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IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2016-03-07
13:50
Okinawa   Simultaneous Drawing System for Multiple Laminated Magnetic Sheets Using Magnetic Force Control
Katsuki Hanawa, Tomoko Hashida (Waseda Univ.) IMQ2015-38 IE2015-137 MVE2015-65
We aim to enhance expressions on paper and review a system to draw or edit pictures on multiple laminated sheets simulta... [more] IMQ2015-38 IE2015-137 MVE2015-65
pp.59-60
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2016-03-07
15:30
Okinawa   How Changing Beverage Saturation Affects Strength and Clarity of Taste
Yukihiro Nishimura, Tomoko Hashida (Waseda Univ.) IMQ2015-42 IE2015-141 MVE2015-69
In order to change taste perception by visual feedback, we propose a system that changes both food and beverage color sa... [more] IMQ2015-42 IE2015-141 MVE2015-69
pp.79-83
MVE, ITE-HI, HI-SIG-VR 2013-06-26
13:00
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, The University of Tokyo (Hongo campus) Measurement of Spatio-temporal Frequency Characteristics while Watching Images of PVLC Projector
Shotaro Goto (Univ. of Tokyo), Tomoko Hashida (Waseda Univ.), Takeshi Naemura (Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2013-16
Pixel-level Visible Light Communication (PVLC) is a system that can embed location-specific metadata into projected imag... [more] MVE2013-16
pp.71-76
MVE, ITE-HI, HI-SIG-VR 2011-06-28
13:30
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall Projection Based Color-forming Display Using UV Projector
Tomoko Hashida (The Univ. of Tokyo), Yasuaki Kakehi (Keio Univ.), Takeshi Naemura (The Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2011-17
Projection based color-forming display, which combines a physical paper coated with photochromic material with a UV Proj... [more] MVE2011-17
pp.13-14
MVE 2011-05-13
14:15
Ibaraki   SolaColor -- Space Coloration with Solar Light --
Tomoko Hashida (The Univ.of Tokyo), Yasuaki Kakehi (Keio Univ.), Takeshi Naemura (The Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2011-4
 [more] MVE2011-4
pp.21-26
CQ, MVE, IE
(Joint) [detail]
2011-03-07
09:30
Nagasaki Yasuragi IOUJIMA Examination of relation between number of people and CO2 concentration in museum
Takashi Nariya, YoungAh Seong, Tomoko Hashida, Takeshi Naemura (Univ. of Tokyo) IE2010-146 MVE2010-134
It is needed to count people in public spaces such as museum making consideration about their privacy.
We address this ... [more]
IE2010-146 MVE2010-134
pp.3-8
MVE 2010-10-22
13:00
Hokkaido Tokachi Plaza (Obihiro) Usability Evaluation of LimpiDual Touch (Second Report) -- Experiment on Finger Position --
Tomoko Ohtani, Tomoko Hashida (Univ. of Tokyo), Yasuaki Kakehi (Keio Univ.), Takeshi Naemura (Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2010-67
This report evaluates the usability of LimpiDual Touch, which is a transparent display system with touch panels on the b... [more] MVE2010-67
pp.85-90
MVE 2010-05-15
11:35
Kyoto Kyoto Sangyo University A Basic Study on Real World Oriented Interface using Photochromic Materials
Tomoko Hashida (Univ. of Tokyo), Yasuaki Kakehi (Keio.Univ), Takeshi Naemura (Univ. of Toky) MVE2010-18
This paper proposes a real-world oriented interface using the photochromic materials which realize non-contact control o... [more] MVE2010-18
pp.65-66
MVE 2010-05-15
11:55
Kyoto Kyoto Sangyo University Personalized leaflet that reflects appreciation experience in museums
Youngah Seong, Tomoko Hashida (Univ. of Tokyo), Yasuaki Kakehi (Keio Univ.), Takeshi Naemura (Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2010-19
How to get feedback from visitors and connect those data to useful services in museum has remained an important challeng... [more] MVE2010-19
pp.67-68
MVE 2010-03-12
09:00
Kanagawa Toshiba Science Museum Usability Evaluation of LimpiDual Touch
Tomoko Ohtani, Tomoko Hashida (Univ. of Tokyo), Yasuaki Kakehi (Keio Univ.), Takeshi Naemura (Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2009-130
Touch-sensing devices are very promising methods for intuitive interaction. In order to extend their degree of freedom, ... [more] MVE2009-130
pp.1-2
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