Design Approach of Human Thought Controlled Empathy Device with Brain Signal
The main objective of the human thought controlled empathy device is to capture and store different emotional variations of the brain and to feel the same by another person. Human emotion is very difficult to determine just by looking at the face and also the behavior of a person. This study aims at EEG (ElectroEncephalogram) signals of relations of human emotions. The main objective of this recognition is to develop empathy sensing device. The research methodology is divided into four categories such as both visibility and EEG data to extract at the same time from the respondent, the process of complete data record including the capture of images using the camera and EEG, pre-processing, classification and feature extraction. These are done at the same time to gather information about the features extracted to be classified using emotional intelligence techniques from emotional faces.
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