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Technical Group on Human Inormation (HI)  (2014)

Chair: Takehiro Nagai (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
Secretary: Masamitsu Harasawa (NHK), Takeshi Kohama (Kinki Univ), Mitsuharu Ogiya (Kanagawa Univ.), Daisuke Morikawa (Toyama Prefectural Univ.)

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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
HI 2014-11-28
13:35
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Color information contributions to occurrence mechanism of Structure From Motion
Nobuhiko Masaki, Tatsuya Yoshizawa (K.I.T)
SFM(Structure From Motion)is a visual phenomenon,as a well-known ill-problem,that the perception of the three-dimensiona... [more] HI2014-60
pp.1-3
HI 2014-11-28
13:55
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Influence of rods to the cone-opponent chromatic mechanisms
Tasuku Takeshita (Kagoshima Univ.), Katsunori Okajima (Yokohama National Univ.), Sei-ichi Tsujimura (Kagoshima Univ.)
There are two cone-opponent mechanisms, |M-L| and |L+M-S| cone-opponent mechanisms that contribute to red-green and blue... [more] HI2014-61
pp.5-7
HI 2014-11-28
14:15
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Influences of different surrounds on brown perception
Takuma Morimoto (Tokyo Tech), Steven. L. Buck (UW), Keiji Uchikawa (Tokyo Tech)
When yellow targets are surrounded by higher-luminance stimuli, they are perceived as brown. Previous studies examined s... [more] HI2014-62
pp.9-12
HI 2014-11-28
14:35
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Temporal properties of material category recognition -- relationship to surface quality features --
Takehiro Nagai (YAMAGATA Univ), Toshiki Matsushima, Kowa Koida, Yusuke Tani, Michiteru Kitazaki, Shigeki Nakauchi (Toyohashi Tech)
We measured reaction times and effects of stimulus durations for material category discrimination tasks in psychophysica... [more] HI2014-63
pp.13-16
HI 2014-11-28
15:10
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center [Invited Talk] Evolution and polymorphism of primate color vision
Chihiro Hiramatsu (Kyushu Univ)
Human color vision is based on biological characteristics that animals have obtained in the course of evolution. Unlike ... [more] HI2014-64
HI 2014-11-28
15:45
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Study on the flow of motion signals in human visual cortex using functional brain imaging technique
Ichiro Kuriki, Hongfei Xie, Yoshiyuki Yamada (Tohoku U.), Rumi Tokunaga (Ritsumeikan U.), Kazumichi Matsumiya, Satoshi Shioiri (Tohoku U.)
 [more] HI2014-65
pp.17-20
HI 2014-11-28
16:05
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Apparent motion signal by subjective contours
Tatsuya Yoshizawa, Shouhei Fujiwara (KIT)
 [more] HI2014-66
pp.21-24
HI 2014-11-28
16:25
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Analysis of brain activities on music cognition -- Relation to music genres and kansei evaluation --
Mayu Kakegawa, Ryo Komiyama, Yuko Masakura, Masayuki Kikuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Tech.)
 [more] HI2014-67
pp.25-28
HI 2014-11-28
17:00
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Motion Parallax and Depth Sensitivity Caused by Relative Velocity on the Screen
Shunpei Kaji, Yasuo Watanabe (KIT)
Recently whether we sense depth from videos on the screen was researched from various points of view. In real space, we ... [more] HI2014-68
pp.29-32
HI 2014-11-28
17:20
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Effects of head-movement direction, surface orientation, and spatial frequency on depth from motion parallax
Yasuaki Tamada (Paris Miki Inc.), Takuto Sadakari, Kiyoshi Iwasaki, Masayuki Sato (Univ. of Kitakyushu)
It has been shown that motion parallax is an effective depth cue for humans, however most of previous studies examined m... [more] HI2014-69
pp.33-36
HI 2014-11-28
17:40
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center The training effect of the maximum recognition of the 3D image popping out
Yuma Honda, Takeya Yoshikawa, Ichizo Morita, Akira Kaneko, Kazuki Yoshikawa, Akihiro Sugiura, Fumiya Kinoshita, Chizue Uneme, Tatsuya Yamakawa (Nagoya Univ.), Takehito Kojima (Chubu Gakuin Univ.), Masaru Miyao (Nagoya Univ.)
 [more] HI2014-70
pp.37-40
HI 2014-11-28
18:00
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center The relationship between pupil size and the depth of field while viewing 3D video clips on tablets.
Kaneko Akira, Honda Yuuma, Yoshikawa Takeya, Kojima Takehito, Morita Ichizou, Yoshikawa Kazuki, Kinoshita Humiya, Sugiura Akihiro, Uneme Chizue, Yamakawa Tatsuya, Miyao Masaru (Nggoya Univ)
 [more] HI2014-71
pp.41-44
HI 2014-11-29
09:20
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Comparison of lens accommodation while viewing movable 3D and 2D targets.
Takeya Yoshikawa, Yuuma Honda (Nagoya Univ.), Takehito Kojima (Chuubu Gakuin Univ.), Ichizou Morita, Kazuki Yoshikawa, Humiya Kinoshita, Akihiro Sugiura, Chizue Uneme, Tatsuya Yamakawa, Akira Kaneko, Masaru Miyao (Nagoya Univ.)
 [more] HI2014-72
pp.45-48
HI 2014-11-29
09:40
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center An analysis of body sway caused by vection during stereoscopic viewing
Akihiro Sugiura (Nagoya Univ./Gifu Univ. of Med. Sci.), Kunihiko Tanaka, Shun Wakatabe, Chika Matsumoto (Gifu Univ. of Med. Sci.), Kazuki Yoshikawa (Nagoya Univ.), Hiroki Takada (Univ. of Fukui), Masaru Miyao (Nagoya Univ.)
While continuously observing objects in motion, humans may develop an illusionary sense of moving in the same direction ... [more] HI2014-73
pp.49-52
HI 2014-11-29
10:00
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center A Temporal Subtraction Technique on Thoracic MDCT Images by Using GGVF and Smoothing of Shift Vectors
Yuriko Yoshino, Hyoungseop Kim, Joo Kooi Tan, Seiji Ishikawa (KIT), Seiichi Murakami, Takatoshi Aoki (UOEH)
Recently, some computer aided diagnoses (CAD) systems has been introduced until now. Temporal subtraction technique, as ... [more] HI2014-74
pp.53-56
HI 2014-11-29
10:30
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Classification and Assessment of Oral Presentations Using Internet-Scale Presentation Videos
Yusuke Fukushima, Toshihiko Yamasaki, Kiyoharu Aizawa (UTokyo)
In this paper, we present methods to assess oral presentations by estimating the topic and estimating impressions the au... [more] HI2014-75
pp.57-60
HI 2014-11-29
10:50
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Analysis of behaviors by lecturer in lectures
Eiji Watanabe, Takuya Higashi (Konan Univ.), Takashi Ozeki (Fukuyama Univ.), Takeshi Kohama (Kinki Univ.)
In this report, we discuss the influence on the behavior by the
lecturer.
First, we extract the face movements by lec... [more]
HI2014-76
pp.61-64
HI 2014-11-29
11:10
Kumamoto Kumamoto City International Center Performance of an e-learning system for the karyotyping skill
Mieko Kogi, Kaori Sakamoto, Tatsuya Yoshizawa (K.I.T.)
It is very important to analyze human chromosomes for the definitive diagnosis, in order to predict congenital abnormali... [more] HI2014-77
pp.65-67
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