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PRMU, MVE, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2018-01-19
09:30
Osaka   Motion Capture from Multi-View Mobile Cameras
Daisuke Kubayashi, Igarashi Takashi, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.) PRMU2017-132 MVE2017-53
Capturing human body motion with a multi-view camera system, the measurable range is a common field of view from each ca... [more] PRMU2017-132 MVE2017-53
pp.203-208
PRMU, BioX 2015-03-19
14:30
Kanagawa   Personal authentication from Walking measured by Kinect in the night
Takuya Toyama, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.) BioX2014-49 PRMU2014-169
For crimes that often occur at night, we identify a walking person from a skeletal movement of the body captured by Kine... [more] BioX2014-49 PRMU2014-169
pp.59-64
HIP 2013-03-14
14:10
Okinawa okinawa-sangyoushien center Motion Capture for Analysis of Skillful Hand Work
Yuuki Miura, Tetsushi Ohsawa, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.) HIP2012-97
To keep a high quality of products, it needs contribution of a craftsman. A problem is that few young workers succeed to... [more] HIP2012-97
pp.115-120
PRMU, IE, MI 2010-05-14
13:00
Aichi Chubu Univ. [Fellow Memorial Lecture] A Personal View of Computer Vision-Based Motion Analysis in the Last Three Decades
Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.) IE2010-38 PRMU2010-26 MI2010-26
Researches on motion analysis have apparently started at around 1980. This paper, in particular, addresses the temporal-... [more] IE2010-38 PRMU2010-26 MI2010-26
pp.137-138
PRMU, HIP 2007-09-04
15:30
Aichi Nagoya Univ. Human Body Pose from a Multi-Camera
Yuki Wada, Yasuyuki Ito, Hideyuki Ohshida, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.) PRMU2007-83 HIP2007-92
 [more] PRMU2007-83 HIP2007-92
pp.225-230
CPM 2006-09-15
17:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Technologies for Removability in a Near-Field Optical Disc System
Tsutomu Ishimoto, Takeshi Matsui, Sunmin Kim, Kimihiro Saito, Ariyoshi Nakaoki, Masanobu Yamamoto (Sony Corp.)
We have demonstrated the capacity of 100 Gbyte over in a 12cm disc and with the user transfer rate of 100 Mbps over by u... [more] CPM2006-88
pp.53-58
PRMU 2005-12-15
13:00
Niigata Niigata Univ. Dance from Music based on Choreographic Examples
Hiroyuki Aozuka, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata U.)
Relating an action and a sound synchronized each other, one can produce a new action according to a new sound by the rel... [more] PRMU2005-123
pp.1-6
CPM 2005-10-21
16:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. High Density Optical Disc System using Near-Field Optics Technology
Tsutomu Ishimoto, Masataka Shinoda, Kimihiro Saito, Ariyoshi Nakaoki, Takeshi Matsui, Sunmin Kim, Masanobu Yamamoto (Sony)
An optical disc system with a near-field optics has been proposed as a next generation beyond a Blu-ray disc system. In... [more] CPM2005-151
pp.41-46
PRMU, NLC 2005-02-24
14:00
Tokyo   Probabilistic estimation of pedestrian routes over non-overlapping views
Yukihisa Ikegame, Makoto Hirano, Touru Tamaki, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.)
In this research we propose the method of probabilistic estimation of
pedestrian routes over non-overlapping views for... [more]
NLC2004-104 PRMU2004-186
pp.43-48
PRMU, NLC 2005-02-24
15:10
Tokyo   Elimination of string obstacles and image restoration
Hiroshi Suzuki, Toru Tamaki, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.)
In this paper, we propose a technique for extracting and
eliminating obstacles in a still image. We assume that the
... [more]
NLC2004-110 PRMU2004-192
pp.79-84
PRMU 2005-01-20
11:00
Kyoto   Human Body Shape from a Single Camera View Based on Pose Examples
Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Atsushi Harada, Masanobu Yamamoto (Niigata Univ.)
This paper proposes a new approach for recovering shape of human body from a single camera view. We suppose that a human... [more] PRMU2004-156
pp.13-18
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