A group of Canadian scientists from the University of Montreal Department Of Communications is developing software that can actually measure emotional reactions to the Web. The software evaluates the biological responses of Internet users including: body heat, eye movements, facial expressions and other reactions to analyze how they relate to online activities.
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Don't make us ask Canada. A group of scientists in Canada is developing a software program that will evaluate the biological responses of internet users, giving us insight into how the internet makes us feel. More » Read Post
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