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KBSE 2022-01-20
- 2022-01-21
Online Virtual (Zoom) Extended virtual space interface using handheld controllers
Kazuki Komoriya, Yasushi Kambayashi (NIT), Munehiro Takimoto (TUS)
In today's information society, using computers is an indispensable part of modern life. It is very difficult, however, ... [more]
HIP 2021-10-21
Online Online Effect of adaptation to stimulus change across saccade on pre-saccadic stimulus recognition
Ryota Noguchi, Rumi Hisakata, Hirohiko Kaneko (Tokyo Tech) HIP2021-33
To perceive the information in the limited visual field, we integrate information among the central and peripheral visua... [more] HIP2021-33
CQ 2021-08-04
Online Online A Factor Analysis of Uncomfortable Feeling caused by Image Retargeting in Retargeted Images using Subjective Assessment and Eye Measurement
Yoshikazu Kawayoke (NIT, Ishikawa College), Yasuhiro Inazumi (Yamanashi Eiwa College) CQ2021-34
As the resolutions and aspect ratios of displays are becoming increasingly diverse, there is growing interest in image r... [more] CQ2021-34
HIP 2020-10-08
Online Online Relationship between objects and eye movement in comic reading
Kenta Watanabe, Ippei Negishi, Ritsuko Izuhara (KIT) HIP2020-33
Easy-to-read comics are designed so that the reader's line of sight is always kept in mind and that they can be guided a... [more] HIP2020-33
HIP 2020-10-08
Online Online [Invited Talk] Fixational eye movement and visual information processing
Yasuto Tanaka (Miki Holdings) HIP2020-37
The first stage of visual processing, the photo processing by photo-cells (rod and cone) is affected by eye movement. Ev... [more] HIP2020-37
SIS 2020-03-06
Saitama Saitama Hall
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Detection of moving objects with different intensity using ring filters
Tsuyoshi Narita, Ryoto Nishiyama, Katsuya Kondo (Tottori Univ.) SIS2019-52
Moving objects can be often detected by background subtracting or temporal differencing as the traditional approach. How... [more] SIS2019-52
NLC 2020-02-17
Tokyo Seikei University Analysing emergency care team leaders' eye gaze for understanding non-verbal behaviours in emergency care interaction
Keiko Tsuchiya, Akira Taneichi (YCU), Kyota Nakamura (YCU Medical Cetnre), Takuma Sakai (YKH), Takeru Abe (YCU Medical Cetnre), Takeshi Saitoh (Kyutech) NLC2019-42
In emergency care interaction, a team leader collaborates with his members to safely perform medical procedures. This pr... [more] NLC2019-42
KBSE 2020-01-25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. User interface in virtual space using VR device with eye tracking
Kazuki Komoriya, Taiga Sakurai, Yusuke Seki, Yasushi Kambayashi (NIT) KBSE2019-40
It is difficult for persons with severe disabilities who cannot control their hands and feet to operate the mouse and ke... [more] KBSE2019-40
HCS 2020-01-26
Oita Room407, J:COM HorutoHall OITA (Oita) Early sensitivity to hiragana letters in Japanese 18-month-olds -- An eye tracking study --
Hiroki Higuchi, Yuko Okumura, Tessei Kobayashi (NTT) HCS2019-78
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2019-78
NC, MBE 2019-12-06
Aichi Toyohashi Tech Relation of movement intermittency and eye-movement during drawing using Wavelet analysis
Yamato Nagata, Naohiro Fukumura (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) MBE2019-45 NC2019-36
When performing a movement that moves the arm continuously, such as a manual tracking, discontinuous movement called “mo... [more] MBE2019-45 NC2019-36
ET 2019-09-06
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Consideration of the line of sight of reading by children during pre- and post-concentration rev4.0 -- Reading situation using photo reading technique --
Shinjiro Murayama (Special Needs Education School for the Visually Impaired, Univ.), Koji Harada (Utsunomiya Unive.), Sachiko Kimura (ALMACRATION) ET2019-28
The 4th reading party for elementary and junior high school students including developmental disabilities was held.This ... [more] ET2019-28
TL 2019-07-27
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] Relative Processing by L2 speakers of English
Douglas Roland (Waseda) TL2019-24
We present the results of three eye-tracking experiments: the first tested full NP vs. pronominal subject and object rel... [more] TL2019-24
ET 2019-06-15
Gifu Chubu Gakuin University Consideration of the line of sight of reading by children during pre-and post-concentration rev3.0 -- Reading situation using photo reading technique --
Shijiro Murayama (Special Needs Education School for the Visually Impaired, Univ.), Koji Harada (Utsunomiya Univ. Division of Professional Teacher Ed), Sachiko Kimura (ACI) ET2019-12
The third reading meeting for elementary and junior high school students including developmental disorders was held. Thi... [more] ET2019-12
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Kagoshima Kagoshima University Visualization parts of interest based on gaze of instructor and its evaluation
Syota Osumi, Hiroaki Kudo, Tetsuya Matsumoto (Nagoya Univ.), Yoshinori Takeuchi (Daido Univ.) IMQ2018-70 IE2018-154 MVE2018-101
Gazing behaviors based on knowledge of instructors are expressed during tutoring activities. The knowledge is acquired w... [more] IMQ2018-70 IE2018-154 MVE2018-101
EMM 2019-03-13
Okinawa TBD [Poster Presentation] An eye-contact feedback system using the estimation of the facial direction during oral presentation
Yo Horiuchi, Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College), Tomoko Hori (Juntendo Univ.) EMM2018-97
In the globalized society, there have been lots of opportunities to give speeches in English. It is quite important for ... [more] EMM2018-97
ITS, IE, ITE-MMS, ITE-HI, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2019-02-20
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. A note on estimation of inspectors' visual attention using distress images of subway tunnels -- Trial introduction of deep learning-based saliency prediction methods --
Ryota Saito, Keisuke Maeda, Takahiro Ogawa, Miki Haseyama (Hokkaido Univ.)
This paper presents the first trial for estimating inspectors' visual attention of distress images in subway tunnels. Th... [more]
WIT, ASJ-H 2019-02-08
Ehime Ehime Univ. Class participating assistant system based on avatar robot
Yeonkyung Eom, Keiki Wada (Ehime Univ.), Satoru Shibata (Ehime Univ,), Tomonori Karita (Ehime Univ.) WIT2018-58
For the children and students who are under care of hospitals or welfare facilities and cannot present at school, a syst... [more] WIT2018-58
HCS 2019-02-02
Niigata Niigata Nippo Media Ship Development of toddler's hiragana-sound knowledge -- An eye-tracking study --
Hiroki Higuchi, Yuko Okumura, Tessei Kobayashi (NTT) HCS2018-62
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2018-62
ET 2019-01-26
Osaka Umeda Campus, Kansai University Consideration of the line of sight of reading by children during pre- and post-concentration
Shinjiro Murayama (Special Needs Education School for the Visually Impaired, Univ.), Koji Harada (Utsunomiya Univ. Division of Professional Teacher Ed.) ET2018-86
Last time (report in ET last November), we held a reading meeting for elementary and junior high school students includi... [more] ET2018-86
ET 2018-12-08
Niigata Nagaoka University of Technology Support Restarting from Interrupted Reading by e-Reader
Kenshiro Saito, Toshio Kawashima (FUN), Jumpei Kobayashi (DNP) ET2018-76
Electronic book readers (e-readers) have several functions that paper-based books lack; however, e-readers require furth... [more] ET2018-76
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