Dynamic micro aspects of facial movements in elicited and posed expressions using high-speed camera

Shigeo Morishima, Tatsuo Yotsukura, Hiroshi Yamada, Hideko Uchida, Nobuji Tetsutani, Shigeru Akamatsu

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Abstract

The present study investigated the dynamic aspects of facial movements in spontaneously elicited and posed facial expressions of emotion. We recorded participants' facial movements when they were shown a set of emotional eliciting films, and when they posed typical facial expressions. Those facial movements were recorded by a high-speed camera of 250 frames per second. We measured facial movements frame by frame in terms of displacements of facial feature points. Such microtemporal analysis showed that, although it was very subtle, there exits the characteristic onset asynchrony of each part's movement. Furthermore, it was found the commonality of each part's movement in temporal change although the speed and the amount of each movement varied along with expressional conditions and emotions.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRobot and Human Communication - Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop
Pages371-376
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Externally publishedYes
Event10th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Communication - Bordeaux-Paris
Duration: 2001 Sep 182001 Sep 21

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Other10th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Communication
CityBordeaux-Paris
Period01/9/1801/9/21

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Morishima, S., Yotsukura, T., Yamada, H., Uchida, H., Tetsutani, N., & Akamatsu, S. (2001). Dynamic micro aspects of facial movements in elicited and posed expressions using high-speed camera. In Robot and Human Communication - Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop (pp. 371-376)

Dynamic micro aspects of facial movements in elicited and posed expressions using high-speed camera. / Morishima, Shigeo; Yotsukura, Tatsuo; Yamada, Hiroshi; Uchida, Hideko; Tetsutani, Nobuji; Akamatsu, Shigeru.

Robot and Human Communication - Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop. 2001. p. 371-376.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Morishima, S, Yotsukura, T, Yamada, H, Uchida, H, Tetsutani, N & Akamatsu, S 2001, Dynamic micro aspects of facial movements in elicited and posed expressions using high-speed camera. in Robot and Human Communication - Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop. pp. 371-376, 10th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Communication, Bordeaux-Paris, 01/9/18.
Morishima S, Yotsukura T, Yamada H, Uchida H, Tetsutani N, Akamatsu S. Dynamic micro aspects of facial movements in elicited and posed expressions using high-speed camera. In Robot and Human Communication - Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop. 2001. p. 371-376
Morishima, Shigeo ; Yotsukura, Tatsuo ; Yamada, Hiroshi ; Uchida, Hideko ; Tetsutani, Nobuji ; Akamatsu, Shigeru. / Dynamic micro aspects of facial movements in elicited and posed expressions using high-speed camera. Robot and Human Communication - Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop. 2001. pp. 371-376
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