EmotiBit Scientific Validation Study
Check out this scientific validation study manuscript comparing EmotiBit to a gold standard physiological sensing device costing over $20,000! Spoiler alert: EmotiBit is AWESOME!
Can EmotiBit Predict the Next Idol?
Neuroscientists at University College London have been using EmotiBit to look at how audience biometrics react to collective experiences ranging from Aladdin’s first kiss to fierce soccer rivalries. In their project, Neurovision, they’ve begun taking the work a step farther to predict which movies will be a box office success, and now predict which idol […]
Whose Team has the Best Fans?
That’s the question that researchers at University College London set out to answer! Using EmotiBit to measure a combination of physiological signals, researchers quantified how much excitement was generated by each team’s fans in an epic showdown between Liverpool and Man City. Follow EmotiBit on social to get the latest updates from the world of […]
EmotiBit as an Open-Source Virus Tracker
Welcome to the EmotiBit Maker Faire 2020 livestream page. Our live session was Saturday May 23rd 10:30-11:00am Eastern Time (US). We discussed how makers and researchers alike can use EmotiBit to track changes in body temperature, blood-oxygen levels and much more to help understand the disease course of COVID-19 and develop better treatment decisions. See the full […]
Sensing Bio-Metrics from Anywhere on the Body
By Sean Montgomery on Dec 19, 2019. We designed EmotiBit so that it could be worn just about anywhere on the body and folks could choose locations that work best for their purposes. Depending on where you place EmotiBit on the body, you can pick up a slightly different constellation of biometric signals revealing different aspects of emotional, mental, […]
How Sensor Data Gets Me EMOTIONAL!
By Sean Montgomery on Sep 1, 2019. Signals are constantly running throughout our bodies. Electrical, chemical, and mechanical messages carry highly amplified messages about our physical, emotional and psychological state from the decision-making centers in our brain to the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems of the body that help the body prepare for “fight or flight” versus […]