Based on the research of psychologist Paul Ekman about "mappings emotions", I started thinking this project 3 years ago. Ekman was dedicated to understand facial expressions, dividing them into basic emotions: happiness, sadness, anger, disgust, fear and surprise. Each of these expressions are determined by specific muscles of the face. This is an objective measure of treating human reactions, detecting their desires through their facial expressions.
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