TEMPERATURE OF YOUR NOSE SHOWS HOW MUCH STRAIN YOU ARE UNDER

Posted by Peter Rudin on 16. March 2018 in News

Researchers at the University of Nottingham’s Institute for Aerospace Technology (IAT) have demonstrated that facial temperatures, which can be easily measured using a non-invasive thermal camera, are strongly correlated to mental workload.

Non-invasive, non-obtrusive monitoring of cognitive workload is of vital importance in fields where excessive cognitive demands on an operator can contribute to oversights and use errors — particularly when these errors can have tragic results.

With this accurate way to estimate workload, one can develop methods that will assist the operator at times of maximum stress.

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