Posted by Dr Charles Nduka.

facial palsy

Virtual Reality that puts a smile back on your face

Emteq is developing  technology that allows computers to read your facial expression and emotions.  This technology - named Facial Remote Activity Monitoring Eyewear (FRAME) is part of an £800,000 project funded by the National Institute for Health Research Invention for Innovation Programme. FRAME is being developed by a consortium led by Nottingham Trent University in collaboration with Queen Victoria Hospital in West Sussex, Brighton-based technology company Emteq, Coventry University, and the Facial Palsy UK charity.