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CQ, CBE
(Joint)
2020-01-16
09:40
Tokyo NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories Analysis of brain activities evoked by impressions of faces using fNIRS -- Toward application to a kansei-BMI --
Nobuyasu Nakajima (TCU), Shoichi Takeda (Otemon Gakuin Univ./TCU), Shogo Kiryu (TCU) CQ2019-109
(To be available after the conference date) [more] CQ2019-109
pp.13-17
CQ, CBE
(Joint)
2020-01-16
10:00
Tokyo NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories Feature parameter extraction of kansei information in cerebral blood flow
Tameyoshi Ohkoshi (TCU), Shoichi Takeda (Otemon Gakuin Univ./TCU), Shogo Kiryu (TCU), Masayuki Mori (KIT) CQ2019-110
 [more] CQ2019-110
pp.19-22
EA, ASJ-H 2018-08-23
14:20
Miyagi Tohoku Gakuin Univ. Directionality control by using spatial property of sounds
Reika Uchimi, Takashi Miyaura, Kouta Nakagawa (TCU), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (TCU) EA2018-32
The directionality of sounds had been controlled by either an interference tube or microphone array. In these convention... [more] EA2018-32
pp.25-30
EA, ASJ-H 2017-11-30
15:15
Overseas University of Auckland (New Zealand) Spatial sound morphing by using a miniature head simulator array
Takashi Miyaura, Reika Uchimi (Tokyo City Univ.), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (Tokyo City Univ.) EA2017-68
It has been reported that the miniature head simulator system can capture spatial sounds. A single miniature head simula... [more] EA2017-68
pp.55-60
EA, ASJ-H 2017-08-09
14:55
Miyagi Tohoku Univ., R. I. E. C. Noise reduction by using a miniature head simulator array
Takashi Miyaura, Reika Uchimi (TCU), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (TCU) EA2017-31
It has been reported that the miniature head simulator system can capture spatial sounds and during the reproduction of ... [more] EA2017-31
pp.27-32
CQ 2017-07-27
13:25
Hyogo Kobe University A Method of Information Presentation Varying Adaptively Depending on the User's Kansei in a Tour-Navigation System -- An Example of a Koyasan Navigation System --
Masayuki Mori (KIT), Yu Hasegawa (Kindai Univ.), Kazuhiko Morimoto (Koyasan Univ.), Keiji Fujiyoshi (Otemon Gakuin Univ.), Shoichi Takeda (Koyasan Univ.), Shogo Kiryu (TCU) CQ2017-36
In a tour-navigation system, authors are conducting research on a method of presenting information that varies adaptivel... [more] CQ2017-36
pp.43-48
CQ 2015-01-23
14:10
Tokyo   Psycho-Acoustical Measurement of Timings of Target-Card Recognition by Hyakunin-Isshu Karuta-Game Players and Estimation of Acoustic Cues
Shoichi Takeda (TCU), Yu Hasegawa (Kinki University), Tsutomu Tsukui (All-Japan Karuta Association), Shogo Kiryu (TCU) CQ2014-111
Among players of the Hyakunin-isshu karuta (card) game, it is empirically known that well-trained players are able to pr... [more] CQ2014-111
pp.141-146
SP, ASJ-H 2014-10-23
14:00
Wakayama Nanki Shirahama Onsen Hotel Seamore Demonstration of the Panoramic Sound Field System
Motoki Kawano (Tokyo City Univ.), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Kosuke Taki, Kazuki Azuma, Shogo Kiryu (Tokyo City Univ.)
 [more] SP2014-82
pp.37-42
SCE 2014-07-23
13:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. [Invited Talk] Measurement of Boltzmann Constant Based on Quantum Voltage Noise Source
Chiharu Urano, Takahiro Yamada, Kazuaki Yamazawa, Yasuhiro Fukuyama, Nobu-hisa Kaneko, Michitaka Maruyama, Atsushi Domae, Hirotake Yamamori, Jun Tamba (AIST), Shunsuke Yoshida, Shogo Kiryu (Tokyo City Univ.) SCE2014-29
 [more] SCE2014-29
pp.31-36
SCE 2013-01-24
09:25
Okayama Okayama Univ. Determination of the Boltzmann Constant Based on Quantum Voltage Noise Source
Chiharu Urano, Takahiro Yamada (AIST), Tomohiro Horie (Tokyo City Univ.), Kazuaki Yamazawa, Hirotake Yamamori, Yasuhiro Fukuyama, Nobu-hisa Kaneko, Michitaka Maruyama, Atsushi Domae, Jun Tamba (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (Tokyo City Univ.) SCE2012-26
 [more] SCE2012-26
pp.7-12
EA 2011-08-10
09:30
Miyagi RIEC, Tohoku Univ. Binaural recording by using miniature head simulator
Kaori Sato (TCU), Hiroshi Kido (TIT), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (TCU) EA2011-58
It is known that by employing the binaural technique, the spatial information is recordable with only 2 microphones. Whe... [more] EA2011-58
pp.49-53
EA 2010-08-10
11:30
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Hearing Threshold of Fire Alarm Sounds in Complex Cafe
Kaori Sato, Shogo Kiryu (Tokyo City Univ.), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST) EA2010-53
Recently young people often use headphones with portable audio devices. When they use headphones to listen to music, it ... [more] EA2010-53
pp.59-64
EA 2009-03-27
16:30
Tokyo   Sound detector using microphone array and local area network
Takuya Murakami, Shogo Kiryu (Musashi Inst. of Tech.), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST) EA2008-145
A sound detector system designed for detection and location of trapped victims in a disaster area is proposed.The system... [more] EA2008-145
pp.55-60
EA 2008-12-05
09:30
Fukushima   Auralization of inaudible signals
Kaoru Ashihara (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), Shogo Kiryu (Musashi Institute of Technology) EA2008-109
 [more] EA2008-109
pp.49-54
EA 2008-06-27
15:30
Akita Akita Prefectural University Audio pitch shift using Hilbert transform
Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (MITECH) EA2008-35
A new technique to control the pitch of the audio signal without changing the duration was proposed. This technique cons... [more] EA2008-35
pp.51-56
EA 2008-06-27
16:00
Akita Akita Prefectural University A prototype system of sound field effecter for live concert by using a loud speaker array
Seigo Hayashi, Tomoaki Tanno (MI-TECH), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (MI-TECH) EA2008-36
We developed an effector which used a 24-channel loudspeaker array and could be controlled sound field spatially in live... [more] EA2008-36
pp.57-62
EA 2007-12-07
14:20
Tokyo NHK Science & Technical Research Laboratories Hardware implementation of comb filter and frequency shifter for elimination of acoustic oscillation
Kenji Itagaki (Mi-Tech), Kaoru Ashihara, Ryuzo Horiuchi (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (Mi-Tech) EA2007-91
It has been reported that the combination of a comb filter and a frequency shifter can reduce the acoustic oscillation. ... [more] EA2007-91
pp.31-36
EA 2007-08-09
16:50
Miyagi School of Engineering, Tohoku University Elimination of acoustic oscillation by a comb filter and frequency shifting
Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Kenji Itagaki, Shogo Kiryu (Mi-tech) EA2007-45
A technique to reduce acoustic oscillation is proposed. It contains a comb filter and a frequency shifter. The comb filt... [more] EA2007-45
pp.37-42
EA 2006-08-09
11:00
Miyagi   A Basic research on a Portable Security System using microphone arrays
Masataka Takeshita, Shogo Kiryu (MI-TECH), Kaoru Ashihara (AIST), Hiroshi Kido (TOHTECH)
 [more] EA2006-35
pp.7-10
SCE 2006-01-27
13:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Perspective of Realization of a Quantum AC Voltage Standard
Chiharu Urano, Nobu-hisa Kaneko (AIST), Shogo Kiryu (MI-Tech), Masaaki Maezawa, Taro Itatani (AIST)
 [more] SCE2005-23
pp.1-6
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