US Patent No. 10,990,166

REMOTE REACTION CAPTURE AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM


Patent No. 10,990,166
Issue Date April 27, 2021
Title Remote Reaction Capture And Analysis System
Inventorship Kevin Daniel Knull, Manakin-Sabot, VA (US)
Curtis Robert Shoch, Kennesaw, GA (US)
Justin Wisz, New York, NY (US)
Assignee TRUTHIFY, LLC, Kennesaw, GA (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,990,166

1. A method for informing a user about the emotional response of the user to a presentation, the method comprising:presenting to the user an audio-video presentation via an application on a device having a user interface;
monitoring facial expressions of the user while presenting the presentation;
analyzing the facial expressions of the user to determine a first emotion conveyed by the facial expressions of the user, wherein the first emotion is measured to be the strongest emotion conveyed at a specific time in the presentation;
correlating the facial expressions of the user conveying the first emotion to one or more portions of the presentation;
presenting to the user information about the first emotion conveyed by the facial expressions of the user along with information about the one or more portions of the presentation that correspond to the correlated facial expressions of the user conveying the first emotion, wherein presenting said information about said first emotion conveyed includes displaying at least one of a graph, chart, picture, or list of emotions, in which the first emotion is emphasized to indicate it is measured to be the strongest emotion;
providing a plurality of action options mapped in a multi-dimensional array as a function of both specific emotional responses and specific time markers within the video presentation;
selecting from the multi-dimensional array a suggested action that corresponds to the first emotion and the specific time and is responsive to content presented in the presentation; and
providing the user with an opportunity to take the suggested action using the user interface via the application in conjunction with presenting information about the first emotion conveyed.