As part of this exhibit, we want to study how the community perceives it and we want to be as dynamic as possible by incorporating your feedback. Please use the sections below to make a better exhibit!
When trying to decide what colleges to look at as a senior in High School, one of the most important questions is, how is campus life? Are people having fun and smiling? Or constantly over worked and pissed off? Finding the answer to the question isn’t that easy though....read more
Smile for the camera. It may be keeping track! For the next six weeks on the campus of MIT, graduate students Javier Hernandez and M. Ehsan Hoque are turning smiles into data, and using that data to chart the mood at different locations on campus....read more
Can we gauge the affective state of the crowd? Is the crowd happy? Stressed out? Bored to tears? For many crowdsourcing applications, these questions are crucial. So, how do we answer them? Well, we could always just ask the crowd outright, and administer questionnaires.... But we might also benefit from tools that measure affective features directly, in real-time....read more
At: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, along the Charles River. May 7 and 8, 7-10 p.m. Free.arts.mit.edu/fast/fast-light The shores of the Charles River and the grounds at Massachusetts Institute of Technology will blink and glow with luminous art installations this weekend. ...read more