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PRMU, IBISML, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2023-03-03
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Parallel-Data-Free Japanese Singer Conversion using CycleGAN Considering Perceptual Loss in Singing Phoneme Sequences
Kanade Gemmoto, Nobutaka Shimada, Tadashi Matsuo (Ritsumeikan Univ) PRMU2022-114 IBISML2022-121
This paper proposes a one-to-one Japanese Singing Voice Conversion (SVC) method without using parallel data.
Our method... [more]
PRMU2022-114 IBISML2022-121
PRMU, MVE, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2019-01-17
Kyoto   Recalling candidates of gripping hand shapes from an object image using neural network
Makoto Sanada, Tadashi Matsuo, Nobutaka Shimada, Yoshiaki Shirai (Ritsumeikan Univ.) PRMU2018-103 MVE2018-45
Robots are required to support people’s work. In order to alleviate the burden on people, it is desirable that robot can... [more] PRMU2018-103 MVE2018-45
MVE, ITE-HI 2017-06-01
Tokyo Univ. of Tokyo Tongue-operated Input Device for People with Severe Motor Impairments
Yoko Ogawa, Kahoko Yokota, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.) MVE2017-1
Tongue of human has many freedoms and can move speedy and correctly. The sublingual nerve which controls tongue motion i... [more] MVE2017-1
PRMU, BioX 2017-03-21
Aichi   Estimation of tool usage based on co-occurrence of part shape of tool and operation
Kensho Teranishi, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.) BioX2016-66 PRMU2016-229
We propose a method to estimate tool usage from the shape of unknown tool based on co-occurrence of the part shape of to... [more] BioX2016-66 PRMU2016-229
PRMU, BioX 2017-03-21
Aichi   Clustering and Estimation of Grasping Pattern by Observing Hand-Object Interaction from Depth Images
Takuya Kawakami, Tadashi Matsuo, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumei) BioX2016-74 PRMU2016-237
 [more] BioX2016-74 PRMU2016-237
(Joint) [detail]
Fukuoka Kyusyu Univ. Ohashi Campus Operable Reality: Real and Virtual Operation Interface of Indoor Scene by Touching Live Streaming Image
Tatsuya Yatsuduka, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ) IMQ2016-44 IE2016-159 MVE2016-67
We propose a new VR concept, Operable Reality, that enables to operate real objects captured in a live video in virtual ... [more] IMQ2016-44 IE2016-159 MVE2016-67
PRMU, IE, MI, SIP 2016-05-19
Aichi   Development of surgical skills training system to teach expert physician's skill appropriate for surgical process
Takafumi Marutani, Akifumi nakamura, Yusuke nomura, Hiromi T. tanaka, Kazuyoshi Tagawa, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Masaru komori (SUMS), Yoshimasa Kurumi (Shiga hospital), Shigehiro Morikawa (SUMS) SIP2016-11 IE2016-11 PRMU2016-11 MI2016-11
Laparoscopic surgery has become a widely performed surgery as it is one of the most common minimally invasive surgeries.... [more] SIP2016-11 IE2016-11 PRMU2016-11 MI2016-11
MVE, HI-SIG-VR 2015-10-09
Hokkaido   Communication Support with Game-like Methods
Seiko Myojin, Hiroyuki Adachi, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.) MVE2015-34
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MVE2015-34
MVE, HI-SIG-VR 2013-09-26
Hokkaido Rishiri Island, "Donto" Introduction of Tactics to an Imperfect Information Game based on User-specific View with Augmented Reality
Seiko Myojin, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.) MVE2013-20
 [more] MVE2013-20
PRMU, MI, IE 2013-05-24
- 2013-05-25
Aichi   Surgical Process Analysis based on Trainer's Posture for Endoscopic Surgery Trainig
Takafumi Marutani, Kazuyoshi Tagawa, Nobutaka Shimada, Hiromi T. Tanaka (Ritsumei Univ.), Yoshimasa Kurumi, Masaru Komori, Shigehiro Morikawa (SUMS)
Endoscopic surgery, also called minimally invasive surgery (MIS), has become a common surgical technique.
However, adva... [more]

WIT 2012-12-06
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Construction of HMM Reflecting Variety of Hand Motions for Sign Language Word Recognition
Tadashi Matsuo, Yoshiaki Shirai, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.) WIT2012-27
For sign language recognition with Hidden Markov Model (HMM), it is
desired that a topology of a HMM reflect the variet... [more]
MVE, HI-SIG-VR 2012-09-27
Hokkaido Two venues in Nemuro Virtual Objects Environment with Information Mode in Table-top Augmented Reality
Seiko Myojin, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.) MVE2012-29
We propose new metaphor for virtual objects controlled in Augmented Reality (AR). Our contributions are to express infor... [more] MVE2012-29
PRMU 2006-09-09
Fukuoka   Hand Posture Estimation in Complex Background by Mis-match Prediction and Appearance Variation Learning
Akihiro Imai (Osaka Univ.), Nobutaka Shimada, Yoshiaki Shirai (Ritsumeikan University/Tehran Univ.)
 [more] PRMU2006-79
PRMU, NLC 2005-09-21
Tokyo   A method to get helpful advice from a user in Interactive Vision
Hiroyasu Imoto (Osaka Univ.), Yoshiaki Shirai, Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Jun Miura (Osaka Univ.)
 [more] NLC2005-34 PRMU2005-61
PRMU, TL 2005-03-18
Akita   Robust Face Recognition under Various Illumination Conditions
Atsushi Matsumoto, Yoshiaki Shirai, Jun Miura (Osaka Univ.), Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
 [more] TL2004-85 PRMU2004-253
PRMU, NLC 2005-02-25
Tokyo   Strategy of Candidate Choice for Interactive Vision
Yasushi Makihara, Yoshiaki Shirai (Osaka Univ.), Nobutaka Shimada (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
This paper describes a strategy of object candidates choice to ease user's burdens for an interactive object recognition... [more] NLC2004-124 PRMU2004-206
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