UCLIC - UCL Interaction Centre


Affective Computing

Emotions are often left aside when designing technology. We investigate how we can develop interactive technology that is more aware of people's affective states.

Explore the range of projects here using the subject tag 'Affective Computing'.

Datasets for automatic affect recognition

The aim of these datasets is to foster research in the area of automatic affect recognition for real-life application, with a specific focus on body movement, touch and physiological signal

FabricTouch dataset
EmoPain@Home dataset
EmoPain dataset
The UCLIC-Bentley Comfort Dataset (car setting)
UCLIC AffectME dataset

To get access to any of these datasets, please email Professor Nadia Berthouze.