Emotional Gauging of Students via Forehead Wrinkle Extraction

FACSIt’s not always easy to gauge whether students have understood lesson content (or not). Perhaps an automated measuring system could be devised – measuring their forehead wrinkles for example? At least two scholarly texts are available for those interested in the possibilities offered by forehead wrinkle evaluation in the classroom. The first is provided by a UK – based ‘Custom Essay’ firm :‘Identification of student comprehension using forehead wrinkles’ which informs that :

“When delivering a lecture, a teacher should use student’s expressions to determine whether or not to slow down, speed up, or in some other way modify his presentation.”

In this respect, the essay describes a technical system which automatically performs :

“Forehead detection, Wrinkle extraction and Emotion recognition.”

The second resource, authored by Professor Dr. M.Mohamed Sathik, M.Sc., M.Phil., M.B.A., M.Tech.,M.S.,Ph.D. and Dr. G.Sofia M.C.A,M.Phil.,(Ph.D), is also entitled : ‘Identification of student comprehension using forehead wrinkles’

It also notes that :

“When delivering a lecture, a teacher should use student’s expressions to determine whether or not to slow down, speed up, or in some other way modify his presentation.”

and the paper also describes a technical system which automatically performs :

“Forehead detection, Wrinkle extraction and Emotion recognition.”

(the paper was published as part of : Computer, Communication and Electrical Technology (ICCCET), 2011 International Conference on )

NOTE : The illustration is taken from another Human Computer Interaction paper which examines the emotional implications of facial expressions, which include wrinkled foreheads. See: ‘Human Computing and Machine Understanding of Human Behaviour’ (International Journal of Emerging Research in Management & Technology, Volume 2, Issue 4, 2013)

 More on Professor Dr. M.Mohamed Sathik, M.Sc., M.Phil., M.B.A., M.Tech.,M.S.,Ph.D. and Dr. G.Sofia M.C.A,M.Phil.,(Ph.D) soon …






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