Measuring people and the environment We are studying various sensing technologies that acquire human and environmental conditions using computer vision, pattern recognition, machine learning and so on. Examples of research themes Estimation of drowsiness and degree of concentration from blinking Read more ...
Manipulating perception We are studying technologies, such as virtual reality and augmented reality, to freely manipulate and modulate various sensations such as vision and auditory, their effects, and their display hardware. Examples of research themes Super wide field of view Read more ...
Creating and using tools We combine sensing and technologies to study the new ways of interaction between human and human, and human and the environment. Examples of research themes AR pet recognizing people and the environment and having own emotions Read more ...
Prof. Kiyokawa has given an invited lecture at Technical Information Institute, Co. on “Trends and Vision on AR Technologies.”
Prof. Kiyokawa has given an invited talk at the 2017 IEICE Society Conference on “Trends on Head Mounted Displays for AR and Their Applications on Vision Augmentation” http://www.gakkai-web.net/gakkai/ieice/S_2017/Settings/ab/ci_03_001.html
A new intern, Keisuke Itoh, from Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology has joined the CARE laboratory. He will do his internship for about one month with us. Welcome!
Nobuchika Sakata joined our laboratory as Assistant Professor as of August 1st.
We welcomed French university students from Université de Paris-Sud (Paris 11), Télécom ParisTech, and ESIEA, and gave a lab tour.
Our master’s student, Thiwat Rongsirigul, gave a poster presentation at ICME 2017 in Hong Kong.
We have posted a lab introduction article (Japanese only) on NAIST Edge, a blog of the Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology.
Our master’s student, Kunat Pipatanakul, gave an oral presentation at APMAR 2017 at Beijing Institute of Technology, China. Prof. Kiyokawa is serving a steering committee member of the conference.
Our Ph.D. student, Hikari Takehara, gave an oral presentation at ISUVR 2017 at NAIST. We also gave the participants a lab tour on the previous day.
Dr. Andrew Raij of Universal Creative has visited us who is famous for his research on virtual humans. Dr. Raij gave us an invited talk entitled “Towards Immersive Interaction with – and Insight into – Human Behavior, Thoughts and Emotions” Read more …