In Germany, we established a barometer of happiness

In Germany, we established a barometer of happiness

In Germany, on the island of Lindau on Lake Constance, established a structure that reads people's emotions and shows the appropriate emoticon. The device was called the barometer of happiness, according to La Repubblica.

As planned by the artist Julius von Bismarck, Benjamin Mouse and Richard Vilhelmera, a huge structure was established. It can remotely distinguish emotions of people walking down the street and show the appropriate smiley - funny, sad or neutral.

emotion recognition procedure is simple: a camera mounted on the structure captures the emotions on the faces of passers-by, a computer program analyzes the images and transmits the data to an appropriate mechanism, which is responsible for the smiley face.

See also:

  • 17 secrets of happiness.
  • An economist from Australia considered how much happiness is worth it.
  • The feeling of happiness is inherited.