Emotive Detection

Brands use "emotion detection" technologies in order to connect with consumers

Implications - Brands are marketing their products and services as being able to detect and respond to consumer emotions, bringing a new level of interactivity to their offerings. This shift indicates a need for brands to viscerally engage consumers to enhance their experience, understanding, and perception of their products.
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Emotion-Sensing Audiovisual Installations - The Aura Installation Translates Emotions into Light
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Emotion-Sensing Audiovisual Installations
The Aura Installation Translates Emotions into Light
The Aura installation, which was showcased during Dutch Design Week, transformed guests’ emotions into beams of light, in an immersive audiovisual installation. Guests of the art exhibit... [More]
Responsive Beer Labels - This Smart Beer Label Provides Tailored Interactions Based on One's Mood
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This Month and Hot 123 Clicks Pub: Jun 11, 18
Responsive Beer Labels
This Smart Beer Label Provides Tailored Interactions Based on One's Mood
Multi-Color Corporation and Talkin’ Things came together as the first IoT packaging platform providers to combine Augmented Reality and NFC technology in a smart beer label for an enhanced... [More]
Emotion-Detecting Driving Systems - Affectivia is Using Emotion-Tracking AI to Make Driving Safer
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This Quarter and Warm 80 Clicks Pub: Mar 28, 18
Emotion-Detecting Driving Systems
Affectivia is Using Emotion-Tracking AI to Make Driving Safer
Emotion-measuring technology company Affectivia is hoping to further innovate autonomous AI technology with its technologically astounding emotion-tracking AI. The new AI service will allow creators... [More]
Emotion-Tracking Vehicle Tools - Affectiva is Making Autonomous Vehicles Safer for All
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This Year and Mild 72 Clicks Pub: Mar 28, 18
Emotion-Tracking Vehicle Tools
Affectiva is Making Autonomous Vehicles Safer for All
Autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles can soon do more than drive a vehicle, as Affectiva, a company developing emotion-tracking tools, has launched its new AI service which intends to track the... [More]
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