People shed tears when they become emotional watching movies or reading novels. In this research, we propose a sensor system for illuminating and recording teardrops and describe its applications pertaining to entertainment content such as movies and novels. A tape sensor is attached below the eyes, which is controlled by a microcontroller and a PC. Two parallel lines are drawn on the tape with conductive ink, and when a teardrop runs over these two lines, a microcontroller senses the change in electrical voltage. In this paper, we propose a system that provides a new way to experience and communicate reactions to entertainment content by converting tears into light or sound in real-time, or by sharing with others archives of the content that has moved us to tears.