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Elevator: Emotional Tracking Using Audio/Visual Interaction

The research interest on modeling everyday human emotions and controlling them through typical multimedia content (i.e. audio and video data) has recently increased. In this work, an interactive methodology is introduced for detecting, controlling and tracking emotions. Based on the above methodology, an interactive audiovisual installation termed “Elevator” was realized, aiming to analyze and manipulate simple emotions of the participants (such as anger) using simplified emotion detection audio signal processing techniques and specifically selected combined audio/visual content. As a result, the human emotions are “elevated” to pre-defined levels and appropriately mapped to visual content which corresponds to the emotional “thumbnail” of the participants.

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