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HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-25
Online Online Proposal of a system that helps users start remote eating by smart speaker agents based on sensor information
Toshitaka Hanai, Hiromi Okubo, Hazuki Tsukamoto (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Naoki Ohshima (Toyohashi Tech.), Hiroto Saito, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2021-11 HIP2021-11
It is important for people to maintain social network that connects family, friends and their community. However, it is ... [more] HCS2021-11 HIP2021-11
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Design of Interface Agent Inducing Video-mediated Co-eating Communications
Naoki Ohshima (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.), Hiroto Saito, Hiroko Tokunaga, Toshitaka Hanai, Chiaki Ogiwara, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
“Remote co-dining communication,” which connects remote families with videos via a network for eating together, is consi... [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center HCS2019-1 HIP2019-1 (To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2019-1 HIP2019-1
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
Ikkei Shinozaki, Munenori Koyasu (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Tae Sato, Ryosuke Aoki, Reiko Aruga, Tomoki Watanabe, Takuya Indo (NTT), Naoki Ohshima (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Naoki Takekawa (Tokyo Denki) HCS2019-3 HIP2019-3
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2019-3 HIP2019-3
(Joint) [detail]
Kagoshima Kagoshima University Research on daily conversation promotion by sharing pet information among family members
Tatsuki Yamada (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Ryosuke Aoki (NTT), Naoki Ohshima, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) IMQ2018-43 IE2018-127 MVE2018-74
(To be available after the conference date) [more] IMQ2018-43 IE2018-127 MVE2018-74

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise "Helping others is a good investment": Designing Behavior of Robot That Needs Human's Help Toward Comfortable Class Room Environment.
Ikkei Shinozaki (Tokyo Denki Univ), Ryosuke Aoki (NTT), Naoki Ohshima, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ)
There is a proverb that “the good you do for others is good you do yourself.” The fact that helping others activity such... [more]
MVE 2018-09-06
Osaka   *
Kosuke Sato, Naoki Ohshima, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) MVE2018-14
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MVE2018-14
MVE, ITE-HI 2018-06-14
Tokyo   Designing robot's behavior focused on changes of human motion levels during pre-closing sections of human-robot dyadic communications
Toshihiko Isaka, Naoki Ohshima (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Ryosuke Aoki (NTT), Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) MVE2018-3
 [more] MVE2018-3
HCS 2018-03-14
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University How Does a Facilitation Robot Select Next Speaker(s) When a Group Conversation Is Stuck in Silence? -- Toward Appropriate Design of Conversation Robot Behaviors Who Have Insufficient Ability of Communication --
Naoki Ohshima, Tokunaga Hiroko, Ryo Fujimori, Naoki Mukawa (TDU) HCS2017-118
In this study, we developed a robot that supports multi-party human conversations and helps participants recover from si... [more] HCS2017-118
HCS 2017-03-16
Miyagi   Behavioral Design of Communication Robot Expressing Intentions of Closing Conversation with Sincerity
Toshihiko Isaka, Naoki Ohshima, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2016-103
 [more] HCS2016-103
HCS 2017-03-16
Miyagi   Behavioral Design and Evaluation of Conversation Support Robot that Designates “You”, ”All of you” or “Someone”
Ryo Fujimori, Naoki Ohshima, Hiroko Tokunaga, Hiroshi Kaneko, Naoki Mukawa (TDU) HCS2016-104
 [more] HCS2016-104
HCS 2017-03-16
Miyagi   Chat agents that activate communications between family members living apart by tweeting their sensed activities
Shinya Kubota, Shuntaro Fukushima, Naoki Mukawa, Naoki Ohshima (TDU) HCS2016-114
Many family members who live apart are concerned about each other's everyday lives and health. Intimate communication be... [more] HCS2016-114
PRMU, CNR 2017-02-19
Hokkaido   [Poster Presentation] A Dining Media Which Can Elicit Communications Between Families Who Are Separated by Long Distances -- Study of room sensors to estimate the state of action during cooking --
Hiroko Tokunaga, Hiroto Saito, Naoki Mukawa, Naoki Ohshima (Tokyo Denki Univ.) PRMU2016-188 CNR2016-55
The purpose of this study was to develop an interface that would emit realistic environmental sounds during communicatio... [more] PRMU2016-188 CNR2016-55
CNR 2016-09-20
Tokyo Sanjo conference hall, The University of Tokyo Conversation Design of Chat Generation Agents Who Tweet Activities of Family Members on Group Chat
Naoki Ohshima, Shuntaro Fukushima, Naoki Mukawa (TDU) CNR2016-7
Families who live in distant place are hard to maintain close communication because they have few difference in life rhy... [more] CNR2016-7
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2016-05-18
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Neut : Conversation Support Robot Selecting "You" or "Someone" to Speak
Ryo Fujimori, Naoki Ohshima, Hiroko Tokunaga, Naoki Mukawa (TDU) HCS2016-3 HIP2016-3
In case the conversation support robot to participate in the multi-party conversation among people encourages the partic... [more] HCS2016-3 HIP2016-3
- 2015-12-18
Toyama Toyama International Conference Center Tomo-Livi: A communication support system between elderly and daughter/son families living apart -- user needs and design concept --
Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Masaki Shuzo (Univ. Tokyo), Atsushi Kimura, Naoki Ohshima, Hiroko Tokunaga, Syunsuke Iijima, Yusuke Ishii (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
For elderly persons who live apart from their adult children, keeping touch with their surrounding people including fami... [more]
- 2015-12-18
Toyama Toyama International Conference Center Somebody, please talk...: A Robot Talking to Oneself to Improve Conversation Atmosphere for Restarting Talk among Participants
Ryo Fujimori, Natsuki Saito, Yuta Saito, Yuuki Ishii, Naoki Ohshima, Naoki Mukawa (TDU)
The robot talking to oneself in this study will participate in multiparty conversation with utterances vaguely addressed... [more]
- 2015-12-18
Toyama Toyama International Conference Center Developing Conversational Robots that Break Conversational Rules in Multi-party Conversation -- Breaking Rules in the Group of Robots is Allowed, However, Due to the Situation --
Akito Watanabe (Shonan Institute of Tech), Naoki Ohshima (TDU), Junichiro Kojou, Masahide Yuasa (Shonan Institute of Tech)
Human conversation involves various kinds of conversational rules that they use naturally. However, these conversational... [more]
HCS 2011-08-26
Kyoto   Sociable Spotlight: A Methodology for Investigating Conversational Dynamics on Social Interaction
Naoki Ohshima, Yuta Yamaguchi, P. Ravindra De Silva, Michio Okada (TUT) HCS2011-33
How is the artifact (Sociable Spotlight) that regulates the orientation of spotlight engaged with ongoing events in the ... [more] HCS2011-33
HCS 2009-10-08
Kyoto community Sagano TableTalkPlus: Interactive Contents and Its Effects in mediating multiple party conversation
Naoki Ohshima, Kohei Okazawa, Michio Okada (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) HCS2009-49
When we are talking casually, we can feel a kind of “Conversational Field" around us. It appears as a result of taking i... [more] HCS2009-49
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