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HI 2022-03-23
16:00
Online   The effect of ocular microtremor on vernier acuity by a retinal neural mechanism model considering the influence of eye optics
Junya Sakai, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.)
Vernier acuity is the perceptual accuracy of identifying the phase difference between two line segments or lattices. It ... [more] HI2022-18
pp.37-40
HI, IEICE-HIP, ASJ-H, VRPSY [detail] 2022-02-28
11:35
Online on line The hierarchical structure between material perceptions and affective impressions inferred from visual psychophysical reaction times
Takehiro Nagai, Takehiro Nagai (Tokyo Tech)
We investigated the hierarchy between various kinds of material perceptions and affective impressions in human visual pr... [more] HI2022-8
pp.105-108
HI, IEICE-HIP, ASJ-H, VRPSY [detail] 2022-02-28
14:40
Online on line The effect of the direction of visual body position shift on body perception in VR space.
Kakeru Nakajima, Hiroaki Shigemasu (Kochi Univ.Tech.)
In this study, we manipulated the visual feedback of the hand position in the VR space and examined the effect of the ch... [more]
HI, 3DMT 2020-03-11
12:30
Tokyo Kogakuin Univ. Tokyo Urban Tech Tower Campus
(Cancelled)
Higher-order textures that attract attention -- Pop-out of material surfaces --
Kento Yoneoka (Tsukuba Univ.), Nobuhiko Wagatsuma (Toho Univ.), Ko Sakai (Tsukuba Univ.)
Pop-out among textures depends on low-lever image features and has been known as an outcome of the neural mechanisms und... [more] HI2020-50 3DIT2020-1
pp.1-2
HI, VRPSY 2019-11-08
16:10
Osaka Kindai Univ. An effect of bottom-up attention on microsaccade rate
Shogo Noguchi, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
Focusing or reallocating attention while actively fixating on the visual stimuli modulates the rate of microsaccades. Ho... [more] HI2019-78
pp.29-32
AIT, IIEEJ, AS, CG-ARTS 2019-03-12
10:45
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Study on the interaction between speech and character design in emotional perception
Takeya Koizumi, Tsukasa Kikuchi (TUT)
I focused on fonts of "utterance telop" often used in television programs and the like, I investigated whether changes i... [more] AIT2019-50
pp.5-8
AIT, IIEEJ, AS, CG-ARTS 2019-03-12
11:15
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Variation of Depth Perception Caused by Blur Effects to Insides and Boundaries of Objects
Ryota Kamei, Peeraya Sripian, Takashi Ijiri (SIT)
Various factors influence depth perception such as perspective, color, contrast, etc. In this study, we focus on the dep... [more] AIT2019-118
pp.239-242
HI, VRPSY 2018-12-15
11:35
Fukuoka Kokura Campus, Univ. Kitakyushu The effect of body posture on mental spatial transformations.
Nozomu Kageyama (UMC)
It has been reported that the mental transformation ability rely on not only visual perceptional cues but vestibular cue... [more] HI2018-76
pp.61-64
SIP, ME 2017-11-26
16:00
Kagoshima NIFS [Invited Talk] Variety of Sensory Information Integration from Environments and Individual Differences in Visual Illusion -- Examples as Aftereffect of Viewing Concave Curved Displays in a Large and Wide-Angle Environment --
Sakuichi Ohtsuka (Kagoshima Univ.)
Visual illusions typically occur when inconsistencies in the integration of multiple visual information arise. Conventio... [more] ME2017-115
pp.9-15
ME, AIT, IEICE-IE [detail] 2017-10-06
09:50
Nagasaki   [Invited Talk] Importance of Both Verbal and Non-Verbal Visual Information -- Bi-modal Approach to Note-Taking and Review Processes --
Sakuichi Ohtsuka (Kagoshima Univ.)
Recently, NII and Stanford researchers independently showed that the academic abilities of school students in Japan and ... [more] ME2017-112 AIT2017-171
pp.93-99
AIT, IIEEJ, AS, CG-ARTS 2017-03-14
09:35
Tokyo Ochanomizu Univ. Discussion of floating-expression for spherical display
Hiromu Sato, Hiroyuki Kubo, Takuya Funatomi (NAIST), Aki Takayanagi, Yoshitomo Nakamura (Mitsubishi Electric), Makoto Seguchi, Hitoshi Matsuoka (Miraikan), Yasuhiro mukaigawa (NAIST)
In recent years, non-planar displays have been developed for data visualization, art, and exhibition. However, detail re... [more] AIT2017-47
pp.9-12
HI 2017-03-08
14:00
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology A saliency estimation model for egocentric motion patterns considering receptive field properties of early visual system and higher order motion detection mechanisms
Mitsuhiro Kodama, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.)
The purpose of this study is to construct a mathematical model which predicts saliency regions in high-speed egocentric-... [more] HI2017-56
pp.13-16
HI, VRPSY [detail] 2016-11-06
10:40
Aichi Archie Shukutoku University Effects of sole vibration on visually induced self-motion perception
Kiyoshiro Hara, Yasuaki Tamada (Univ. of Kitakyushu), Yoshitaka Fujii, Takeharu Seno (Kyushu Univ.), Masayuki Sato (Univ. of Kitakyushu)
We examined the effects of sole vibration on the visually induced self-motion perception (known as ‘vection’). We measur... [more] HI2016-72
pp.29-32
HI, VRPSY 2015-11-14
10:30
Kagoshima Korimoto Campus, Kagoshima Univ. Dynamic visual spatial structure characteristics under the vection
Shun Yamazaki, Kasumi Sasaki, Tatsuya Yoshizawa (K.I.T.)
Previous studies have shown that two lines perceived as subjectively parallel or equi-distant between them are not physi... [more] HI2015-73
pp.47-50
HI, VRPSY 2015-11-14
12:50
Kagoshima Korimoto Campus, Kagoshima Univ. Color Appearance Test for Multivaliate Data Visualization
Suguru Saito, Yueqing Liu (Ocha. Univ.)
Data visualization is a powerful technique to grab its tendency in a second. Especially simultaneous visualizations of m... [more] HI2015-77
pp.63-66
AIT, IIEEJ, AS 2015-03-14
13:00
Tokyo   A Study on the Generation of Text-based CAPTCHA by Using the Human Perception
Akinori Urayama, Youngha Chang, Nobuhiko Mukai (TCU)
We propose a new text-based CAPTCHA that cannot be recognized by computers but can be easily done by human being. CAPTCH... [more] AIT2015-59
pp.81-84
HI 2015-03-10
13:40
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology A verification of moduration of visual perception caused by fixation eye movements based on a model of retinae
Makoto Nishino, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kinki Univ)
In this study, we performed a simulation experiments using a mathematical model of a wide-scale retinal network consider... [more] HI2015-49
pp.17-20
HI, 3DMT 2013-03-05
15:00
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Symmetry in natural image contour -- exploring cortical representation of shape by symmetry --
Ken Kurematsu (U Tsukuba)
Symmetry is a significant factor for deriving the direction of figure. Although symmetry is common among both biological... [more] HI2013-44 3DIT2013-12
pp.13-16
HI, 3DMT 2013-03-06
11:45
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology A saliency map model for dynamic images based on receptive field properties of visual area MT
Kodai Tsuda, Takeshi Kohama (Kinki Univ)
Saliency map models are mathematical expressions of the characteristics of bottom-up attention processing (Itti & Koch, ... [more] HI2013-51 3DIT2013-19
pp.39-42
HI, 3DMT 2012-03-07
15:45
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Simulation analysis of enhancement of visual perception caused by fixation eye movements based on a mathematical model of retina
Takuya Fukuoka, Takeshi Kohama (Kinki Univ.)
In this study, we performed a simulation experiments using a mathematical model of retina considering peripheral charact... [more] HI2012-61 3DIT2012-30
pp.55-58
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