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Ever liked a film on Facebook? You've given the security services a key to your soul | ... - 0 views

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    Personality profiles from facebook likes
Ian Forrester

Will our emotions change the way adverts work? - BBC News - 0 views

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    "A bus stop poster which evolved over time depending on how people responded to it has recently been tested in London.
    It is part of a wider area of research into how our emotional responses and biometric data could teach advertisers how to target people according to their mood."
Ian Forrester

Xbox One indie game Chariot controls your Hue lights (Wired UK) - 0 views

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    Video games have been making use of surround sound for years now but surround lighting? That's new. Indie game Chariot is the world's first to flick the switch on, partnering with Philips for its "connected lighting" system Hue.
Ian Forrester

Body Language - Technology's Next Dimension - 0 views

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    Medium blog about Intel Realsense and Nevermind
Ian Forrester

Face Recognition TV - 2014 | concept | Red Dot Design Award for Design Concepts - 0 views

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    This television uses facial recognition technology to locate its viewer, then rotates its screen to face them.
Ian Forrester

The Infinite Jukebox - 0 views

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    Hackday project (Infinite Gangnam Style), and made it work with any song. The result is The Infinite Jukebox.
Ian Forrester

Project FoxEye - MozillaWiki - 0 views

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    "this project is bringing the power of computer vision and image processing to the Web. By extending the spec of Media Capture and Streams, the web developers can write video processing related applications in better way. The primary idea is to incorporate Worker-based JavaScript video processing with MediaStreamTrack."
Ian Forrester

Amazon to pay Kindle authors only for pages read - Telegraph - 0 views

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    "Amazon's new system will cut the royalties for self-published authors who fail to hold a reader's attention until the final page
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Ian Forrester

Pepper robot to go on sale to public in Japan - BBC News - 0 views

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    "Pepper, the humanoid robot that its makers say can recognise and respond to human emotions, goes on sale in Japan this weekend.
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Ian Forrester

Personality Insights Demonstration - 0 views

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    The Watson Personality Insights service uses linguistic analytics to extract a spectrum of cognitive and social characteristics from the text data that a person generates through blogs, tweets, forum posts, and more.

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Ian Forrester

Around the campfire: closing the gap between storyteller and audience - 0 views

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    Around the campfire: closing the gap between storyteller and audience
Ian Forrester

Personalised marketing at scale is the next big thing in digital | Media Network | The ... - 0 views

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    "Big data opens up a hyper-personalised marketing opportunity - but creative treads a thin line between relevance and invasiveness"
Ian Forrester

Perceptive Media: Context Is the New King - 0 views

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    "Did you ever wonder what it would be like to own a car like KITT from the "Knight Rider" TV series? It would come standard with the most advanced navigation system to date and wouldn't require safety features like anti-theft devices."
Ian Forrester

NoMe » location and weather JavaScript library - 0 views

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    Geolocation on steriods for Javascript
Ian Forrester

Illusion of Explanatory Depth - 0 views

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    People feel they understand complex phenomena with far greater precision, coherence, and depth than they really do; they are subject to an illusion-an illusion of explanatory depth. The illusion is far stronger for explanatory knowledge than many other kinds of knowledge, such as that for facts, procedures or narratives. The illusion for explanatory knowledge is most robust where the environment supports real-time explanations with visible mechanisms
Ian Forrester

MozFest 2014: Thinking about (and soon building) sentient articles | Knight Lab | North... - 0 views

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    The rise of sentient articles
Ian Forrester

Perceptive media: machine perception and human computer interaction - 0 views

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    Computer vision has made significant progress in recent decades, with steady
    improvements in the performance and robustness of computational methods for real-time
    detection, recognition, tracking, and modeling
Ian Forrester

Detecting Pulse From Head Motions in Video - YouTube - 0 views

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    "We extract heart rate and beat lengths from videos by measuring subtle head motion caused by the Newtonian reaction to the influx of blood at each beat. Our method tracks features on the head and performs principal component analysis (PCA) to decompose their trajectories into a set of component motions. It then chooses the component that best corresponds to heartbeats based on its temporal frequency spectrum. Finally, we analyze the motion projected to this component and identify peaks of the trajectories, which correspond to heartbeats. When evaluated on 18 subjects, our approach reported heart rates nearly identical to an electrocardiogram device. Additionally we were able to capture clinically relevant information about heart rate variability."
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