How to use Emotion Recognition? (Sightcorp)

Starting with DeepSight Toolkit 7.0, we are going to be introducing Emotion Recognition as a feature.

The detected emotions are: 
- neutral

- anger

- disgust

- fear

- happiness

- sadness

- surprise

Each emotion can have a score between 1 and 0, with all emotions always adding up to 1 at any point in time. 

To understand which emotion is most dominant for a given analysis, users should report the highest average per emotion given that the average exceeds 0.5. For example if the average emotion scores for ID 1 are the ones listed below, that ID / person can be reported as 'happy': 
- neutral = 0.0 (avg) 

- anger = 0.1 (avg) 

- disgust = 0.1 (avg) 

- fear = 0.1 (avg) 

- happiness = 0.5 (avg) 

- sadness = 0.1 (avg) 

- surprise = 0.1 (avg) 

                                     

dominant emotion: happiness = 0.5 (avg)

If for example all scores are low, or too close to each other, we recommend categorizing that ID / person as 'neutral':

- neutral = 0.2 (avg) 

- anger = 0.1 (avg) 

- disgust = 0.1 (avg) 

- fear = 0.1 (avg) 

- happiness = 0.2 (avg) 

- sadness = 0.2 (avg) 

- surprise = 0.1 (avg) 

                                    

dominant emotion: none (neutral) 

Head pose and lighting affect the accuracy of emotion estimations therefore we recommend only taking into account emotion estimations for faces detected within +/- 15 degrees of pitch and yaw (frontal faces). 

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