Category: toolkit

Rethinking Eye-blink Toolkit @CHI2021

This is a title slide presenting Rethinking Eye-blink

Source codes are available at Rethinking Eye-blink: Assessing Task Difficulty through Physiological Representation of Spontaneous Blinking Abstract:Continuous assessment of task difficulty and mental workload is essential in improving the usability and accessibility of interactive systems. Eye tracking data has

TIPA Opensource Project: Thermal Imaging-based Physiological and Affective computing toolkit

Mobile thermal imaging has created a new pathway to physiological measurements and affect recognition [1]. It enables contactless, simultaneous measurements of multiple vital signs and affective states. This can benefit healthcare, fitness sectors and specific user groups; for example, people

Deep Thermal Imaging Toolkit @CHI2018

Full source codes are available at 1. Requirement Matlab (version>2012) MatConvNet ( Deep CNN Framework for Matlab users. 2. Quick Summary DEEP THERMAL IMAGING – Main Libraries Void deep_thermal_imaging_training_and_testing(kfold, numberofclass, filename, directory, isoutdoor) Trains and Tests on the given

Matlab source codes: Stress Induction Tasks for “DeepBreath” @ACII2017

Source code for “DeepBreath Project” Description: We propose DeepBreath, a deep learning model which automatically recognises people’s psychological stress level (mental overload) from their breathing patterns. Using a low cost thermal camera, we track a person’s breathing patterns as temperature

3D modelling files for RealPen @UIST 2016

Description: We present RealPen, an augmented stylus for capacitive tablet screens that recreates the physical sensation of writing on paper with a pencil, ball-point pen or marker pen. The aim is to create a more engaging experience when writing on