MIT’s EQ-Radio wirelessly monitors heartbeat and breathing to detect emotions
Facial expressions are often our first indication as to what other people are feeling, but it’s far from an exact science. Now, researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed the EQ-Radio, a device that uses RF signals to see through that poker face and determine someone’s emotional state with high accuracy based on their heartbeat and breathing.
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