Analog Biometric Rulers Measure Emotion

Analog Biometric Rulers Measure Emotion

Designer Eunah Kim has developed an experiment using analog tools as biometrics.

Kyle Studstill
  • 12 april 2010

Designer Eunah Kim has developed a series of rulers designed to measure emotions based on changing positions of the face. Kim’s rulers are an experiment in using analog tools as biometrics, placed over a wearers’ eyes and mouth to capture responses.

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