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SIS, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-3DIT [detail] 2020-06-03
15:10
Online Online 3D Animation of a Humanoid Model using EMG Sensors
Tsutomu Horikoshi, Yoshie Nogami (SIT)
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SIS, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-3DIT [detail] 2019-06-14
11:50
Nagasaki Fukue Culture Center Proposal of terrain expression device with VR
Kento Hoshino, Tsutomu Horikoshi (SIT)
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SID-JC, EID, ITE-IDY, IEIJ-SSL [detail] 2013-11-12
13:25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. IMID2013Participant Report -- 3D sessions --
Tsutomu Horikoshi (NTTdocomo)
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HIP 2010-11-13
16:40
Nagasaki Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science A proposal of the intuitive interface system that can be substituted for UI devices -- Importance of physical object's presence in monocular optical see-through HMDs --
Mikiko Nakanishi, Tsutomu Horikoshi (NTT DOCOMO,Inc.) HIP2010-69
This paper proposes the approach to substitute objects around us for several electronic devices. As the first step to im... [more] HIP2010-69
pp.41-46
HIP 2009-06-15
10:20
Hokkaido Hokkaido University Effects of physical object's presence cues in the use of optical see-through HMDs
Mikiko Nakanishi, Tsutomu Horikoshi (NTT DOCOMO,Inc.) HIP2009-54
A physical object's presence is thought to be important while using an optical see-through HMD. Because the object produ... [more] HIP2009-54
pp.33-38
HIP 2008-08-06
- 2008-08-07
Kagoshima Kagoshima University A Subjective Test about a Recognition of the Resolution of 3D image
Masashi Tsuboi, Shinji Kimura, Tsutomu Horikoshi (NTT DoCoMo), Yasuhiro Takaki (TUAT) HIP2008-37
3D image using 3D display is essential to represent virtual space. In this study, we made a subjective test to evaluate ... [more] HIP2008-37
pp.37-42
PRMU, IE 2008-03-10
11:10
Ishikawa   A method to input a real scene for a 3D display using high-density directional images
Masashi Tsuboi, Shinji Kimura, Tsutomu Horikoshi (NTT DoCoMo Inc.) IE2007-283 PRMU2007-267
We propose a method to input a real scene for a 3D display using high-density directional images. The 3D image is create... [more] IE2007-283 PRMU2007-267
pp.139-144
USN, CQ, MoNA
(Joint)
2008-01-25
11:20
Shizuoka Kenshu Kouryu Center, Actcity Hamamatsu (Shizuoka) [Technology Exhibit] A glasses-type interface changes mobile terminal
Mikiko Nakanishi, Tsutomu Horikoshi (NTT Docomo) MoMuC2007-92 USN2007-85
We propose a glasses-type interface which is able to transform a portable commodity into a variety of input/output devic... [more] MoMuC2007-92 USN2007-85
pp.103-104(MoMuC), pp.119-120(USN)
MoNA 2006-07-14
13:00
Osaka Kansai Univ. Centenary Memorial Hall, Kansai Univ. Senriyama Campus [Invited Talk] Mobile Communication Media: Present and Future
Minoru Etoh, Tsutomu Horikoshi, Minoru Takahata, Masaaki Fukumoto (NTT DoCoMo) MoMuC2006-26
We predict that HiFi audio and video communications will emerge as
future mobile multimedia applications with sensatio... [more]
MoMuC2006-26
pp.1-6
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