They say that the words you actually say only account for roughly 7% of communication. Body language and tone account for the rest of how your message comes across. Since that’s the case, why isn’t there an automatic way to measure and monitor more of those aspects in order to get a better read of how something is being received by a listener.
Wouldn’t it be nice if every conference room had automatic facial gesture monitoring. The room would know how everyone is taking the message just by what they’re doing with their face. It would also be nice to catch some of those small looks that two people give each other from across a meeting room when they’re hearing something both don’t agree with.
Focus group facilities use various technologies to measure response, let’s extend some of those to our meetings.