Emotient releases new app for Google Glass to let users see others’ emotions and moods, because odds are, if you have a Google Glass, you need this app.
That feeling that you get when you feel something has been quantified.
MIT students created a book that you wear, allowing you to experience the story’s emotions as you read.
Watch out, snarky web commenters. You're being watched.
Forget chocolate, playing Words With Friends, or any of your other go-to things that make you happy. Now you can get happy on demand, with the touch of a button from the Happiness Machine. The device is hooked up to the Internet and, every time someone shares a happy thought, it prints it out just for you.
Honeybees have been having some issues lately, so it's no surprise that their recent buzzing might seem to be a bit down in pitch. What is a surprise is that bees might actually be feeling kinda pessimistic about the whole thing, as some recent research shows that bees could have emotions like we do.