We are delighted the University of Glasgow’s Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology (INP) is featured in the Spring Edition of The Royal Society of Edinburgh’s ‘Science Scotland’ publication.
The article talks about their ‘Face Facts’ project, which focuses on how we form our opinions about people based on their face shape and colour and facial expressions. Our DI4D PRO System is used to build a database of standardised facial movements, (‘Action Units’), crucial for their research on this innovative project.
Dr Rachael E. Jack of the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology at the University of Glasgow says, “This new technology makes a huge difference to the scope of our research.”
Check out the article on Pages 7-10 of 'Science Scotland'.
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