Using faces: measuring emotional engagement for early stage creative

This paper describes FacetraceTM, a method for measuring emotions from facial expressions. The paper outlines what led to the construction of the technique, and the psychological theory underpinning it.

Using faces: measuring emotional engagement for early stage creative

Orlando WoodClient Director, BrainJuicer Group plc, United Kingdom


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