Feeltrace is a labelling tool for two emotion dimensions, developed at
Queen's University Belfast by Roddy Cowie and co-workers. It allows
for the tracking of a perceived emotional state continuously over
time, on the two main emotion dimensions activation and evaluation.
You can read a paper
presenting FEELTRACE which describes the main design ideas and
explains how the tool can be used for database annotation.
The Feeltrace tool is available for download, for interested
researchers. The binary release of the software is provided separately
from the training materials, so that any future software updates will
be easy to download. However, we
strongly suggest downloading the training files as well, in order
to guarantee a certain amount of practice of the tool before serious
use. See the Feeltrace instructions included with the software for
detailed training instructions.
- (2011, recommended) GTrace, the successor of Feeltrace, with a customizable set of dimensions.
- (old, from 2000 -- will not work on Windows 7) feeltrace-1.0.zip (the program and
documentation, required - 44 kB)
(a number of MPEG sample videos, strongly suggested - 57 MB)
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