“Incendiary reflection: evoking emotion through deformed facial feedback” by Yoshida, Sakurai, Narumi, Tanikawa and Hirose

  • ©Shigeo Yoshida, Sho Sakurai, Takuji Narumi, Tomohiro Tanikawa, and Michitaka Hirose




    Incendiary reflection: evoking emotion through deformed facial feedback



    Incendiary reflection aims to create computer-generated emotion by letting people recognize pseudo-generated facial expressions as changes to their own facial expressions (Figure 1, left).


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