Movie viewers’ exhaled chemicals tell if scene is funny, scary

People may wear their emotions on their breath

movie audience

BREATHTAKING  Researchers in Germany can predict whether a movie scene is funny or suspenseful from gases that audiences exhale into the theater air. 


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