World’s First Automated Contactless Facial Reader & Inner Emotion Scanner Launched
Crawford Technologies has launched world’s first contactless facial reader & inner emotion scanner, ARGUS. The technology brings amazing capabilities of scanning and reading people’s faces, analyzing emotional patterns and predict their next moves.
In addition to bringing the facial recognition and emotion scanning technology to an entirely next level, the ARGUS will let users draw abstract pictures and print 3D compositions, in accordance to their feelings. Another significant application of the technology will be in domain of stress estimation and management.
ARGUS is basically a micro-oscillation analysis solution, which is constituted by Argus bio scanners and software bundles, required to operate the scanners. These scanners process the analog data, which is produced by micro oscillations, into digital data.
The digitized data then undergoes spectral analysis and necessary processing, by optimized biometric algorithms. It is this simple looking procedure that enables the solution to deliver accurate results in facial recognition or in estimation of emotions.
The technology has several applications, the developers of the software say. It can be used in behavioral studies, psychological research, and educational purposes, or for fun through Argus ART & PLAY.
Moreover, the company believes that ARGUS can come handy in personality management tasks such as better decision making, gaining self control by monitoring behavioral patterns, and self motivation.
“ARGUS is the world’s first automated facial reader. The Argus technology delivers a feast of potential innovation to individuals, inventors and visionaries of all sorts. In bringing the invisible into the light, it is destined to enable many to work and play harder,” reads the ARGUS project page on Kickstarter.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.