Emotional Insights

Online Expression Analysis for Market Research

You want to offer your client, internal or external, the best and most reliable techniques to measure appreciation, acceptance, and so on. FaceReader Online is the user-friendly online facial expression analysis service that you can now incorporate in your market research.

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What can FaceReader Online do?

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Capturing emotions by analyzing facial expressions offers additional and objective insights into the impact, appreciation, liking, and disliking of products, websites, commercials, movie trailers, and so on. So why not try it yourself? FaceReader Online allows you to create one or multiple projects.

In short, you can bulk-email a hyperlink to participants using your own survey tool, even integration in a questionnaire is possible, wait for the response, let FaceReader automatically analyze the videos, upload the analysis results on your PC with FaceReader software installed, interpret the results, and present your findings to your client. Isn’t that quick and easy?

Step 1.Define your project

Setup your project variables, upload your media files or prepare your website and define tasks for your participants.

Step 2.Invite participants

Use survey software of your choice to invite participants and add some survey questions, or link to FaceReader Online directly. The emotional response of the participants to the tasks will be recorded.

Step 3.View results

Only minutes after the last participant has taken part in the survey, the project results will become available. For a detailed analysis the results can be downloaded as a FaceReader™ project file.

Interactive Dashboard - FaceReader Online

Completely Automatic

Project Results

FaceReader Online produces results on your project fully automatically. This enables you to access the results almost instantly and means that unless you specifically request our help in interpreting the results, all data and all results will be yours and yours alone.

The results of a project are available direct on our interactive dashboard, allowing you to choose how you want to visualize your results.

Example Projects

Used in over 1000 sites

The FaceReader Engine is used all over the world

FaceReader Online uses the same engine as FaceReader™ for Desktop, which is used at over 1000 sites worldwide.

This means that you can test appreciation or impact on-site while participants can stay at home, allowing you to incorporate a much larger number of participants.

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University of MünchenDepartment of Psychology, München, Germany
National College of IrelandSchool of Informatics, Dublin, Ireland
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