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FaceReader can detect facial expressions, and offers a number of extra classifications. Do you want to learn more about how FaceReader works? Read on!
Best practices FaceReader Online
Do you want to know how online facial expression analysis service FaceReader Online can benefit your UX and market research? Read on!
How to build an AV-Lab
An AudioVisual lab is designed to allow you to observe your test participants unobtrusively. Do you want to learn more how to set up an AV-lab? Read on!
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FaceReader Classifications Demo
Discover the realtime modeling capabilities of FaceReader.
Affective attitudes in FaceReader
Using the Action Unit Module, Facereader is able to detect the affective attitude 'confusion'.
Baby FaceReader enables you to recognize the facial expressions of an infant automatically!
What does your face say?
Curious what emotions your face shows? Upload a photo here, and our FaceReader software will test it for emotionality. The better quality the picture, the better the results! To get the best results, test only photos where your face is clearly visible. The lighting should be sufficient as well.
Try it now and find out what your face says.
Customer success stories
How to measure emotions in the Uses and Acceptability Lab
Jean-Marc Diverrez, bcom Institute of Research and Technology
Sensory evaluation - Food science & technology
Prof. Susan Duncan, Virginia Tech
Social Media Lab: How people make sense of data
Tiffany Andry, University of Louvain
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- Riem, M.M.E. & Karreman, A. (2019). Experimental manipulation of emotion regulation changes mothers’ physiological and facial expressive responses to infant crying. Infant Behavior and Development, 55, 22-31. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.infbeh.2019.02.003
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