SPIDERS Accepted to ACM/IEEE IoTDI 2020

Our paper titled “SPIDERS: Low-Cost Wireless Glasses for Continuous In-Situ Bio-Signal Acquisition and Emotion Recognition” has been accepted for publication at IoTDI 2020 in Sydney Australia. The paper introduces our low-cost SPIDERS wearable glasses platform that senses different features about the user’s face and emotional state, including pupillometry and eye shape, enabling many applications that require real-time emotion sensing. In addition to the paper, we will also be demonstrating SPIDERS at IPSN 2020.

Congratulations to Jingping Nie and the rest of the team!