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Sensors Wield To Detect The Behavior Of Humans.

Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition
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Author(s)
Avtansh Singh, Vandana Vikas Thakare
Keywords
Emotions, Sensors, Central Computing Unit, Smart phone, GSM module (SIM900).
Abstract
A decade years ago, a significant Research as well as investigation has been conducted in the area of real-time emotion recognition of a humans like Heart rate, Breathing rate, Body Temperature, skin conductance etc. Emotion recognition has a lot of applications in education, medicine, technologies and human-machine interaction. Actually, there are a various types of emotions i.e. stress, euphoria, angry, sentimental etc. On the basis of that a real time emotion detection device/sensors that are utilizes to detect the actual behavior of human i.e. heart rate and breathing rate and Body temperature in a different age groups, here is only three sensors are utilizes basically one for measure heart rate and other two utilizes to measure Body Temperature and irritating rate that are presented in the paper. The performance of the device is evaluated using experiments over to the subjects in a hospitals as well as normal society. In order to verify the feasibility of utilizing bio-signals to predict emotions all are working in a parallel as well as simultaneous. After measuring and performing certain process through Central Computing Unit it transmit to a present time advent technology and we call that smart phone via GSM module.
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