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News: These Apps Know Your Age, Gender, Emotions, & More

I think it was 1986 when I first discovered my love for making computers say stupid things out loud. My older brother got a Commodore 64 for his birthday, which came bundled with software that would speak out any term you typed in—and boy, that computer sure made a fool of itself after my five-year-old imagination got a hold of the keyboard.

How To: Cope with negative emotions with tapping

Tapping can help to free you from persistent or inappropriate negative emotions. Sometimes these emotions make sense. If someone close to you dies, or a relationship ends, you're going to feel sad. But sometimes we feel depressed for no good reason, or very angry with someone who hasn't really done anything to deserve it. You're the only judge of whether or not an emotion is appropriate or inappropriate.

How To: Play "Sweet Emotion" by Aerosmith on electric guitar

Want to master "Sweet Emotion" by Aerosmith? See how it's done with this free video guitar lesson, which presents a complete breakdown of the song and its chords. While this tutorial is geared toward those who already have some knowledge of the guitar, players of all skill level should be able to follow along given adequate time and effort. For more information, and to get started playing "Sweet Emotion" on your own guitar, watch this video tab!

How To: Play piano with emotion

This how to video explains the blues scale, as well as how to express emotion and feeling into your playing. Playing with emotion is very important to master in order to produce compelling music. Watch this tutorial and you will be playing piano passionately in no time.

How To: Control a Movie Plot with Your Emotions

Not in the mood for a sappy ending? Well, strap in because "Emotional Response Cinema Technology" lets your own body physiology control the movie music, the special effects, and even the movie ending. A collaboration between BioControl Systems, Filmtrip, and the Sonic Arts Research Center at Queen's University Belfast, the technology was recently showcased at the SXSW film festival in Austin, TX, where the newly minted horror film Unsound interacted with the audience through wires connected t...

How To: Create amazing facial expressions in Adobe Photoshop CS3

When drawing any sort of art, conveying emotion is key to creating a great and significant scene. The twist of an eyebrow, the way the eyes stare at you, it all conveys a different emotion, and with a very small change to one of many different features of the face, you can completely change the idea and emotion conveyed by the picture. In this amazing video series, you will learn all the various positions and looks of the face that'll convey all the emotions that you want to bring out in your...

How To: Listen to music with your whole body

In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie leads the audience through an exploration of music not as notes on a page, but as an expression of the human experience. Playing with sensitivity and nuance informed by a soul-deep understanding of and connection to music, she talks about a music that is more than sound waves perceived by the human ear. She illustrates a richer picture that begins with listening to yourself, and includes emotion and intent as well as the complex...

How To: Make a cartoon character in Flash

This video will show viewers how to use Adobe Flash and how to make a cartoon character talk in this program. This tutorial covers aspects such as recording the voice of your characters, drawing their mouths to speak, and how to sync the recorded speech to the animation. Furthermore, this video will also show how to create subtle facial expressions that display emotion in the character. In order to record the sound, the host recommends a program called Audacity which has a free downloadable v...

How To: Make a dramatic film

This tutorial covers some of the basics of dramatic filmmaking. A drama is a film that is character-driven, using the characters' emotional responses to situations to move the story along. Epic and historical dramas put their characters in historical events. Crime dramas are set within the rules and boundaries of reality, but do not have to be linked with any historical event. These films utilize suspense and action to push the characters through the story. Biopics are motion picture biograph...

How To: Deal with cravings on a raw food diet

In this video we learn how to deal with cravings on a raw food diet. If you are having strong cravings, you can sometimes give into it or stand up to it. To help you avoid this, try to fill the void with something else. Try to relax, hang out with a loved one, or watch a movie. This will help you feel happy and fill the void. Usually you are just craving the emotion that food is giving you, not the actual food. So, figure out what the emotion that you need is and start to fill that into your ...

How To: Take a fashion portrait photograph

A fashion portrait should convey emotion and follow a story line. Delightfully, besides these two rules, it doesn’t have to make sense. Art photography can be dramatic or goofy. Make sure you don't just leave it all for Photoshop. Make an effort to get the right lighting before you start flashing away for your beauty shot or headshot.

How To: Operate a gloved arm puppet

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to operate a gloved arm puppet. The puppet is operated by the user putting one hand inside the puppets head to operate the mouth, and the other hand into a glove to operates the puppet's hand. Users may have a second puppeteer to the other hand. The puppets are able to use their hands to pick up objects, make contact or show emotion. These puppets require a special amount of skill and patience to be able to operate both the head and hands of the puppe...

How To: Train a parrot to talk on cue

Who wants a great tip for training a parrot to talk easier, more clearly, and on cue? Chet Womach shares a quick tip on how to use 'heightened state of emotion' responses in parrots to get them to talk faster and more intelligibly. Learn how to teach a pet parrot to talk on cue by watching and following along with this video tutorial.

How To: Teach a cockatiel to talk using a training CD

Bird speech CDs may not be as effective as intended as the repetition may actually bore the bird. Cockatiels are receptive to learning, but need to be approached correctly. This video tutorial covers some simple basics of how to train a cockatiel to talk by following the "heightened state of emotion" principle which can teach cockatiels to talk faster, using any training CD properly.

How To: Analyze the right hand in palm reading

In this video, Peter John analyzes the right hand in palm reading. Once you have the hand turned over, you will see lines that are underneath the middle finger. The half line means that someone is emotional because the line arcs more than usual. The person also likes to show their emotion and have the emotions shown to them. Then bait line on the side of the hands should be slightly clear, which will tell how affectionate someone is and how much they show love. Right hand palm reading can be ...

How To: Use music dynamics (Forte, Fortissimo, Pianissimo)

This video presents a piano tutorial which explains music dynamics in playing music, which illustrate a change in the volume or intensity in your playing. The basic dynamics are forte (f), which means to play loudly, and piano (p), which means to play softly. Notations added to the left side of forte and piano signs such as mF and mP signify mezzo forte and mezzo piano, meaning that the part should be played relatively loud and relatively soft, respectively. FF and PP, fortissimo and pianissi...

How To: Draw a Chibi-style anime face

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw a chibi-style animation face. This task is very fast, easy and simple to do. Begin by drawing box-like face with any type of angle, depending on the character's emotion. Then add an ear. Now draw the eye. Make sure that the eyes are exaggerated and over-sized. Then draw a small nose in the center of the face and add a mouth. Add detail to the mouth such as: teeth, tongue and a chin. Finally, add the eyebrows and hair. This video will benefit t...

How To: Do a shot reverse shot setup

This film technique is one that is not only used on movie sets, but with journalists as well. This is a great way to shoot a discussion that is going on between two people. In movies, it's a great way to help add some emotion to a dialogue that both characters are having with one another. In broadcast journalism, the same technique is used in order to portray a relationship between the interviewer and interviewee. It's a great way for them to communicate and is really easy to use. So sit back...

How To: Approach women at the mall

This video demonstrate how to approach women at the mall. First of all if you want fun you must not walk here and there either you have to find a suitable table near escalator and sit there in such a way that all the person passing by through escalator can see you and you can see them. Because you have lots of opportunity to comment on every single person you see walking through escalators and see if they are happy or sad, because if you learn emotion you can easily connect to people and you ...

How To: Go beyond pick-up lines & attract women

David Wygant discusses going beyond pick-up lines and attract women. When you know what you're looking for, interacting with women becomes an almost Zen-like experience. When you talk to a woman, give her your complete attention. Don't make leaving with a woman the goal. Instead, make the connection the goal. Say to yourself what is the woman's emotion and feelings and don't look for the outcome. The outcome is the future and nobody can ever tell what the future holds. What makes a woman desi...

How To: Write a solid screenplay

This is a video by Indy Mogul. For making a script or screenplay, first write a short heading about the situation and where the characters are to be at that time. Then write the actions the character must do. Then the dialog the actor must tell along with the emotion. Now write the dialog the another actor must say. Like wise write all the dialogs. Time must be ascertained for each dialogs. Dialogs must be written according to the time.

How To: Understand the DNA Phantom Effect

A short video dedicated to the DNA Phantom Effect and how it might be related to human emotion. The DNA Phantom Effect is a questionable discovery by Russian scientist and "father of Wave Genetics", Peter P. Gariaev. In 1985 the very first evidential proofs of DNA being able to maintain wave/field type memory were found. That same year, the "DNA Phantom Effect" was given its name after observations made by Gariaev stated that physical DNA somehow attracted and manipulated light in a vacuum ch...

How To: Krump like a champ

This video krumping tutorial is for beginners and for those who want to get their basics down right. The talented demonstrator is entirely self-taught, which just goes to show that with this video and some practice, you too can krump with some style. Develop a swagger, the way you act while krumping, the confidence with a little bit of cockiness. Don't be afriad to get angry either, the more emotion you have the better your krumping will feel and the more energy it will have. Learn how to dan...

How To: Use anchoring to gain instant self confidence

Tim Brownson talks about how to tap into self-confidence during this video. This technique is called anchoring. An anchor is an idea or event that links to another event that is usually not related in some way but provides some kind of reminder of an emotion. This can also be called a conditional response. Tim gives a lot of real examples of anchors and conditional responses. First start by calming down as much as possible. Then think of some activity that you are confident you can do, and th...

How To: Open hips muscles with a yoga routine

They say that the hips carry a lot of emotion. Learn to release those emotions with this how-to video yoga routine. Opening the hips is as easy as doing lunges, warrior pose, and the triangle pose. Oh and don't forget pigeon pose, that is the ultimate yoga pose for the hips.

How To: 10 Ways to Manipulate Irrational People & Get Your Way

It may seem impossible to win an argument against an irrational person, but it turns out the tried-and-true techniques that hostage negotiators use against hostage-takers work surprisingly well in everyday situations. You may not ever deal with a real hostage situation personally, but life is full of negotiations with unreasonable people, and those conversations don't always have to end in rage or disappointment. The mental techniques that professional hostage negotiators use can help both pa...

How To: Memorize lines by identifying the root of a scene

In this tutorial, we learn how to memorize lines by identifying the root of a scene. First, know the way you work as an actor and know the other people you are around. Next, know what the material is and what the scene is about. If you are familiar with what you are talking about, you are going to be more engaged, rather than just memorizing a line. Another trick is to write your lines over and over, so your brain will understand what you have to learn. Also, make sure you say your lines out ...

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