In recent years, technologies such as Kinect and Emotiv, combined with predetermined stimuli, have been widely used to perform studies in different fields such as neuromarketing, rehabilitation, medicine, among others. However, how facial and neurological activation parameters can be related has been little explored. This research aims to develop a way to synchronize data acquisition on both devices and find possible relationships between the data produced by facial tracking using the Kinect and the encephalographic signals obtained from the Emotiv. For this, an experimental design has been built with a population of 15 test subjects including both genders, who were exposed to a predetermined routine of images, which have been demonstrated and used by different neuroscience research centers since they can induce in humans emotions such as happiness, sadness, disgust or fear. Measurements were carried out in a controlled space, in total calm, away from any noise or interference that may affect data collection. Within the obtained results, it was identified some possible relationships between facial and encephalographic signals, as well as a dependent activation of the brain’s areas with the stimuli presented, in both the time and frequency domain.