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HIP 2016-09-28
14:00
Nara   The Effect of Salience and Ensemble Information on Eye Movements in Visual Search
Shunsuke Kumakiri (Kyoto Univ.), Yoshiyuki Ueda (KokoronoMirai), Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2016-56
The more salient point of the scene, the more it attracts visual attention (Itti & Koch, 2000). While saliency map is co... [more] HIP2016-56
pp.67-70
HIP 2015-09-29
14:20
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa The effect of Saliency and Ensemble in Visual Search
Shunsuke Kumakiri, Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2015-84
A saliency-based visual attention model can simulate the mechanism of human eye movement in experimental psychology. Tha... [more] HIP2015-84
pp.61-65
HIP 2013-07-14
10:40
Niigata Niigata University of Internatilnal and Information Studies Acquisition of Elevation Knowledge in a Virtual Environment
Hiroyuki Tsuda, Masashi Sugimoto, Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2013-40
Environmental slant has several influences on spatial navigation. We investigated how elevation knowledge are acquired a... [more] HIP2013-40
pp.37-41
NC, IPSJ-BIO [detail] 2011-06-24
10:20
Okinawa 50th Anniversary Memorial Hall, University of the Ryukyus Involvement of human visual motion areas in monocular depth perception
Tetsuya Yamamoto, Hiroki Yamamoto (Kyoto Univ.), Hiroaki Mano (ATR/ATR-Promotions), Masahiro Umeda, Chuzo Tanaka (Meiji Univ. of Integrative Med.), Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.) NC2011-8
Recent studies have revealed that human visual motion areas are involved in three-dimensional (3-D) object perception fr... [more] NC2011-8
pp.79-84
PRMU, HIP 2010-06-24
10:15
Aomori   Effect of genetic polymorphisms on scene categorisation performance
Yuichiro Kikuno, Jun Saiki, Tetsuro Matsunaga (Kyoto Univ.) PRMU2010-37 HIP2010-26
 [more] PRMU2010-37 HIP2010-26
pp.1-5
PRMU, HIP 2010-03-16
10:50
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. Visual short-term memory related activity in topographic areas of human intraparietal sulcus
Masanori Kanazu, Hiroki Yamamoto, Nobukatsu Sawamoto, Hidenao Fukuyama, Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.) PRMU2009-289 HIP2009-174
Intraparietal sulcus (IPS) is known to be activated during visual short-term memory (VSTM) task, reflecting subjects’ me... [more] PRMU2009-289 HIP2009-174
pp.329-334
HIP 2007-11-19
- 2007-11-20
Ishikawa Kanazawa Institute of Technology Haptic inputs affects visual perception
Yoshiyuki Ueda, Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2007-105
 [more] HIP2007-105
pp.33-37
MVE 2007-06-04
13:30
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, the Univ. of Tokyo The adaptation of vision-haptics simultaneity judgments for the deformation of virtual object
Kohske Takahashi (JST), Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.), Katsumi Watanabe (Tokyo Univ.) MVE2007-5
 [more] MVE2007-5
pp.21-26
MVE, CQ, MoNA
(Joint)
2006-01-27
09:10
Oita Beppu Onsen Spring (Resorpia Beppu Hotel) Psychophysical investigation on visual-haptic integration of the deformation of a virtual object
Kohske Takahashi, Jun Saiki (Kyoto Univ.)
 [more] MVE2005-64
pp.45-50
NC 2006-01-23
10:30
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. A model for change detection task -- cooperation between a focused attention mechanism and a distributed attention mechanism --
Takahiko Koike (Kyoto Univ.), Jun Saiki (JST, Kyoto Univ.)
 [more] NC2005-91
pp.7-12
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