CEATEC JAPAN 2015

2015/10/7-2015/10/1010:00-17:00 at Makuhari messe

Exhibit InformationHirose Tanikawa Lab., the University of Tokyo

Hirose Tanikawa Lab., the University of Tokyo

Address
83C2 School of Eng. Bld. 2, 7-3-1 Bunkyo-ku, Hongo, Tokyo 113-8656, Japan
URL
http://www.cyber.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/
Stage
Lifestyle & Society Stage
Hall
hall3
Booth Location
3L114
Exhibit Products Name

Electronic tablet devices(Tablet PCs, Electronic dictionaries, Electronic books, Portable game players, others)

Science and technology, Leading-edge Technology, Element technology, Research presentations

Touch & Interactive display

Company Introduction

Our research laboratory focuses on developing a high level user interface that unites human and computer, called Cybernetic Interface.

Starting with virtual reality technology (VR), we seek to research and develop such interface in detail. Some of the research themes that our laboratory is working on are image-based rendering technology, augmented reality (AR) technology, multimodal and crossmodal interfaces, and technology concerning lifelog and Big data.

We are also interested in the contents that are made from such technology, and social implementation of those technologies. Some projects that we are working on are the Digital Museum project, the Digital Public Art project, and the Senior Cloud project.

Exhibiting Products

Exhibiting Products 1

Other information communication equipment and terminals, related products and services

AirHaptics: Displaying Contact Feeling With AR Object Using Pseudo-haptics

This visuo-haptic augmented reality (AR) system delivers pinching and pulling interactions with AR objects and characters. The system employs a cross-modal effect at the point where fingers feel an equivalent contacting sensation when pinching an object. It controls bathyesthesia with visuo-haptic interaction based on a rendering algorithm that evokes haptic sensations without using haptic devices.

Exhibiting Products 2

Touch & Interactive display

Yubi-Toko: Finger Walking in Snowy Scene using Pseudo-haptics on Touchpad

“Yubi-Toko” is a system on touch panel where users can walk in snowy scene with their fingers, feeling the difficulty in moving forward generated by pseudo-haptic technique.
The approach assessed in this paper explores the possibility to provide users with pseudo-haptic effect using touch panel and is applicable to the application where users repeatedly manipulate the background visual image in a short time.

Contact Information

Address
〒113-8656  Hirose-Tanikawa Lab., School of Eng. Bld.2 83C2, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo, Japan
URL
http://www.cyber.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Person Job Title
Hirose Tanikawa Lab., the University of Tokyo
Person in charge
Takuji Narumi
TEL
03-5841-6369
FAX
03-5800-6977
Email 1
narumi@cyber.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

PR Contact Information

Address
〒113-8656 Hirose-Tanikawa Lab., School of Eng. Bld.2 83C2, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo, Japan
URL
http://www.cyber.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Person Job Title
Hirose Tanikawa Lab., the University of Tokyo
Person in charge
Takuji Narumi
TEL
03-5841-6369
FAX
03-5800-6977
Email 1
narumi@cyber.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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