5/10/2013

A usability-testing service called YouEye, which recently raised $3 million in funding, attempts to measure the emotions that people experience while navigating a website by tracking their "micro-expressions." The service "can accurately show when a user's facial expression aligns with several feelings, including happy, surprised, puzzled, disgusted, afraid and sad," according to the company.

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