Kinect System Reads Emotions To Help Autistic Children Socialize

Kinect System Reads Emotions To Help Autistic Children Socialize
technology

Italian researchers have built a Kinect-based system to identify the emotions being felt by a person sitting in front of it.

Daniela Walker
  • 10 march 2014

Reading someone’s emotions without them saying a word may seem like a uniquely human skill, but researchers in Italy are using the motion-tracking capabilities of Microsoft Kinect to do the very same thing.

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