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Emotion Monitor - Concept, Construction and Lessons Learned

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This paper concerns the design and physical construction of an emotion monitor stand for tracking human emotions in Human-Computer Interaction using multi-modal approach. The concept of the stand using cameras, behavioral analysis tools and a set of physiological sensors such as galvanic skin response, blood-volume pulse, temperature, breath and electromyography is presented and followed by details of Emotion Monitor construction at Gdansk University of Technology. Some experiments are reported that were already held at the stand, providing observations on reliability, accuracy and value the stand might provide in human-systems interaction evaluation. The lessons learned at this particular stand might be interesting for the other researchers aiming at emotion monitoring in human-systems interaction. (original abstract)
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  • Gdansk University of Technology
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