Fraunhofer IIS presents a real-time* face tracker on Google Glass that can read people’s emotions. At the same time it also estimates age and gender of persons in front of Glass’ camera. Privacy is important: everything happens inside Glass – no image leaves the device. Detection is anonymous – no facial recognition. The app is based on SHORE, Fraunhofer’s proprietary software library for real-time facial detection and analysis. Emotion analysis on wearable devices has endless applications. E.g. it can be used in aids for people suffering from ASD (autism spectrum disorders) or for visually impaired.
Stealth barcodes track individual items during the manufacturing process
Wi-Vi is a new technology that enables seeing through walls using Wi-Fi signals. The video shows the output of Wi-Vi (blue window) when a person moves around in a room. It can track whether there is a moving human inside the room and how he is moving