How people with autism to debug internal feelings in physical ways.
Jackie Lee, Rana el Kaliouby, Rosalind W. Picard
Affective Computing Group, MIT MEDIA LAB
MindReading Glass interprets facial expressions and head movements in order to understand people’s emotional states like concentrating, thinking, agreeing, interested, confused, and disagreeing…etc. MindReading Glass represents emotional information as soft notifications to assist people with autism or visual deficits to understand the emotional cues from human faces.
(Last updated on November 9, 2007 )