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ET 2019-09-06
13:30
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology A Study of Special Education Technology Research from the Viewpoint of International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: ICF
Tetsuya Munekata (NISE) ET2019-29
The author summarized trends and definitions of the terms on the research papers and published books on special needs ed... [more] ET2019-29
pp.23-28
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-10
16:40
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Development of a wireless tactile measurement application and its usage in foot sensory examination
Yoshihiro Nomura (Univ. of Tsukuba/AIST), Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU/Univ. of Tsukuba), Noriyo Takahashi (Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic), Shuichi Ino (AIST/Univ. of Tsukuba) WIT2018-85
In this study, a novel wireless tactile measurement application is proposed that can perform early detection of decrease... [more] WIT2018-85
pp.177-181
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2018-12-05
11:20
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Effect of standing versus sitting posture for a foot plantar sensitivity to lateral skin stretch
Yoshihiro Nomura (Univ. of Tsukuba/AIST), Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU/Univ. of Tsukuba), Noriyo Takahashi (Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic), Shuichi Ino (AIST/Univ. of Tsukuba) WIT2018-38
The purpose of this study is to develop a new tactile sensory measurement device capable for early detection of decrease... [more] WIT2018-38
pp.13-18
ET 2018-05-19
14:15
Kanagawa National Institute of Special Needs Education What the school teachers want to know when they teach the children with special education needs using iPads and other tablet PCs in elementary and secondary education classrooms -- Focusing on the role of teachers of special needs education schools --
Shun Nimura (IIYAMA Special Needs Education School), Tetsuya Munekata, Yosuke Araya, Shun Yokoo, Tsutomu Kamiyama, Toru Sugiura (NISE) ET2018-10
The authors conducted focus group discussions which focused on the teachers’ needs when they teach the children with spe... [more] ET2018-10
pp.55-58
WIT 2017-08-29
10:20
Akita Faculty of Engineering Science, Akita Univ. A pilot study of compact metal hydride actuator for a disaster rescue operation
Minako Hosono, Kouji Sakaki, Manabu Chikai (AIST), Shigenobu Shimada (TIRI), Kouki Doi (NISE), Yumiko Nakamura, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2017-23
Rescue operations often need to be done by disaster victims themselves due to delay in arrival of public rescue teams, h... [more] WIT2017-23
pp.51-54
WIT, ASJ-H 2017-02-11
10:50
Ehime Ehime Univ. The influence of a manner to hold a white cane on object's weight perception
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU), Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2016-72
(To be available after the conference date) [more] WIT2016-72
pp.53-56
ET 2017-01-28
13:45
Kanagawa National Institute of Special Needs Education Study of PC input method for Students with Physical/Motor Disabilities
Katsuhiro Kanamori (NISE), Fumito Ito (Shimane Univ.), Sadanobu Yoshimoto (NIT ,Tokyo College), Yoshiyuki Toyama (Machidanookagakuen), Tsuneyoshi Tanimoto (Hachiouji East Special Needs School), Shoudai Sano (Kagawa Special Needs School), Kentaro Noguchi (NIT ,Okinawa College) ET2016-86
We organized the idea of choosing an appropriate input device when Students with Physical/Motor Disabilities having a pr... [more] ET2016-86
pp.43-47
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2015-12-08
18:30
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Measurement of the Head Movement during Sit-to-stand Motion of Toilet Seat
Manabu Chikai (AIST), Emi Ozawa (Showa Inan General Hospital), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shigenobu Shimada (TIRI), Chikamune Wada (KIT), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2015-73
The aim of our study is to develop a new assistance system using a metal hydride actuator during sit-to-stand movement i... [more] WIT2015-73
pp.53-57
WIT 2015-08-25
17:00
Nagano Shinshu University Faculty of Engineering Influence of conjunction on judging hardness of an object by a white cane
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU), Kouki Doi (NISE), Manabu Chikai, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2015-42
White canes are either straight and long, or collapsible. Both types consist of a grip at the top, a shaft, and a tip at... [more] WIT2015-42
pp.33-36
WIT 2014-09-13
10:15
Hyogo Kobe Univ. Kusunoki Campus An analysis of the sounds created by tapping a white cane for judging hardness of an object
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (Tokyo International Univ.), Yoshikazu Seki, Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2014-26
This experimental study examined the ability of people to perceive the hardness of an object solely through the tapping ... [more] WIT2014-26
pp.39-44
MBE 2014-01-24
14:10
Saga Saga University Electronic Musical Instrument "Cymis" with Touch Panel for the Visually Impaired
Yuhei Kajimoto, Shunsuke Kajiyama, Tomohiro Kitamura, Toshikazu Kawai (Osaka Inst. of Tech.), Ryuhei Okuno (Setsunan Univ.), Kouki Doi (NISE), Kenzo Akazawa (kibounoie) MBE2013-98
The purpose of the present study is to develop an accessible electronic musical instrument “Cymis” for visually impaired... [more] MBE2013-98
pp.25-30
WIT 2013-08-29
13:30
Hokkaido Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Bldg. Development of a Plantar Cutaneous Sensation Display and Sensory Evaluation
Manabu Chikai (AIST/NUT), Shuichi Ino (AIST), Noriyo Takahashi (Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic), Tadasuke Onishi (Showa Inan General Hospital), Mitsuru Sato (SU), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shinichi Yoshimura (Asuka Electric Co., Inc.) WIT2013-24
The purpose of this study is to develop a plantar cutaneous stimulator and to evaluate the stretch sense threshold of pl... [more] WIT2013-24
pp.5-10
WIT 2013-08-30
16:10
Hokkaido Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Bldg. Development of High-strength and Lightweight White Cane Fabricated Using Armid-fiber Reinforced Plastic and Its Evaluation -- A Case Study of Verification of Its Effects on Physical Load of Upper Limb --
Kouki Doi (NISE), Atsushi Sugama (TMU), Takahiro Nishimura (Waseda Univ.), Akihiko Seo (TMU), Shuichi Ino (AIST), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (Tokyo International Univ.), Kazuhiko Kosuge (KOSUGE), Akito Miyazaki (A-Tech), Masaaki Sugiyama (Japan Braille Library), Yoshihiro Tanaka, Mayumi Sawada, Takeshi Kaneko, Susumu Oouchi, Katsuhiro Kanamori (NISE) WIT2013-41
The purpose of this research is to clarify the influence of the weight of white canes on body load. More specifically, w... [more] WIT2013-41
pp.97-99
WIT 2013-08-30
16:40
Hokkaido Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Bldg. A tactile perception of an object texture through the white cane
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (Tokyo International Univ.), Shuichi Ino (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE) WIT2013-42
To understand basic tactile perception using white canes, we compared using the index finger and using a white cane with... [more] WIT2013-42
pp.101-104
ET 2013-01-12
14:20
Tokyo   A novel textbook-accessibility for the learners with Intellectual Disabilities
Tetsuya Munekata (NISE) ET2012-77
In this article, the author proposed a novel textbook-accessibility for the learners with Intellectual Disabilities. Fir... [more] ET2012-77
pp.45-50
WIT 2012-01-28
10:15
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Evaluation of Discriminability of Textures with Various Dot Patterns on Embossed Graphics
Ken Watanabe, Tetsuya Watanabe, Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (Niigata Univ.), Susumu Oouchi (NISE), Yutaka Takaoka (Kobe Univ. HP), Shinichi Kita, Kazuya Ishibashi (Kobe Univ.) WIT2011-59
We conducted an experiment to find highly discriminable combinations of area symbols on embossed graphics with sighted a... [more] WIT2011-59
pp.45-49
WIT 2012-01-28
10:45
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Search Methods of Landmarks Along the Route for Producing Route Guidances by Speech
George Akiyama (Niigata Univ.), Tetsuya Watanabe (NiigatFaculty of Engineering, University of Niia Univ.), Ken Watanabe, Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (Niigata Univ.), Kazunori Minatani (DNC), Manabi Miyagi (Tsukuba Univ. Tech.), Susumu Oouchi (NISE) WIT2011-60
Route guidances are one of walking assistance for visually impaired people. We are developing the route guidance automat... [more] WIT2011-60
pp.51-56
ET 2012-01-21
14:15
Chiba   A Study on Support for Students with Hearing Disabilities in Higher Education Institutions
Takuo Suginaka (Waseda Univ.), Kouki Doi (NISE), Takuro Hatakeyama (Waseda Univ.) ET2011-94
When it comes to the real picture of disabled students studying at higher education institutions, the situation has been... [more] ET2011-94
pp.31-34
WIT 2011-05-21
14:30
Niigata Niigata Univ. Development of a Route Guidance System for Blind Pedestrians
George Akiyama, Tetsuya Watanabe, Ken Watanabe, Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (Niigata Univ.), Kazunori Minatani (DNC), Manabi Miyagi (Tsukuba Univ. Tech.), Susumu Oouchi (NISE) WIT2011-18
We developed a route guidance automatic creating system to help blind people know their route by speech. The route guida... [more] WIT2011-18
pp.97-100
WIT 2011-05-21
15:15
Niigata Niigata Univ. Evaluation of Findability and Discriminability of Tactile Symbols in Tactile Maps
Ken Watanabe, Toshimitsu Yamaguchi, Tetsuya Watanabe, George Akiyama (Niigata Univ.), Kazunori Minatani (National Center for Univ. Entrance Exam.), Manabi Miyagi (Tsukuba Univ. of Tech.), Susumu Oouchi (NISE) WIT2011-19
To assist blind persons’ mobility, we are developing a tactile map automated creation system. As it is important to read... [more] WIT2011-19
pp.101-105
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