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Emotion Recognition through Facial Emotion Expressions


Summary

The emotion recognition through facial emotion expressions is a mini-course that is prepared for the developed software component of RAGE project. This mini-course will help you grab some information about emotion recognition technology from facial expressions, the development, integration, and configuration of a software component called real-time facial emotion detection. The software follows the architecture of the RAGE project.

Goals

After completing the course:

·       You can recognise the six basic emotions proposed by Ekman and Friesen in 1971.

·       You can learn the facial emotion recognition technology.

·       You know where to look for resources to set up your real-time facial emotion detection software component.

·       You know how to configure your real-time facial emotion detection software component.

·       You can integrate your real-time facial emotion detection software component into a game engine.

Target audience

The main related target groups are given by:

·       Researchers and experts.

·       Software component developers.

·       Game companies and game developers.

·       Lecturers, instructors, and teachers.

·       Learners and enthusiasts.

Emotion

Emotion Recognition

Facial Expressions

Offline Processing

Online Processing

Six Basic Emotions

C#

C++

Unity

Unity3D

Game Engine

Software Devlopment

Software Developer

Game Developer

Open University of The Netherlands

Open Universiteit

RAGE project

Kiavash

Bahreini

Game Component

Software Component

Reusable

Interoperable

Source Code

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Time Of Effort: 0 hour(s)

Credit Points: 0

Format: topics

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Personal skills
Interpersonal skills
Cognitive, intellectual and knowledge skills

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