Our collaborative research with the University of Electro-Communications and the University of Tokyo on a gustatory manipulation AR system has been featured by several Japanese online media. This system is to induce gustatory illusions by changing food appearance by a Read more …
On 18th January 2019, a M1 student, Masaki Koshiki, has made a poster presentation entitled “Improving Concentration by Visual Noise Reduction with a Video See-Through HMD” at SIG-MR in Kyoto.
We were going to Second Lab trip, even as day trip. The site was Kyoto. It is slightly strange experiment to go with close sightseeing place.
On 25th December, we have hold Year-end party of 2018 at Gyuukaku yakiniku restaurant. All people have fun without any business.
We present a demo on Innovation Stream Kansai. Thank for all participants.
We held a joint seminar with the Osaka University ONOYE Lab (Associate professor Yuichi Ito). In that joint seminar, we proposed and made gadgets with combining Littlebits I/O and Arduino. Finally, we made oral presentations about those gadgets.
We presented a demo of “Let’s get inside our stomach and split up” at Takayama Science Festival on 11th November. Thank you for our participants.
A M1 student, Shido Okubo, has made a poster presentation entitled “Behavior analysis inducing objective self-awareness with presenting a mirror image of ownself” at SIG-MR in Sapporo,
A M2 student, Shingo Okeda, has made a poster presentation entitled “Toward More Believable VR by Smooth Transition between Real and Virtual Environments via Omnidirectional Video” at ISMAR 2018 in Munich, Germany. This submission has received very high review scores Read more …
Following new students have joined from October, 2018. Welcome! Zhang Yan (张言) (D1) Nermeen Shaltout (research student, D1 from April, 2019) Andrés Roberto Gómez Vargas (research student, D1 from April, 2019) Cong Xi (叢煕) (research student, M1 from April, 2019) Read more …