Emotion Lab covers the latest in virtual reality, human behaviour and research through interviews with experts across healthcare, technology and academia. Graeme Cox and Charles Nduka, the founders of emteq labs, bring you regular interviews with those at the frontier of healthcare and research, diving into brand new technologies and how they measure, predict and affect human behaviour and emotion.
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In the first episode of Emotion Lab, your hosts, Charles and Graeme discuss their journeys, discovering emotion AI and research and founding emteq labs – a start-up working on a cutting-edge facial expression and emotion sensing platform which offers a new paradigm in human-human and human-digital interactions for researchers, educators and content creators. Listen in to find out their personal inspirations and motivations, and truly understand their mission to quantify emotion for the best research and patient care.
This week Graeme is joined by Dr James Somauroo, founder of somX, to discuss the new frontier of human emotion research. Listen in to find out why quantifying emotions is important, how cutting-edge tech holds the key and more about the global community working together in this new field of research.
This week Charles Nduka is joined by James Somauroo, an anaesthetics and ICU doctor by training, now the founder of somX. Charles is a world renowned Consultant Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon, Associate Professor at Sussex University and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, multi-award winning academic, who published over 100 scientific articles, monographs and book chapters and is an experienced entrepreneur. As a surgeon, he is passionate about developing ways to use technology to improve lives. This episode of the Emotion Lab covers clinical research and explores what’s happening on the new frontier of emotion research.
This week Charles Nduka is joined by Stephen Fairclough – Professor of Psychophysiology at Liverpool John Moores University. Stephen’s background covers neurosciences, psychophysiology, human factors and human-computer interaction. In this episode of the Emotion Lab Stephen and Charles discuss psychophysiology research, how VR can be used in this field and the important issue of data privacy. Listen in to hear about how games could revolutionise pain management and much more!