EmoLens is a fun and easy way to browse Flickr photographs and catalog them using only the power of your mind. At the heart of EmoLens is the 14-electrode Emotiv headset.
The official EmoLens video shows a demonstration of EmoLens in action. The computer can automatically detect the users emotions and use them to control the speed of a Flickr photo slideshow while simultaneously tagging them with the detected emotion as it builds a catalog. The video also shows how the user triggers a photo search just by remembering a feeling. That feeling leads to rediscovery of a previously tagged photo (EmoTagged).
EmoLens uses the Cool Iris Wall web component for displaying Flickr photos in a dynamic and visually intriguing way.
EmoLens will be available in the Emotiv software store by the end of November 2010.