Nikon Develops Finger Sensors That Can Detect Emotions

Nikon’s new patent has been announced to work on finger sensors that can detect your emotions. It is very exciting to know when this technology will come to the camera yet.
Canon is known to work on fingerprint detectors for cameras and lenses, but Nikon goes one step further. Nikon develops biometric sensors for cameras and lenses that can detect biological information as well as mood while taking photographs. With the latest patent he received, he announced he was working on finger sensors that could detect emotions.

On Nikon’s technology, there are sensors on the edges of camera lenses with front and rear parts of the DSLRs positioned. Sensors; heart rate, blood flow, blood pressure, sweating, body temperature, and even how much you keep your gear tight, even the press can determine.

Nikon says that photographers often have strong emotions when photographing, but sometimes these feelings can not be transmitted to them. The biometric sensors will enable stronger communication between photographers and photographers.

The camera uses sensor biometric data to interpret photographs as “normal”, “joyful”, “in love”, “shy”, “impatient”, “surprised”, “confused”, “indifferent” We will call them “angry” and “desperate.”

There is no indication of when we will see Nikon in this camera of the technology, but maybe one day, you will start to see your feelings on EXIF images of your photographs.

Author: Alptug Acar

MIS Student, writer, litte bit programmer.

Alptug Acar
MIS Student, writer, litte bit programmer.