Microsoft won a patent for goggles that detect feelings of people near you

Think of it as a high-tech mood ring or something that could put an end to the “how are you feeling?” question.


The device would rely on its various sensors, cameras and a microphone positioned near the bridge of your nose to interpret human gestures, expressions, posture and speech. It also picks up on subtle changes, such as temperature, word choice and voice quality and speed. It would then provide data and feedback in real time to the person wearing the headset…

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