The gestures of August

The facial gestures of August are of four types:
  1. facial articulatory movements visualizing the speech
  2. head and eye movements used to communicate non-verbal information

  3. such as prosodic cues or head nods used to "point" at objects in the environment
  4. emotional expressions, as defined by Ekman
  5. attentional feedback, either using the electronic eye to turn to an approaching silent user

  6. or listening gestures while user speech is detected and thinking gestures during processing
 Happiness       Anger          Fear
 Surprise       Disgust        Sadness
                                                            ATTENTION MOVEMENTS
Detecting something to the left       Listening       Thinking

Some moving pictures


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