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  • expressions
  • 2009. Capturing physiology of emotion along facial muscles: a method of distinguishing feigned from involuntary expressions, in Xiaoyi, J. and Nicolai, P. (ed), Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns, pp. 1196-1203. (edu.au)
  • Earlier researchers were able to extract the transient facial thermal features from thermal infrared images (TIRIs) to make binary distinctions between the expressions of affective states. (edu.au)
  • activity
  • This chapter summarizes research conducted to investigate the use of facial muscle activity for a reliable interface to identify voiceless speech based commands without any audio signals. (igi-global.com)
  • tighten
  • Pull your lips downward so that your facial muscles tighten, then pull your lips to one side. (wikihow.com)
  • If your problem area is under the jaw line or your chin, the easiest way to use it is with the headset - set it up onto the three different cheek positions because that will actually capture the under jaw muscles and tighten up that area because all slackening happens above the jaw line. (qvcuk.com)
  • tissue
  • In youth these muscles are, or should be, strong, elastic and can support the tissue and skin overlying them, giving the cheeks the full, round appearance characteristics of that period of life. (simplysearch4it.com)
  • tissues
  • One of the major contributing reasons is the lack of sufficient blood seepage through infrequently exercised muscle complexes permitting such tissues to receive insufficient nourishment to maintain their full vigor and strength. (google.co.uk)
  • Unused muscle complexes remain untensioned for long periods with the result that there is slight or no blood circulation causing the muscle tissues to remain undernourished. (google.co.uk)
  • In consequence, the muscle tone of the facial tissues can be restored in a relatively brief period of time and/or the desired muscle tone level can be maintained over a period of many years by periodic use of the present device for a few minutes daily. (google.co.uk)
  • Another object of the invention is the provision of a method and apparatus usable within the mouth cavity for exercising the facial tissues. (google.co.uk)
  • In the case that the tissues, muscles or bones exert excessive pressure on the nerves that are very close, it can cause the loss of sensation in the affected place. (vikingsseason5i.com)
  • botox
  • The Ageless Wonder should not be used on Botox faces - this gadget actually stimulates the muscle but that will not happen if you have had injections as Botox freezes the muscle therefore it can't move or contract. (qvcuk.com)
  • Once injected, Botox works by weakening and relaxing the muscles, thus smoothing the overlying skin and improving facial creases and lines. (drbatniji.com)
  • At Batniji Facial Plastic Surgery of Newport Beach , California, we freshly prepare each formulation of Botox Cosmetic individually for the patient on the day of their injection. (drbatniji.com)
  • Botox prevents the muscle from receiving these messages which in turn causes the muscle to relax and smoothes the skin wrinkle. (drbatniji.com)
  • Dr. Batniji performs Botox injections in the office setting at Batniji Facial Plastic Surgery of Newport Beach. (drbatniji.com)
  • occurs
  • For the most part the blood seepage through this fine network occurs in response to alternate tensioning and relaxation of the muscle fibers crossing these passages. (google.co.uk)
  • neck
  • The platysma muscle covers the front of the neck, and is the muscle closest to the surface. (yorku.ca)
  • This will give you a huge long list of all the muscles in the head and neck which you can use to learn more about these structures. (yorku.ca)
  • mouth
  • Also visible is the large strap of the buccinator muscle (latin for bugler), which pulls the side of the mouth wide. (yorku.ca)
  • skin
  • It's great for firming up the skin but it only firms the surface skin so the underlying problem of the muscle slackness is what the Ageless Wonder would address. (qvcuk.com)
  • relax
  • This muscle often tries to 'help' as we speak, and learning to relax it can be very difficult for some. (yorku.ca)
  • All other muscles we want to relax as much as possible, especially the jaw muscles. (yorku.ca)
  • work
  • Actors work very carefully to learn how to isolate each muscle. (yorku.ca)
  • The Ageless Wonder will physically work your facial muscles. (qvcuk.com)
  • AND you get a 'headset' type clamp to go round the back of your head to hold the wands against your cheeks and jowls, so you can forget it's there and let it work its magic on your muscles whilst you read or watch TV. (qvcuk.com)
  • result
  • Moroever, an inability to move the eyes and facial muscles may result in a decreased secretion of tears, leading to additional pathology of the eyes. (petmd.com)
  • fitness
  • If you've used any form of facial fitness machine before, then I would use it every other day. (qvcuk.com)
  • effect
  • Put the wet pads onto the specific areas and you'll get the firming effect from the Collagen Gel plus the muscle stimulation from this innovative gadget. (qvcuk.com)
  • device
  • Referring now to FIGURES l to 4, there is shown a preferred embodiment of the facial muscle conditioning device designated generally 10 and incorporating the features of the present invention. (google.co.uk)
  • left
  • On the left half the muscle origins and insertions are marked with colors (origin: red, insertion: blue). (boreal.com)