Human vibraimage is one such technical demonstration of psychodynamic features, which may provide quantifiers of aspects such as the measurement of the internal energy of a system of human molecules.  The image displays micro vibrations of a human head, vibrations which are mostly linked with vestibular system function; an example is shown below to the left:
According to the action of vestibular system functions and mechanical movement, the human stands with the head in a balanced vertical position, continuously and reflexively performing three-dimensional micromovements of vibrations.  The dependence between head vibration parameters and emotional state is called a vestibular-emotional reflex (VER) or vestibular-energy reflex.  It is hypothesized, that the head vibration parameters are sensitive to emotions and human energy regulation in coordination with the first and second thermodynamics laws.
Vibraimage is the primary image that indicates the vibration parameters of an object.  Vibraimages are calculated by video image processing and show amplitude and frequency of vibration in every pixel of object and as such, it reflects time and spatial movement characteristics of an object, e.g. the sub-conscious emotional state of a person. Closely related analogue of vibraimage is thermal imaging, as shown above to the right.
The direct link between reflex movement and brain activity was discovered in 1863 by the famous Russian physiologist Ivan Sechenov in his publication “Reflexes of Brain” . Charles Darwin in his book “The expression of the emotions in man and animals” , 1872, also declared that reflex movements associated with emotions. Nobel laureate and the famous researcher of aggression Konrad Lorenz claims, that amplitude and intensity of reflex movements characterized the aggression. (On Aggression, 1966) . George Gladyshev in his hierarchical thermodynamics theory  supposed that it is possible to consider the person in mechanical balance condition as thermodynamics system and it is well known that vestibular system realized mechanical balance in human like any other physiological sensor system .
Coordination of vestibular system characterized by different vestibular reflexes and vestibular-emotional reflex is the one of it characterizing emotion energy by head vibration. The first thermodynamic law gives two possibilities for emotional human energy regulation as heat or movements. Galvanic skin response (GSR)  is sensitive to human emotion because of thermoregulation and vibraimage is sensitive to emotions because of energy regulation by reflex head vibration. Vibraimage has several advantages in comparison with other emotions detector methods as contactless and friendly for users method.
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