|Well, it's not so much "searching by facial expression" but figuring out how do you mark "topic marker" when you want to search for it in use in a sentence. It's not just "eyebrows up" but "eyebrows up in use over a whole phrase indicating a topic marker" |
It's an interesting challenge. In the old DOS one could have a phrase "bracketed" so that one understood that a facial expression applied to a whole phrase. I attempted to do that in my transcriptions on line so that the change of facial expression was part of a "topical marker" so that a face may "hold" a handshape may "hold" while everything else is changing, like a sign like "putting things on a shelf" where one hand may move while the eyes move back and forth from the fixed hand to the moving hand.
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