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HIP 2020-10-09
14:10
Online Online Change of eye movement in response to vibration stimulus in the peripheral field of vision
Takahiro Ueno, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HIP2020-47
Viewer's responses and eye movements were analysed in order to obtain selective perception for visual stimuli during dua... [more] HIP2020-47
pp.75-80
LOIS 2020-03-11
11:30
Okinawa Nobumoto Ohama Memorial Hall
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Study of information display method focusing on visual attention guidance for self improvement
Ryohei Saijo, Tae Sato, Shin-ichiro Eitoku, Masahiro Watanabe (NTT) LOIS2019-59
It is difficult for users to habitually continue working for their goals such as good health, skill acquisition, and imp... [more] LOIS2019-59
pp.19-24
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2019-12-11
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Decreasing VR Sickness by information reduction using gaze position
Masami Mori, Shinji Uchida (NIT, Nara College), Kiyoshi Kiyokawa (NAIST)
Recently, despite the release of VR-related devices for the general public, the VR industry is stagnant. The reason is t... [more]
HIP 2019-10-31
13:45
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Examination of the effect that the vibration motion stimulus in the peripheral field of vision gives to the gaze action
Takahiro Ueno, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) HIP2019-59
Perceptual performances and attentional levels were observed in response to vibration motion stimulus at peripheral visu... [more] HIP2019-59
pp.55-60
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Attentional view for vibration stimulus in peripheral vision field
Takahiro Ueno (Tokyo Tech)
Perceptual reactions of the vibration stimulus placed in the peripheral field were analyzed in order to evaluate attenti... [more]
HIP 2017-10-23
15:20
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Experimental evaluation by presenting wide angle visual image using local frequency filters
Mami Ueno (Ochanomizu Univ.), Suguru Saito (Tokyo Tech.) HIP2017-61
Contrast sensitivity function for peripheral vision is defined by measuring sensable thresholds of grating stimuli.
W... [more]
HIP2017-61
pp.27-30
HIP 2017-03-09
13:15
Osaka CiNet Effect of auditory stimulus on information processing in peripheral vision
Takayuki Watanabe, Yoshiyuki Sato, Shunji Satoh (UEC) HIP2016-77
A study on visual-auditory interaction reported that visual-target detection was facilitated by simultaneously presented... [more] HIP2016-77
pp.17-20
HIP 2017-03-09
13:55
Osaka CiNet Development and evaluation of fMRI compatible wide-view stereoscopic visual presentation system
Atsushi Wada, Yuichi Sakano, Hiroshi Ando (NICT/Osaka Univ.) HIP2016-79
Wide-view and stereoscopic visual stimulation are known to facilitate various aspects of visual perception and cognition... [more] HIP2016-79
pp.27-30
HIP 2016-09-28
15:25
Nara   An analysis of spatial sampling properties of peripheral vision based on a retinal neuron network model
Kensuke Kubo, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai) HIP2016-59
In this study, we propose a mathematical model of a retinal network which replicates spatial sampling properties of peri... [more] HIP2016-59
pp.79-84
HIP 2013-09-13
15:30
Kyoto NICT Keihanna building Evaluation of Reading Interfaces Optimized for Effective Visual Field
Jumpei Kobayashi, Takashi Sekiguchi, Eiji Shinbori (DNP), Toshio Kawashima (FUN) HIP2013-59
We propose a reading interface that can be read efficiently in the limited effective visual field. In the case of concen... [more] HIP2013-59
pp.49-54
HIP 2013-07-14
11:30
Niigata Niigata University of Internatilnal and Information Studies Development of Experimental System with Head Mount Display for measuring Function of Visual Field
Yohsuke Yoshioka (Chiba Univ.) HIP2013-42
In this study, we developed an experimental system with a wide-view HMD and an eye-movement tracker. The system was cond... [more] HIP2013-42
pp.45-48
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2013-03-13
10:15
Tokyo Tamagawa University Pedestrian Guidance and Sensory Fusion Using Peripheral-Vision-Stimulus and Vibratory Stimulus
Fumihiko Mori (Tamagawa Univ.), Norifumi Watanabe (Tokyo Univ. of Tech.), Takashi Omori (Tamagawa Univ.) NC2012-138
Human walking is affected by vision, vestibular, somatic and other various sensations that come through the sensory-moto... [more] NC2012-138
pp.25-30
MVE, ITE-HI, HI-SIG-VR 2012-06-27
13:00
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall Investigation of the Peripheral Visual Field for Information Display with a Wide Field-of-view See-through HMD using a Virtual Environment
Naohiro Kishishita, Tomohiro Mashita, Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, Haruo Takemura (Osaka Univ.) MVE2012-23
Recently, wide field-of-view optical see-through head-mounted displays (HMD) have been studied. Wide-view HMDs will allo... [more] MVE2012-23
pp.85-90
HIP 2008-12-18
- 2008-12-19
Miyagi RIEC Spatial perception of audio-visual information in peripheral vision
Dae-Gee Kang, Royta Miyauchi, Yukio Iwaya, Yo-iti Suzuki (Tohoku Univ.) HIP2008-145
Psychophysical experiment was conducted to investigate the impact of the audio-visual spatial disparity on perceptual sp... [more] HIP2008-145
pp.117-122
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