Sony patented sensors to recognize the emotion of the players, including one that analyzes oral saliva

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    Others measure the pulse and respiration.
    Users forum NeoGAF have found na u patent registered by Sony in October 2012 , in which a set of sensors with the Japanese company could recognize the type of emotion is players.
    In the patent, Sony explains that such emotion is a complex expression is necessary to use different body parts to identify it, including a sort of ring that would measure our pulse and respiration? sensor could be included in the DualShock?, a bandana or “cap” placed on the head that would measure brain activity and the more surprising, a mouth sensor placed behind the lower teeth, would measure the composition of our saliva , which apparently changes its chemical composition based on our emotions.
    Obviously, as is always the case of patents, not guaranteed to go to market , but experiments indicated that Sony shuffles
     Sony patented sensors to recognize the emotion of the players, including one that analyzes oral saliva




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    Sony patented sensors to recognize the emotion of the players, including one that analyzes oral saliva
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    April 25, 2014

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