Interactive Project Aims to Build Largest Database of Human Emotion GIFs
Mar 07, 2014 12:00
GIFs rule. They entertain. They give us a short glimpse of what we'll be checking out. GIFGIF is an interactive project by two students at the MIT Media Lab that catalogues moving images by emotion. Now you can look for a looping clip of whatever emotion a human might ever experience.
Everyone who visits the site is asked to choose between two GIFs, based on which one better expresses a particular sentiment.
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