Internal:Accessibility hackathon/Proposed

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This is a list of ideas for the use of emotion recognition software collected from community members and friends of the Adaptive Technology Program at the DC Public Library.

Integrationanother a calendar, so that measurements of emotion can be displayed over time, hooked up to reminders

Trigger that changes environment to counter emotions, for bipolar/manic depressive, for instance - sad then yellow, happy then blue / or ballences mood with changes to pre programmed music.

App that lets you select face expressions and tones of voice from videos and name them -- to teach the system to recognize problem or desired situations. tap the screen in real time to record the environment and teach the app to recognize it and then have an option alarm or identification sign for iPad 

Stuttering corrector time delay replay of tone of voice with variable settings to train people towards or away from habitual emotional expressions.

Game that encourages you to smile a lot and often, since your brain can't tell the difference.

Ability to attach smile as trigger to enter key or mouse click, to encourage all-day happiness.

Facebook or twitter app that will post "(user) is happy as measured by simple-emotion" triggered by smile and happy tone.

Tug of war game where the harder you smile the better, to encourage anaerobic happiness exercise.

Villain/hero /princess matching smile/frown/kiss game

Network of blind folks to come up with their own rating system of emotional description by sharing data

Happiness level measurement of a room, audience or group.

Happiness like stock readout point system: Level, stability, direction, volume,  market share For companies, to measure customer service performance Match up with other statistics like sales, grade level of employees

An equivalent for text to assess the tone of an email - socially networked version of this, that learns from its experience

A system that alerts you that "Many other times that that tone of voice has been used based on a database of recognized YouTube videos, so-and-so has happened, or there has been a fight, or there has been an escalation of tone of voice, etc.

Tactile alerts for privacy

Standardized (intense versus relaxed)-o-meter, standardized sense of intensity of emotion.