Personal status server

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Client: Chandra Harrison, Qualcomm <>

There are several ways that computers can "read your mind" by observing emotional state - measuring skin conductance, or even estimating pulse rate with a camera pointed at your face. A dedicated device like the Raspberry Pi could run its own web server, serving a single page that is modified according to the detected emotional state of the user. Of course, it should be possible to customise this behaviour with a simple end-user language, so that different texts or images are included in the page in response to different detected emotions. Finally, friends should be able to add their own supportive feedback to the page ... using appropriate security!