A Multi-modal System for Public Speaking
A prototype has been developed for a digital system and multi-modal user interface to analyze social signals displayed during public speaking. User testing on the prototype has commenced to evaluate the most effective way to display real-time feedback to users on their speaking performance.
KeywordsAffective computing Multi-modal interfaces Social signal recognition Human computer interaction
This material is based upon works supported by Dublin City University under the Daniel O’Hare Research Scholarship scheme.
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