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Affective Gaming

The Electronic Gaming industry has been growing ever fast. The innovations and virtual realities clubbed together are building a new horizon of games ever built before. 5,352 more words

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In pursuit of empathetic machines

The universal reaction to Atlas, the newly upgraded next-generation humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics (a company owned by Alphabet), was lots of empathy. Unmindful of being punched, pushed and teased, it focused on finishing tasks in a… 1,152 more words


Global Affective Computing Market Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast 2015 – 2021

AcuteMarketReports.com has announced the addition of “Global Affective Computing Market Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast 2015 – 2021 “Market Research Report to their Database. 520 more words


Gaming-Inspired Glove Helps Stroke Patients Relearn Vital Skills | Mashable #gaming #wellness #affective #tech #rehab #disabilities #learning #gadgets

The Rapael Smart Glove looks a lot like the Nintendo Power Glove, but it’s not exactly a video game controller. It’s a smart rehabilitation glove for recovering stroke patients. 130 more words


The Influence Factors of Inherent Structure in e-Learning Process

In this paper, we propose an e-learning framework based on the factors of learning such as, learning style, motivation and knowledge ability.

With the advance of information and communication technology, e-Learning becomes an integration parts in educational process. 418 more words

Affective Computing

Fuzzy Assessment for Affective and Cognitive Computing in Intelligent E - learning Systems

The paper is about some fuzzy assessment techniques suitable to be used with affective and cognitive computing and gives some results obtained with DYNAMICS2, a NEOCAMPUS2 spin-off ILS. 460 more words

Affective Computing

A survey of affect recognition methods: audio, visual and spontaneous expression

The future computer environment will need to have human center design instead of computer center design. Human centered interfaces must have ability to detect changes in user’s behavior and interaction based on user current emotion. 452 more words

Affective Computing