As one of the projects of the JAPAN TECH Pavilion in which NAIST is participating, an AR system that can visualize the distribution of indoor CO2 concentration, the research result of Ms. Otsuka (M2), was exhibited at CES 2023 held from January 5 (Thursday) to January 8 (Sunday), 2023, at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, USA, etc., and many people experienced it.
CES is a global exhibition held every January in Las Vegas, USA, where companies and research institutes from all over the world that showcase cutting-edge technologies gather. Many Japanese companies also participate in the event, and in recent years it has been widely covered by the media. CES2020, held before the covid19 pandemic, attracted approximately 4,000 exhibitors and 170,000 visitors, making it a high-profile event worldwide.
Team: Maho Otsuka, Mayuka Kono, Monica Perusquía-Hernández, Naoya Isoyama, Hideaki Uchiyama, and Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
Exhibition theme: Ventilation and indoor air quality visualization: a 3D representation of CO2 concentration in Augmented Reality (AR)
-Ventilation and indoor air quality visualization: a 3D representation of CO2 concentration in Augmented Reality (AR) –
We propose a system that allows you to see the current CO2 concentration in the room in three dimensions when you wear AR glasses. The system automatically recognizes the positional relationship of the sensors, making it easy to use. It intuitively shows the time and place where the air tends to stagnate. This helps to assess appropriate ventilation timings and the placement of desks and air conditioners.