Infrared depth sensors in iPhone create map of users’ emotions

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At Springwise, we have seen a number of products that use facial recognition algorithms. For example, we have seen facial recognition used for tracking the health of fish and for immigration screenings at airports. Observant, the company behind bug-reporting product Buglife, has now found a way to use the infrared depth sensors found on some iPhones to analyse facial expression. The company has designed a software development kit that works in any iOS app. The product can help companies and marketers capture user reactions to a product or a piece of content.

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