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Emotient's Sentiment Analysis app for Google Glass

Apr 21 2014, 5:54am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Emotient's Sentiment Analysis app.for Google Glass
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The app lets you know what people around you are feeling


It has been quite some while since the Google Glass has been under development and some of us might even be glad that it still is because we are not sure yet where to fit the gadget in the market. Every geek has been debating about its existance and when the concept was introduced for the very first time, many people were unclear as to what exactly it was made for. But as time went on, the mission became clearer but the product is still going through development. This is the technology which can seemingly end the way we interact with others around us and we cant deny the fact that every time some new tech development related to Google Glass comes our way, we cant help but be fascinated by it.

Emotient is going to give us the exact same feelings aand its new Sentiment Analysis app is taking things to a whole new exciting level. The name says it all; the app is going to let you know about the feelings of others around you. This however is not going to be for commercial use and is not available for the mass market. It is going to meet the requirements of the organisations which for example, could use the app to detect how retail customers are feeling. The Sentiment Analysis helps to process the facial expressions anonymously, and according to Emotient CEO Ken Denman, there’s apparently "broad applicability for this service to improve the customer experience, particularly in retail."

 

Fortunately, Emotient says that this new technology is not going to keep an actual picture of your face once you have been spotted by a Google Glass wearer but it will instantly process it and give you the results in forms of some numbers or ranking which will state the mood.

source: emotient

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.

 

 

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