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Security system that detects atypical behavior

System and method that identify atypical behavior of a user. One embodiment of the system includes an eye tracker to perform tracking of a user's gaze while viewing items, an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera to take thermal measurements of a region of interest on the face (throi) of the user, and a computer. ... Facense Ltd

Detecting irregular physiological responses during exposure to sensitive data

A system that detects an irregular physiological response while being exposed to sensitive data includes: a head-mounted display (hmd), an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam), and a computer. The hmd exposes sensitive data to the user who wears the hmd. ... Facense Ltd

Breathing biofeedback eyeglasses

Described herein are systems and methods for providing a breathing biofeedback session utilizing thermal measurements. In one embodiment, a system includes at least one inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) that takes thermal measurements of a region below the nostrils (throi) of a user. ... Facense Ltd

Calculating respiratory parameters from thermal measurements

Described herein are systems and methods for calculating respiratory parameters based on thermal measurements. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) and a computer. ... Facense Ltd

Clip-on device with inward-facing cameras

In order to enable collection of data from a head-mounted inward-facing camera, a clip-on device is attached to eyeglasses. The clip-on device optionally weighs less than 40 g and includes: (i) a body that may be attached and detached, multiple times, from a pair of eyeglasses in order to secure and release the clip-on device from the eyeglasses, (ii) an inward-facing camera fixed to the body, and (iii) a wireless communication module fixed to the body.. ... Facense Ltd

Neurofeedback eyeglasses

Thermal measurements of the forehead can be indicative of brain activity, and as such, may be useful for conducting brain-related treatments, such as neurofeedback. In one embodiment, a system for conducting a neurofeedback session includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) and a user interface. ... Facense Ltd

Selecting triggers of an allergic reaction based on nasal temperatures

Described herein are systems and methods for selecting a trigger of an allergic reaction. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) and a computer. ... Facense Ltd

Detecting physiological responses based on thermal asymmetry of the face

Manifestation of some physiological responses (e.g., stress, mental workload, or a headache) may involve the emergence of asymmetric thermal patterns on the face. Thus, thermal measurements of the face that are indicative of thermal asymmetry can be useful to detect such physiological responses. ... Facense Ltd

Eyeglasses that measure facial skin color changes

Described herein are systems and methods for detecting a physiological response based on facial skin color changes (fscc) recognizable in images taken with an inward-facing head-mounted visible-light camera (vcamin). Some examples of physiological responses whose manifestation involves fscc include emotional responses (which at times may be hidden to the naked eye), and physiological signals such as a heart rate, heart rate variability, and/or a breathing rate. ... Facense Ltd

Eyeglasses having inward-facing and outward-facing thermal cameras

Described herein are systems and methods for detecting a physiological response based on thermal measurements while accounting for effects of the environment. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (camin) that takes thermal measurements of a region of interest (throi) on a user's face, and an outward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (camout) that takes thermal measurements of the environment (thenv). ... Facense Ltd

Detecting an allergic reaction from nasal temperatures

Described herein are systems and methods for personalized detection of an allergic reaction of a user. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) and a computer. ... Facense Ltd

Selecting a users state based on shape of the exhale stream

The three-dimensional (3d) shape of the exhale stream from a user's nostrils is often correlated with the user's state (e.g., an emotional state and/or a certain health condition). Thus, identifying the shape of a user's exhale stream can help determine the user's state. ... Facense Ltd

Suggest activities according to the dominant nostril

Brain activity, and in particular which hemisphere is relatively more effective, is correlated with the dominant nostril (i.e., the nostril through which most of the air is exhaled when breathing through the nose). Since each side of the brain plays a different role in different types of activities, it may be better to conduct certain activities when a certain nostril is dominant. ... Facense Ltd

Selecting a stressor based on thermal measurements of the face

Described herein are systems and methods for selecting a stressor based on thermal measurements. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) and a computer. ... Facense Ltd

04/05/18 / #20180092586

Detecting stress based on thermal measurements of the face

Described herein are systems and methods for detecting a stress level of a user. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) and a computer. ... Facense Ltd

04/05/18 / #20180092574

Detecting physiological responses while accounting for touching the face

Described herein are systems and methods for detecting a physiological response based on thermal measurements while accounting for touching the face. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) that takes thermal measurements of a region of interest (throi) on a user's face, and a sensor that provides measurements (m) indicative of times at which the user touches the region of interest (roi). ... Facense Ltd

04/05/18 / #20180092549

Detecting physiological responses based on multispectral data from head-mounted cameras

Described herein are systems and methods for detecting a physiological response based on multispectral data. In one embodiment, a system includes an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) that takes thermal measurements of a first region of interest (throi1) on a user's face, and an inward-facing head-mounted visible-light camera (vcam) that takes images of a second region of interest (imroi2) on the face. ... Facense Ltd

04/05/18 / #20180092548

Determining a state of a user based on thermal measurements of the forehead

Often the physiological and emotional state of a person can be associated with certain cortical activity that can cause certain thermal patterns on the person's forehead. Thus, thermal measurements of the forehead may be used to differentiate between user states. ... Facense Ltd

04/05/18 / #20180092547

Identify the dominant nostril using thermal measurements

Brain activity, and in particular which hemisphere is relatively more effective, is correlated with the dominant nostril (i.e., the nostril through which most of the air is exhaled when breathing through the nose). Thus, identifying which of the nostrils is dominant may have various applications. ... Facense Ltd

04/05/18 / #20180092542

Detecting physiological responses while taking into account consumption of confounding substances

Described herein are systems and methods for detecting a physiological response based on thermal measurements while accounting for consumption of a confounding substance such as a medication, alcohol, caffeine, or nicotine. In one embodiment, a system includes a computer and an inward-facing head-mounted thermal camera (cam) that takes thermal measurements of a region of interest (throi) on a user's face. ... Facense Ltd

01/25/18 / #20180027158

Wearable inward-facing camera utilizing the scheimpflug principle

One aspect of this disclosure involves a wearable device that includes a frame that is worn on a user's head, and an inward-facing camera (camera) physically coupled to the frame. The optical axis of the camera is either above the frankfort horizontal plane and pointed upward to capture an image of a region of interest (roi) above the user's eyes, or the optical axis is below the frankfort horizontal plane and pointed downward to capture an image of an roi below the user's eyes. ... Facense Ltd

12/28/17 / #20170367651

Wearable respiration measurements system

A wearable system configured to collect thermal measurements related to respiration. The system includes a frame configured to be worn on a user's head, and at least one non-contact thermal camera (e.g., thermopile or microbolometer based sensor). ... Facense Ltd

04/06/17 / #20170095157

Systems for collecting thermal measurements of the face

This disclosure describes various systems for collecting thermal measurements of regions of a user's face. Each of the systems includes a frame configured to be worn on the user's head, and one or more lightweight thermal cameras that are coupled to the frame and configured to take thermal measurements of a region of interest on the user's face. ... Facense Ltd

02/09/17 / #20170035344

Detection of an allergic reaction using thermal measurements of the face

Described herein are systems, methods, and computer programs for detecting an allergic reaction. In one embodiment, a system configured to detect an allergic reaction of a user, includes: a frame configured to be worn on the user's head; a thermal camera, weighing less than 5 g, physically coupled to the frame, located less than 10 cm away from the user's face, and configured to take thermal measurements of at least part of the user's nose (thn); and a circuit configured to determine an extent of the allergic reaction based on thn.. ... Facense Ltd








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