Presentation 2019-03-10
A Study of Feeling of Fatigue in Visual Object Pursuit Movements
Haruyuki Kojima, Shinano Nino,
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Abstract(in English) The present study examined the subjective feeling of fatigue and discussed the properties, when visual display terminal workers continuously keep following an object on a PC monitor. The evaluation totally increased as they continue the pursuit task. The increase was larger between 1 min and 3 min, than those after 3 min. Electro-oculogram(EOG) was recorded during the task over 30 min. and examined the degree of fatigue from a statistical point of view. However, despite that the fatigue would have been accumulated, there was no consistent, clear, statistical outcome observed in the EOG data histograms. The origin of the feeling of fatigue is discussed, based on the results.
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Keyword(in English) Visual Display Terminal (VDT) work / Feeling of Fatigue / Electro-oculogram (EOG) / Statistical measures
Paper # HIP2018-90
Date of Issue 2019-03-02 (HIP)

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Conference Date 2019/3/9(2days)
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Chair Miyuki Kamachi(Kogakuin Univ.)
Vice Chair Shuichi Sakamoto(Tohoku Univ.) / Yuji Wada(Ritsumeikan Univ.)
Secretary Shuichi Sakamoto(Univ. of Tsukuba) / Yuji Wada(NICT)
Assistant Atsushi Wada(NICT) / Hidetoshi Kanaya(Ritsumeikan Univ.) / Yuki Yamada(Kyushu Univ.)

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Title (in English) A Study of Feeling of Fatigue in Visual Object Pursuit Movements
Sub Title (in English) Investigation with Subjective Feeling of Fatigue and EOG
Keyword(1) Visual Display Terminal (VDT) work
Keyword(2) Feeling of Fatigue
Keyword(3) Electro-oculogram (EOG)
Keyword(4) Statistical measures
1st Author's Name Haruyuki Kojima
1st Author's Affiliation Kanazawa University(Kanazawa U.)
2nd Author's Name Shinano Nino
2nd Author's Affiliation Kanazawa University(Kanazawa U.)
Date 2019-03-10
Paper # HIP2018-90
Volume (vol) vol.118
Number (no) HIP-493
Page pp.pp.37-40(HIP),
#Pages 4
Date of Issue 2019-03-02 (HIP)