André Valdestilhas
U-Media 2011

U-Media 2011

1
Television assisted in groups

U-Media 2011

2
Affective Computing
Multiple levels of emotion
Emotional
generation experience

Emotional aspect
Emotional aspect

A broad...
Computer Vision

(Molz, 2001)
U-Media 2011

4
State of the art:
Techniques and tools for capturing
emotions through interactive

U-Media 2011

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Capturing facial expressions

Attention Meter [5];
 Television assisted in groups;
U-Media 2011

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Affective interaction with use of
accelerometer

The video camera is not the only way to capture the emotions of

the vie...
Hologram touch sensitive

(2 Wiimote + Airborne Ultrasound Tactile Display +

Holographic image) = Touchable Holography [...
Discussion (Possible utilizations)
Audience control;
Feedback data collection…

Content contextualization;
Adapts the ...
Final Considerations
• Contributions:
• Investigate Affective computing and
Computer Vision concepts has aplied to
improve...
Demonstration
Attention Meter;
OpenCV;
Tochable holography (Hoshi, Siggraph 2009);
HiTV (Ball with accelerometer – MIT...
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This article discusses the concepts of using Digital Television Affective Computing and Computer Vision. The proposal involves the union of some techniques such as capturing facial expressions through a video camera, use of accelerometers in ball and touch holograms to work a certain level of interactivity with the viewer. Some examples of uses of the proposal in question are described, such as control of the hearing, background content, among others.

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    1. 1. André Valdestilhas U-Media 2011 U-Media 2011 1
    2. 2. Television assisted in groups U-Media 2011 2
    3. 3. Affective Computing Multiple levels of emotion Emotional generation experience Emotional aspect Emotional aspect A broad category of mind-body interactions Emotional experience U-Media 2011 3
    4. 4. Computer Vision (Molz, 2001) U-Media 2011 4
    5. 5. State of the art: Techniques and tools for capturing emotions through interactive U-Media 2011 5
    6. 6. Capturing facial expressions Attention Meter [5];  Television assisted in groups; U-Media 2011 6
    7. 7. Affective interaction with use of accelerometer The video camera is not the only way to capture the emotions of the viewer, HITV [6] show this; U-Media 2011 7
    8. 8. Hologram touch sensitive (2 Wiimote + Airborne Ultrasound Tactile Display + Holographic image) = Touchable Holography [12]; U-Media 2011 8
    9. 9. Discussion (Possible utilizations) Audience control; Feedback data collection… Content contextualization; Adapts the content according to the emotion… Use with autistic people; Affective computing can be used for treatement… Use for HCI; Reducing the frustration of the user… U-Media 2011 9
    10. 10. Final Considerations • Contributions: • Investigate Affective computing and Computer Vision concepts has aplied to improve interactivity for Digital Television. • Exemples of uses like audience control and context of content for Digital Television. U-Media 2011 10
    11. 11. Demonstration Attention Meter; OpenCV; Tochable holography (Hoshi, Siggraph 2009); HiTV (Ball with accelerometer – MIT Affective TV);

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