Emotions motivate us to reduce stress or seek pleasure.  They drive our attention and memory to interpret the world around us.  Emotions are the universal language between us.  As we continue to advance emotion artificial intelligence, we continue to expand our knowledge on human emotion. 

To make empathetic technology, we need to understand the relationship between a person, their environment, and their mood.  Below is a collection of science that shares why we do things the way we do them.

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Webcam Facial Coding

Facial expressions help people signal their response to the environment.  These can be large like a big smile or subtle like an eye-twitch.

By tracking facial expressions, machines and people can learn more about how they are feeling in response to their environment.  This is a key aspect of in our mission to make machines intuitive and empathetic to human needs, wants and feelings.


Webcam Head & Eye Tracking

Our audio-visual sensory system helps us identify our environment so our emotions can determine how to feel about it and our brains can determine what to do about that feeling.

In an attention economy, head and eye-movement enable machines, others and yourself to identify what parts of the environment are impacting your emotions, memories and behaviours.

Perhaps eyes are the window to the soul?



Memory Games

Our memory is fundamental to how we perceive the world.  Our emotions act as bouncers to our memories.  Those stimulations they let through create short term memories that are then passed through to the brain for processing.  Once processed, they create long term memories which may be recalled at a later date.

Memory is core to how we learn, problem solve, think, behave and perceive.  Our product endeavour to use memory games like implicit tests to understand how the brain interpreted the environment and emotion factors.