How the Technology Works
RealScoop uses the world’s leading voice analysis technology (not voice stress analysis), to rate the believability of people’s statements. The results are displayed through our Believability Meter that is synchronized to video and audio content.
The Believability Meter utilizes analyzes over 100 vocal elements of the human voice and performs over 1,000 calculations per second. It is widely used in various industries including law enforcement.
Does it work? A picture is worth 1,000 words and a clip much more. Check out the RealScoop analysis on videos with known outcomes and judge for yourselves! We have created the Believability Meter Report Card for that purpose exactly. Former President Bill Clinton is one of our favorites; join our community and let us know which one is yours!
RealScoop uses innovative voice analysis technologies, as well as some other cool stuff to provide you the best information about what is really going on when people make statements. Sure, applications of the core technology are used around the world for airport security, insurance fraud prevention, intelligence gathering and law enforcement investigations. But what fun is that??? We combine the best technology with the coolest celebrity, sports and political content to provide a one-of-a kind experience for our community.
- Are they going to rehab for exhaustion?
- Do they want to be traded from their current team or is it a negotiating tactic?
- How excited are they about starring in this obviously straight to DVD movie?
REALLY??? RealScoop will give you new information and you can decide for yourself!
Unlike other antiquated voice technologies, RealScoop measures and analyzes patterns in voice frequencies, which provide an in-depth view into the person’s range of emotions. During the voice analysis process, RealScoop ignores the actual content or spoken words and focuses entirely on the changes in the voice frequency patterns caused by different emotions.
Our technology uses sophisticated algorithms to identify, measure, and analyze patterns embedded in the actual waveform of human speech. These patterns reflect highly informative emotions that are hidden in the voice when someone is speaking. The results are then streamed through the Believability Meter in synch with the video and audio enabling you to uncover the RealScoop.
Based on the results from the technology analysis, the RealScoop Believability Meter indicates the amount of spin associated with the spoken statement.
The best way to understand how it works is to use yourself as an example. Think back to a time when you got caught doing something wrong by your parents or significant other. You likely took one of two approaches:
(1) You confessed, answered all of their questions and begged for forgiveness. Sure, it didn’t feel good at the time, but you quickly got over it.
(2) You completely denied any wrong doing and used all of your creativity to ‘bend’ the story to align with your denial.
We bet you experienced very different emotions under each scenario. Our technology measures and analyzes the emotions of the speaker and then displays them in the Believability Meter. Using the first approach, when you did not spin what happened, the emotions you experienced would be displayed in green and yellow on the left side of the Believability Meter. However, if your statements were “bent”, the results would be displayed in various shades of red on the right side of the Believability Meter and in the “Highly Questionable” area.
While we constantly search for great content to scoop, we want YOU to suggest content that you are interested in Scooping. Not all suggestions will be Scooped, as factors like loud background noise, people talking over one another and too many people talking all together can interfere with the analysis process. RealScoop reserves the right to deny video and audio clips suggested by members of our community, based on issues of liability and/or good taste.