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WIT, HI-SIGACI 2023-12-07
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront (TBD) Intuitive Walking Assistance System for Visually Impaired Individuals
Yudai Murase, Eiji Kamioka (SIT), Manami Kanamaru (TDU) WIT2023-33
Assisting the mobility of individuals with visual impairments is a highly significant societal challenge. Walking with a... [more] WIT2023-33
ET 2023-01-20
Hyogo Hyogo College of Medicine and Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Support of Online Classes by Estimating Learner’s Subjective Learning Difficulty Based on Eye Movement
Yosuke Asano, Eiji Kamioka, Manami Kanamaru (SIT) ET2022-59
In online classes where the instructor and learners are not in the same space, it is difficult for the instructor to obs... [more] ET2022-59
SP, WIT, IPSJ-SLP, ASJ-H [detail] 2021-10-19
Online Online Danger Avoidance System by Pressurizing Lower Legs for Visually Impaired People
Kohei Yokokawa, Eiji Kamioka, Manami Kanamaru (SIT) SP2021-29 WIT2021-22
When visually impaired people go out, there are various hazards such as steps and obstacles. Many navigation systems and... [more] SP2021-29 WIT2021-22
ET 2021-07-03
Online Online Evaluation Method of Initiative Using Verbal and Nonverbal Information
Shuma Tajima, Eiji Kamioka, Manami Kanamaru (SIT) ET2021-7
In the field of education such as universities, active learning such as group discussion (hereinafter, referred to as "G... [more] ET2021-7
MoNA 2019-01-16
Kyoto T. B. D. [Encouragement Talk] Possibility of Walking Support for Blind People by Controlling the Indicated Phosphene Positions
Manami Kanamaru, Eiji Kamioka, Phan Xuan Tan (SIT) MoNA2018-63
Most of visual impaired people use a white stick for walking. However, they may face unsafe situations because they cann... [more] MoNA2018-63
(Joint) [detail]
Saga Karatsu Civic Exchange Plaza Study on Relation between Stimulated Parts of Retina and Perceived Positions of Phosphene towards Realization of Walking Support System for Blind People
Manami Kanamaru, Yuhi Kaihoko, Yoshihiro Nagano, Phan Xuan Tan, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) MoNA2018-26 CNR2018-23
In this study, the reliability of using phosphene in intuitive walking support system for blind people has been investig... [more] MoNA2018-26 CNR2018-23
pp.25-30(MoNA), pp.31-36(CNR)
(Joint) [detail]
Saga Karatsu Civic Exchange Plaza Improvement of Customer Satisfaction in Amusement Park by Using Spontaneous Position Exchange
Yoshihiro Nagano, Yuhi Kaihoko, Manami Kanamaru, Phan Xuan Tan, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) MoNA2018-28 CNR2018-25
Every year, amusement parks such as Tokyo Disney Resort attract more and more people to visit. However, the customers wh... [more] MoNA2018-28 CNR2018-25
pp.37-42(MoNA), pp.43-48(CNR)
(Joint) [detail]
Saga Karatsu Civic Exchange Plaza Prevention of Unintended Appearance in Photos through Detection of Taking Photo Behavior by Photographer
Yuhi Kaihoko, Manami Kanamaru, Yoshihiro Nagano, Phan Xuan Tan, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) MoNA2018-34 CNR2018-31
Currently, taking pictures and posting them on Social Networks (SNS) are everyday acts of human. Thus, the privacy has b... [more] MoNA2018-34 CNR2018-31
pp.69-74(MoNA), pp.75-80(CNR)
MoNA 2018-01-18
Kyoto Campus Plaza Kyoto [Encouragement Talk] The relationships of dependence among the stimulated position and the area perceived phosphene
Manami Kanamaru, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) MoNA2017-46
In this study, the realizability of the walking support system for blind people using phosphene has been investigated. C... [more] MoNA2017-46
Kagoshima Kirishima-kanko Hotel Estimation of Obstacle Positions using Phosphene
Manami Kanamaru, Eiji Kamioka (SIT) MoNA2016-24
In this study, a walking support system for blind people has been investigated. Concretely, three ultrasonic sensors det... [more] MoNA2016-24
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