In the study, a professional dancer performed short routines expressing a range of emotions, including anger, joy, fear, sadness, neutrality and contentment. Their movements were recorded using motion capture technology, and the scientists then extracted 32 statistics from the data, such as speed, acceleration and limb contraction.

Based on this data, the EMOKINE program was developed, which automatically determines a person’s emotions from their movements. EMOKINE is a tool that can be used in various fields such as psychology, neuroscience, computer vision and artificial intelligence.

Scientists hope EMOKINE will help them better understand how people express emotions through movement and develop new treatments for mental disorders.

Source: Ferra

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