Mirror Manipulates Reflections To Display Different Emotions
Researchers in Japan have developed a technology that uses computer generated emotions to alter mood.
In much the same way that faking a smile has been shown to elevate mood, Incendiary Reflection aims to influence emotion by utilizing a virtual mirror that digitally manipulates a person’s actual facial expression and displays an alternate expression back to them. The intended goal is to get people to absorb the facial feedback they see in front of them and perceive the computer generated facial expressions as their own, thus affecting their mood.
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