Head-mounted iPhone GIFs your likes

/ Sunday, 15 December 2013

via: http://neurowear.com/projects_detail/neurocam.html

The "neurocam" is a wearable camera system that detects your emotions. It automatically records moments of interest based on an analysis of the users brainwaves.

The analytics algorithm is based on the sensitivity vales of "interest" and "like" developed by Professor Mitsukura of Keio University and was co-developed with the neurowear team especially for the neurocam. The users interests are quantified on a range of 0 to 100. The smartphone camera is triggered to automatically record and save 5 second GIF clips of scenes when the interest value exceeds 60. The scene is saved together with timestamp and location, and can be replayed in the album function. Scenes can also be taken manually under the "manual mode". It can also be shared socially on Facebook.

The hardware is a combination of Neurosky's Mind Wave Mobile and a new customized brainwave sensor with the newest BMD chip. It transforms the smartphone into a brainwave analysis device + camera with the smartphone screen displaying scenes of interest as they are being recorded.

h/t Animal NY