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MI 2019-01-22
11:00
Okinawa   [Invited Talk] Cell and tissue imaging generated by nanoparticles and Precision Medicine support
Yasushi Nakano, Hisatake Okada, Naoko Furusawa (KonicaMinolta), Kohsuke Godna (Tohouku Univ.) MI2018-64
The development of new drugs, especially molecular targeted drugs in cancer therapy and introduction to the treatment si... [more] MI2018-64
pp.25-28
WIT 2018-06-10
11:45
Kanagawa   Development screen-reader a built-in automatic braille translating server for Visually impaired
Masamitsu Misono (Shisyou Senta), Aki Sugano, Yutaka Takaoka (Koube Univ.), Yasushi Nakano (Kei Univ.) WIT2018-11
Screen reader is a generic term for applications that convert screen information into speech synthesis or braille and ou... [more] WIT2018-11
pp.53-58
HIP 2015-07-18
13:40
Fukuoka Kyushu Sangyo University A consideration of perceived self-motion by cutaneous sensation in relation to vestibular stimuli (1) -- Comparison of transfer motion and vibration --
Kayoko Murata (TMU), Hidemi Komatsu, Yasushi Nakano (Keio Univ.), Shigeru Ichihara (MEDIA EYE), Masami Ishihara (TMU), Naoe Masuda (SSU) HIP2015-48
We recently confirmed that self-motion perception could be elicited by cutaneous stimulation accompanied by vestibular i... [more] HIP2015-48
pp.37-40
HIP 2015-07-18
14:00
Fukuoka Kyushu Sangyo University A consideration of perceived self-motion by cutaneous sensation in relation to vestibular stimuli (2) -- Whether the direction of transfer motion and the direction of wind are consistent or not --
Hidemi Komatsu (Keio Univ.), Kayoko Murata (TMU), Takeharu Seno (Kyusyu Univ.), Yasushi Nakano (Keio Univ.), Naoe Masuda (SSU) HIP2015-49
Perceived self-motion has been mainly investigated in vision. But, Murata et al. (2014) reported the wind for cutaneous ... [more] HIP2015-49
pp.41-44
WIT 2014-10-19
15:35
Kumamoto   A study of production of DAISY multimedia books useful in special needs education.
SungMin Han, Takashi Nakamura, Hiromitsu Aizawa (Fukuoka University of Education), Yasushi Nakano (Keio University) WIT2014-43
 [more] WIT2014-43
pp.23-28
WIT 2006-10-13
10:00
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Characteristics of saccadic eye movement as an interface of the automatic perimetry
Norio Ideguchi (Tokuyama Univ.), Yasushi Nakano (Keio Univ.), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU)
The purpose of this research is to examine characteristics of saccadic eye movement(saccade) as an interface of the auto... [more] WIT2006-40
pp.45-50
ET 2005-03-05
15:25
Tokushima   Case study of instruction of personal computers to deafblind people, taking their communication characteristics into consideration
Naoyuki Okochi (tyojyu), Yasushi Nakano, , , Tomonori Karita (Univ.Tokyo)
People with deafblind intending to become independence need to communicate other people by their own
effort. The use of... [more]
ET2004-128
pp.153-158
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