliable data about facial expressions, FaceReader is the most robust automated system that will help you out.

  • Clear insights into the effect of different stimuli on emotions

  • Very easy-to-use: save valuable time and resources

  • Easy integration with eye tracking data and physiology data


Improved Face Modeling

FaceReader 9 contains new and improved face finding and face modeling techniques, based on Deep Learning technology. It’s more accurate and much faster! FaceReader 9 can now model faces even in difficult pose or lighting.

Improved face modelling with FaceReader

Faster modeling technique

The new modeling technique increases FaceReader's processing speed, with the rate of processed frames per second more than doubled.


Project Analysis Module FaceReader 9

Enhanced Project Analysis

With the improved Project Analysis Module you can easily create charts and tables and compare responses to stimuli. The project analysis now also includes Action Units, heart rate and custom expressions, and can be used with Baby FaceReader.

You can design your own dashboard with tables or graphs of your choice, and easily compare responses between groups of participants. Groups can be created manually or automatically using independent variables.


New outputs

FaceReader 9 offers an increased number of outputs, varying from gaze direction, head position, and heart rate variability (HRV is available as part of the RPPG module).

FaceReader 9 offers an increased number of outputs

Analyze custom expressions with FaceReader

Custom Expressions

Since the introduction of Custom Expressions as a part of the Action Unit Module, we have been working on adding new algorithms. FaceReader 9 offers more custom expressions, including Attention, Blink (AU45), Smiling, Laughing and Leaning Backward/Forward. You can design your own custom expressions, or adapt our examples to fit your research need.


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