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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
IE, EMM, LOIS, IEE-CMN, ITE-ME, IPSJ-AVM [detail] 2019-09-20
11:10
Niigata Tokimeito, Niigata University [Invited Talk] Challenges to Solve Regional Issues through Imaging Technologies
Yoshito ABE (IRI Niigata) LOIS2019-16 IE2019-29 EMM2019-73
In this paper, some of the challenges for the solution of the regional problem by the utilization of image technology an... [more] LOIS2019-16 IE2019-29 EMM2019-73
pp.71-74
SITE, IPSJ-EIP 2019-06-03
14:30
Kanagawa Kanto-Gakuin Univ. Policies and Frameworks for Spectrum Sharing in the US and the UK
Tomoko Yamajo (KDDI Research) SITE2019-2
To ensure that sufficient spectrum is available to support the increasing demands of mobile data traffic, governments an... [more] SITE2019-2
pp.21-26
IMQ, HIP 2016-07-29
13:00
Hokkaido Sapporp City Univ. Interactive Work in Public Space -- Media Arts in 500m Museum and Sapporo Underground walk --
Katsuya Ishida (Sapporo City Univ.) IMQ2016-9 HIP2016-35
This project is to try how to make a new urban scape and urban window to use systems of media technology in public space... [more] IMQ2016-9 HIP2016-35
pp.21-24
CQ, IMQ, MVE, IE
(Joint) [detail]
2015-03-04
16:25
Tokyo Seikei Univ. KY-SYSTEM: textile-based physical interface to assist to read the gap between a user and an atmosphere in semi-public space
Miri Hattori, Ryoko Ueoka (Kyushu Univ.) IMQ2014-67 IE2014-128 MVE2014-115
KY-SYSTEM (KOOKI YOMU SYSTEM) helps the user who is going to enter the laboratory to read the gap between a user and an ... [more] IMQ2014-67 IE2014-128 MVE2014-115
pp.193-198
AP 2015-02-20
10:25
Hyogo Chusho-kigyou center at Amagasaki-City [Invited Lecture] Field experiments of broadband communication using VHF band TV white space in Indonesia
Keigo Hasegawa, Tatsuya Abe, Kanta Sakamaoto, Yoshihiro Kawashima, Keat-Beng Toh, Kei Yanagisawa, Masayuki Takekawa, Junya Dosaka, Masahiro Asano (Hitachi Kokusai Electric) AP2014-200
This paper describes field experiments of broadband communication using VHF (Very High Frequency) band TV (Television) w... [more] AP2014-200
pp.75-80
HCS 2014-10-24
11:10
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. Agriculture and Technology (Koganei) Does the Interactive Public Display Angle Make a Difference in Personal Space? -- A Field Study in a Museum --
Junko Ichino (Kagawa Univ.), Kazuo Isoda, Tetsuya Ueda, Reimi Satoh (DNP) HCS2014-70
We installed an interactive exhibition in a museum and investigated, through a field study, how the display angles of 0,... [more] HCS2014-70
pp.61-66
MVE 2014-10-09
17:45
Hokkaido   The Proposal and Evaluation of "Funbrella", which is an Item that Makes Rainy Day a Little Exciting than Usual. -- The New Medium with Umbrella --
Saori Aisawa, Katsuhiko Ogawa (Keio Univ.) MVE2014-42
We have made a proposal and an evaluation of “Funbrella”, which is an item that makes rainy day a little exciting than u... [more] MVE2014-42
pp.79-82
HCS 2014-03-04
13:00
Ishikawa Rurikoh (Yamashiro Hot Springs, Ishikawa) Effect of Gaze from Distance Conversation in a Public Space
Genki Takahashi, Yugo Takeuchi (Shizuoka Univ.) HCS2013-104
By spreading of the media such as the mobile phones, media-communication has become possible to use anywhere. On the oth... [more] HCS2013-104
pp.1-6
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM, MVE [detail] 2014-01-23
09:30
Osaka   Auditory Space Integration Method Using Multiple Devices
Yosuke Ino, Naoto Yoshida, Yukari Nakatani, Yuya Yoshida, Tomoko Yonezawa (Kansai Univ.) PRMU2013-95 MVE2013-36
In this paper, we propose an auditory reproduction method of virtual three-dimensional sounds in real space, especially ... [more] PRMU2013-95 MVE2013-36
pp.41-44
HCS 2013-11-09
16:20
Osaka Osaka Univ. (Toyonaka) The relation between uncomfortable-contact situations and molestation judgments on public transport
Yuka Igarashi, Keiko Omori, Hiromi Wake (Kanagawa Univ), Yukio Itsukushima (Nihon Univ) HCS2013-66
Chikan, a Japanese term for molestation, has become an unavoidable matter for everyone who uses public transportation, a... [more] HCS2013-66
pp.91-96
LOIS 2013-03-08
16:20
Okinawa   A communication support system for public space user
Wataru Sendo, Norihisa Segawa, Jun Sawamoto, Eiji Sugino (Iwate Prefectural Univ.) LOIS2012-106
We create a communication support system for public space user. This system utilize picture from public space user. We a... [more] LOIS2012-106
pp.215-220
HCGSYMPO
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2012-12-10
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza A Study for Private Information Presentation Method on Large Public Display
Shigeyoshi Iizuka (Kanagawa Univ.), Wataru Naito, Kentaro Go (Univ. of Yamanashi)
Currently, through the development of ubiquitous services,
communicating information via a public display in public sp... [more]

MVE, ITE-HI, HI-SIG-VR 2012-06-26
14:05
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall A Proposal of Device Pairing using Embedded Sensors of Mobile Devices and Cameras
Tokuo Yamaguchi, Shigeru Tatsuzawa, Masato Nonaka (OKI) MVE2012-14
There are many displays including for digital signage in public spaces such as bank offices or airport terminals nowaday... [more] MVE2012-14
pp.29-33
USN, IPSJ-UBI 2009-07-16
13:30
Kyoto ATR (Kyoto) Smart Corridor: Development of Smart Space for Corridors and Public Streets
Masaki Ito, Masaki Ogawa, Takatoshi Kanazawa, Yoshiyuki Tokuda, Naoki Nakagawa, Jumpei Yamamoto, Soko Aoki, Hiroto Aida, Jin Nakazawa, Kazunori Takashio, Hideyuki Tokuda (Keio Univ.) USN2009-17
This paper is about the ``Smart Corridor,'' a project that aims to build the smart space specifically in such spaces as ... [more] USN2009-17
pp.53-58
MVE, ITE-HI 2009-06-08
13:50
Tokyo Seihoku Gallery, Annex, Yayoi Auditorium, the Univ. of Tokyo Study on Improvement in Brightness of Controllable Particle Display Using Water Drops
Shin-ichiro Eitoku (The Univ. of Tokyo / NTT), Kunihiro Nishimura, Tomohiro Tanikawa, Michitaka Hirose (The Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2009-7
We have proposed “Controllable Particle Display”, that controls the position and blinking pattern of particle and yields... [more] MVE2009-7
pp.37-42
MVE 2008-01-24
14:00
Hyogo Kobe Translational Research Informatics Center Study on communication model in public place with QLeaves
Atsunobu Kimura (NTT), Meghan Deutscher (UBC), Masayuki Ihara (NTT Comware), Minoru Kobayashi (NTT) MVE2007-69
We propose QLeaves, a tangible information container system intended for facilitating communication in public places. Wi... [more] MVE2007-69
pp.7-12
USN 2007-05-24
16:25
Tokyo Tokyo Denki University Recording User Activities using RFIDs and Wireless Sensor Nodes
Jun'ichi Yura, Jin Nakazawa, Hideyuki Tokuda (Keio Univ.) USN2007-7
We have been investigating a new class of ubiquitous services, called Activity Logging, which take advantages of the pri... [more] USN2007-7
pp.31-36
EA 2007-04-27
14:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg (Tokyo, Japan) A system to improve the compatibility between departure signals and speech announcements
Mana Yasumura, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Kazuhiko Kawahara (Kyushu Univ.) EA2007-2
Departure signals and speech announcements often occur at the same time in a busy railway station. Thus the announcement... [more] EA2007-2
pp.7-10
MoNA, ITE-BCT, ITE-CE 2006-09-14
10:00
Osaka Osaka Musium of History Expansion Techniques of Embedding Audio Watermark Data Rate for Constructing Ubiquitous Acoustic Spaces
Toshio Modegi (DNP) MoMuC2006-37
We are proposing “Ubiquitous Acoustic Spaces”, where each sound source can emit some address information and makes us au... [more] MoMuC2006-37
pp.1-6
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