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Bringing emotion recognition (ER) out of the controlled laboratory setup into everyday life can enable applications targeted at a broader population, e.g., helping people with psychological disorders, assisting kids with autism, monitoring the elderly, and general improvement of well-being. This work reviews progress in sensors and machine learning methods and techniques that have made it possible to move ER from the lab to the field in recent years. In particular, the commercially availabledoi:10.3390/electronics11030496 fatcat:pagrnyshp5fq7nkcdcqd2gzdbm