The MAHNOB-Laughter database contains audiovisual and thermal recordings of spontaneous laughter, speech and speech laughter. It also contains several recordings of posed laughter and smiles.
The MAHNOB-HCI-Tagging database contains synchronised, high quality, multi-camera, multi-modal recordings of spontaneous elicited emotions and responses to correct and incorrect image or video tags. The recorded modalities are six camera views, sound from both a head-worn and a room microphone, eye gaze, and peripheral/central nervous system physiological signals.
In order to study the phenomena occurring in social interactions between humans, and to allow machine analysis of these social signals, researchers are in need of rich sets of labeled data of repeatable experiments, representing situations occurring in daily life. The MHI-Mimicry database was created in order to address this issue. Specifically, the goal of the database is to provide a collection of recordings in which two participating subjects are acting with a significant amount of resemblance and/or synchrony.