Waltham based Affectiva, biosensor developer, raises $1.7 Million from a group of undisclosed investors November 16, 2009Posted by HubTechInsider in Biotech, Health Care IT, Venture Capital.
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Waltham, MA -based Affectiva, developer of a biosensor that both measures and communicates the emotional arousal state of a human, raises $1.7 Million from a group of undisclosed investors.
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- Written All Over Your Face (forbes.com)
- Computers That Read Your Emotions (forbes.com)
- Sensor Detects Emotions through the Skin (technologyreview.in)
- Sensor Detects Emotions through the Skin (technologyreview.com)