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HIP 2020-10-09
11:45
Online Online Investigation of myoelectric potential features effective for predicting falling of objects due to slippage
Shohei Terada, Masahiro Migita, Masashi Toda (Kumamoto Univ.), Kazuaki Kondo (kyoto Univ.), Junichi Akita (Kanazawa Univ.), Yuichi Nakamura (kyoto Univ.) HIP2020-45
In recent years, sensing technology that appropriately detects a person's intention and state from surface EMG signal... [more] HIP2020-45
pp.65-69
HIP 2018-08-02
13:55
Tokyo Tokyo Woman's Christian University The effect of kinematic components on unintentional error in writing -- the mechanism of slip of the pen --
Chiharu Yamada (Waseda Univ.), Yoshihiro Itaguchi (Keio Univ.), Kazuyoshi Fukuzawa (Waseda Univ.) HIP2018-43
Action slip refers unintentional and substitutional error in action sequences. Slip of the pen, the error that mistakenl... [more] HIP2018-43
pp.23-26
NC, IBISML, IPSJ-BIO, IPSJ-MPS [detail] 2018-06-13
- 2018-06-15
Okinawa Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Vergence eye movements induced by Radial flow motion stimulus
Yasushi Kodaka (AIST), Keisuke Kushiro (Kyout-u) NC2018-9
For stabilize our visual input, we have short latency eye movements as Ocular Following Eye Response (OFR). The vergence... [more] NC2018-9
pp.21-23
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-12-07
15:30
Aichi Toyohashi University of Technology Investigation of motor evaluation using power-law in elliptic movement
Takashi Oyama, Makoto Ayabe, Yoshihide Inukai, Seiji Saito, Jinro Takato, Akihito Sako (Okayama Prefectural Univ.) NC2016-44
For human elliptic arm movements, the relation expressed a power-law between velocity and curvature has been reported. T... [more] NC2016-44
pp.25-30
WIT 2016-03-05
09:30
Ibaraki Tusukuba Univ. of Tech.(Tsukuba) Hearing Aid with Lip Reading -- Speech Enhancement using Vowel Estimation --
Yuzuru Iinuma, Tetsuya Matsumoto (Nagoya Univ.), Yoshinori Takeuchi (Daido Univ.), Hiroaki Kudo, Noboru Ohnishi (Nagoya Univ.) WIT2015-98
Under highly noisy environments such as construction sites and cocktail parties, it is difficult for not only humans but... [more] WIT2015-98
pp.53-58
IMQ 2015-11-27
16:55
Kyoto   How to evaluate the English pronunciation learning by lip movement
Miyuki Suganuma, Tomoki Yamamura, Yuko Hoshino, Mitsuho Yamada (Tokai Univ.) IMQ2015-26
In a previous study, we investigated utterance recognition by focusing on lip movements, which is one aspect of multimod... [more] IMQ2015-26
pp.31-36
EMM 2014-05-16
11:15
Tokyo   [Tutorial Lecture] Lip reading
Takeshi Saitoh (Kyutech) EMM2014-6
Lip reading is a technique of understanding speech content by visually acquiring the movements of the lips. This technol... [more] EMM2014-6
pp.29-34
PRMU 2014-03-14
10:45
Tokyo   A study on multi-modal speech recognition using depth images
Naoya Ukai, Satoshi Tamura, Satoru Hayamizu (Gifu Univ.) PRMU2013-198
This paper presents a novel framework which uses depth information of human face and mouth movements as yet another moda... [more] PRMU2013-198
pp.179-184
CQ, MVE, IE, IMQ, CEA
(Joint) [detail]
2014-03-07
15:45
Oita Beppu International Convention Center Proposal of the training method of utterance by lip movements
Eiki Wakamatsu, Taishi Terao, Yumeko Yamazaki, Mitsuho Yamada (Tokai Univ.) IMQ2013-80 IE2013-189 MVE2013-118
We have proposed the method to recognize the contents of utterance like speech reading, using lips movement while utteri... [more] IMQ2013-80 IE2013-189 MVE2013-118
pp.277-280
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2013-03-13
16:00
Tokyo Tamagawa University Continuous Biased Running during Chemotaxis of Drosophila Larvae.
Shumpei Ohashi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech./Tokyo Univ. Pharm. Life Science), Takako Morimoto, Hiroyoshi Miyakawa (Tokyo Univ. Pharm. Life Science), Toru Aonishi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NC2012-154
The Drosophila larva can orient its movements towards chemoattractants such as food sources using olfactory information.... [more] NC2012-154
pp.119-124
WIT 2008-03-23
15:45
Fukuoka Kitakyushu Science and Research Park Computer Graphics of Mouth movements for a Pronunciation Practice CAI System Based on Lip Reading Techniques
Mariko Oda, Shun Ichinose (K.I.T), Seio Oda (F.J.C.T) WIT2007-107
We have developed the pronunciation practice CAI system called "Lip Readingあい" for deaf children. This system is based ... [more] WIT2007-107
pp.97-102
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