The scientific study of emotions began with the work of Charles Darwin in the 19th century. Later, psychologist Paul Ekman pioneered the research of facial expressions of emotions, culminating in the categorisation of facial gestures and their emotional intent. Emteq builds on this foundation by using multi-modal biometric sensors to detect and track facial expressions and arousal indicators together with Artificial Intelligence techniques to interpolate this data into emotional state.
Our highly sensitive wearable hardware can be used in the early detection of medical conditions, as a treatment method for the rehabilitation of facial palsy and for computer interaction via facial expression
The emotion-sensing platform can be integrated to VR and AR headsets to enable more sophisticated social interaction in virtual experiences and to improve the quality of data captured within VR experiences
We combine the measurement of Alertness, Attention, Arousal and Expression to create the most complete solution for performance monitoring, delivered in a package similar to a normal pair of glasses