Kairos and IMRSV (Immersive) logos seperated by a heart symbol

 

Today was an important day for Kairos. We’ve expanded our offerings for you to include facial recognition and now facial and emotion analysis. We did that by acquiring a company that we admire and who shares our values and vision of the future: IMRSV.

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'Welcome' in cursive in the foreground with IMRSV and Kairos logos on the background

 

We would like to offer a warm welcome to the customers of IMRSV. By now you will have heard that Kairos has acquired IMRSV, creating the only facial biometrics company in the world that has facial recognition and full emotion analysis tools for developers, as well as real world analytics tools for marketers. You can rest assured that it will be business as usual for most of you. We look forward to working with you as we further develop our advanced facial detection, recognition and analytics products.

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There are currently more than 1.2 billion Internet-enabled desktop, mobile and tablet devices equipped with camera sensors. Camera sensors are expected to double by 2017, as wearable devices, smart TVs and other devices incorporate new smart features and capabilities. 3 Million digital displays in the US are already web-enabled, reaching over 70% of US teens and adults every month in public venues. According to ABI Research, by 2020 the majority (60 percent) of the total installed base (50 billion units) of Internet of Things (IoT) devices will incorporate nodes/sensors.

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It’s all very well having an understanding of what emotion analysis is, and how it can be determined using computer facial detection and analysis. However it is of equal importance to understand how this technology is actually being used in the real-world, outside of the Kairos laboratory. For that matter, what are some of the potential uses for emotion analysis that with further development could become real game changers?

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