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CS, IE, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-BCT [detail] 2022-11-25
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] Current progress on automatic sign language recognition and translation and its future prospects
Shinji Sako (NITech) CS2022-60 IE2022-48
In Japan today, it is said that approximately 340,000 people with hearing or speech disabilities are among the holders o... [more] CS2022-60 IE2022-48
- 2021-12-17
Online Online Wearable MoCap System for User's Lifelog with the Surrounding Image
Teppei Miura, Shinji Sako (NIT)
We propose a wearable motion capture system to collect user’s lifelog with the surrounding image. We develop the prototy... [more]
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2021-12-09
Online Online Significance of the publication of "Speech communication and people with disabilities"
Akira Ichikawa (Chiba Univ.), Yuji Nagashima (Kogakuin Univ.), Akira Okamoto (Tsukuba University of Technology), Naoto Kato (i Univ.), Shinji Sako (NITech), Testuya Takiguchi (Kobe Univ.), Daisuke Hara (Toyota Technological Institute), Michiru Makuuchi (National Rehabilitation Center For Persons with Disabilities) WIT2021-42
The book we authored, "Speech Communication and People with Disabilities," (edited by Acoustical Society of Japan, Acous... [more] WIT2021-42
SP, WIT, IPSJ-SLP, ASJ-H [detail] 2021-10-19
Online Online Sign language generation tool using 3D motion data
Teppei Miura, Shinji Sako (NIT) SP2021-24 WIT2021-17
Machine learnings play an important role in sign language recognition. However, sign language datasets are shortage the ... [more] SP2021-24 WIT2021-17
WIT 2021-06-01
Online Online Mobile MoCap System towards Sign Language Recognition -- Improvement of 3D Pose Estimation using OpenPose --
Teppei Miura, Shinji Sako (NIT) WIT2021-11
Sign language is a interactive visual language used by deaf people. However, most hearing people do not learn the sign l... [more] WIT2021-11
WIT 2021-06-01
Online Online Recognition of the hardness of objects when using a white cane -- Comparison between visually impaired users and sighted university students wearing an eye mask --
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU), Takeshi Tanabe (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shinji Sako (NIT), Yoshikazu Seki, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2021-12
 [more] WIT2021-12
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2021-03-06
Online Online [Special Talk] 20 years achievement and record of Well-being Information Technology (WIT)
Shinji Sako (NITech)
WIT 2020-09-08
Online Online 3D Human Pose Estimation for Omnidirectional Camera -- applying for sign-language recognition --
Teppei Miura, Shinji Sako (NIT) WIT2020-7
Sign-language is the natural interactive visual language used by deaf people. Most hearing people, however, do not know ... [more] WIT2020-7
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2020-03-14
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
[Special Talk] 20 years achievement and record of Well-being Information Technology (WIT)
Shinji Sako (NITech) WIT2019-60
 [more] WIT2019-60
WIT 2019-08-10
Tochigi Teikyo University, Utsunomiya Campus (TBD) Deep CNN-based recognition of finger spelling using 3D-CG model
Nguyen Tu Nam, Shinji Sako (NIT), Bogdan Kwolek (AGH Univ. of Technology) WIT2019-14
 [more] WIT2019-14
WIT 2019-06-16
Tokyo Waseda University, Waseda Campus A basic study on fundamental element extraction using motion capture data for mon-manual signals in JSL
Shinji Sako, Kenta Yasue (NITech) WIT2019-1
In this research, we studyed on a method to extract common basic shape and motion elements using motion capture data for... [more] WIT2019-1
WIT 2019-06-16
Tokyo Waseda University, Waseda Campus Proposal on a Sign Language CG Wiki and Its Evaluation
Misaki Kaneko, Katsuhisa Tashima, Hiroaki Sawano (AIT), Yuri Suzuki (Chubu Univ.), Norio Ishii (ikc), Shinji Sako (NITech) WIT2019-2
A sign language video is captured by an expert in production, and it has a problem to acquire one's portrait rights and ... [more] WIT2019-2
WIT, ASJ-H 2019-02-08
Ehime Ehime Univ. Development of General Purpose 3D high precision DB for Japanese sign language
Yuji Nagashima (Kogakuin Univ.), Shinji Sako (NIT), Keiko Watanabe (Kogakuin Univ.), Daisuke Hara (Toyota Inst. of Tech), Yasuo Horiuchi, Akira Ichikawa (Chiba Univ.) WIT2018-62
Sign language is used by deaf people, and is a natural interactive visual language different from and independent of spo... [more] WIT2018-62
WIT, ASJ-H 2017-05-28
Tokyo RION Co., LTD. A study on JSL Finger Spelling Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Networks
Shinji Sako, Hana Hosoe (NIT), Bogdan Kwolek (AGH Univ. of Technology) WIT2017-10
Recently, a few methods for recognition of hand postures on depth maps using convolutional neural networks were proposed... [more] WIT2017-10
WIT 2016-07-15
Yamanashi University of Yamanashi Organization for Information Management Fundamental Study on Automatic Recognition of Non-Manual Signals in JSL using HMM
Rina Kato, Shinji Sako, Tadashi Kitamura (NITech) WIT2016-23
We work on automatic Japanese sign Language (JSL) recognition using hidden Markov models (HMMs). In general, sign langua... [more] WIT2016-23
WIT 2016-03-05
Ibaraki Tusukuba Univ. of Tech.(Tsukuba) Real-time Sign Language Recognition by Kinect v2 based on three Elements of Sign Language
Mika Hatano, Shinji Sako, Tadashi Kitamura (NITech) WIT2015-99
Existing research of sign language recognition deals with only small vocabulary. Sign language has no basic database and... [more] WIT2015-99
WIT 2015-08-26
Nagano Shinshu University Faculty of Engineering A study on phonemic weight estimation for HMM-based sign language recognition using phonemic structure
Shinji Sako, Kaho Sugi, Tadashi Kitamura (NIT) WIT2015-47
We work on automatic Japanese sign Language (JSL) recognition using hidden Markov models (HMMs). An important issue for ... [more] WIT2015-47
WIT, SP, ASJ-H, PRMU 2015-06-19
Niigata   Contour-based Hand Shape Recognition for Sign Language Recognition
Mika Hatano, Shinji Sako, Tadashi Kitamura (NITech) PRMU2015-62 SP2015-31 WIT2015-31
We are trying to make a real-time Japanese sign language recognition system with abstraction of hand motion based on thr... [more] PRMU2015-62 SP2015-31 WIT2015-31
SP, WIT, ASJ-H 2014-06-20
Ishikawa   Real-time Sign Language Recognition based on three Elements of Sign Language
Mika Hatano, Shinji Sako, Tadashi Kitamura (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) SP2014-58 WIT2014-13
In sign language recognition,
an unified recognizing method is necessary
because of many methods to capture sign langu... [more]
SP2014-58 WIT2014-13
SP, WIT, ASJ-H 2014-06-20
Ishikawa   A study on the effectiveness of the familiar person's voice in reminiscence for elderly people with dementia -- Case of the experiments in Aichi-taiyo-no-mori Nagakute City --
Yuko Hamaguchi, Katsushi Mitsuya, Shohei Kato, Shinji Sako (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) SP2014-62 WIT2014-17
There is a "reminiscence" to one of the non-drug therapies that are useful in the prevention and treatment of dementia. ... [more] SP2014-62 WIT2014-17
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