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HIP 2021-09-17
Online Online (Zoom) Does the sense of voice ownership change?
Yuna Nakagawa, Akihiro Tanaka (TWCU) HIP2021-26
We can distinguish ourselves from others. However, the boundary can be ambiguous. We investigated whether or not the per... [more] HIP2021-26
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-19
Online Online The Effect of Subjective Impressions of Auditory Stimuli on Vection Strength
Hirotaro Sato, Takeharu Seno, Gerard Remijn (Kyushu Univ.) HIP2020-83
Previous studies have shown that vection, an illusory sense of self-movement, can be modified differently depending on v... [more] HIP2020-83
HIP 2018-08-03
Tokyo Tokyo Woman's Christian University An Analysis of Factors that Contribute to Localization of Directional Audio Sources
Rie Osawa, Susumu Shirayama (Univ. of Tokyo) HIP2018-52
Various human-machine interfaces have been developed along with automation by machines and software. In this paper, dire... [more] HIP2018-52
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Mixture and separation of multiple voices using multiplex/demultiplex filter
Yuki Fujita, Mieko Nakamura (Tokyo Univ. of the Arts)
We propose a method for Mixture and separation of multiple voices which is effectively available such as shopping malls ... [more]
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE [detail] 2016-12-20
Miyagi Reserach Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Presence of a sound source in Virtual Auditory Display
Satoshi Yairi (SNCT), Takumi Hatakeyama (JAIST), Yukio Iwaya (Tohoku Gakuin Univ.) HIP2016-65
It is difficult to evaluate a difference between real sound source and virtual sound image only by sound localization te... [more] HIP2016-65
CQ 2016-05-24
Fukuoka Kyushu University QoE Assessment of Fairness in Networked Virtual Object Identification Game with Haptic Sense -- Effect of Olfactory and Auditory Senses --
Ryo Arima, Mya Sithu, Yutaka Ishibashi (NITech) CQ2016-21
By using haptic and olfactory senses as well as visual and auditory senses, it is expected that we are able to play netw... [more] CQ2016-21
(Joint) [detail]
Okinawa   [Special Talk] Hierarchical Estimation of Sense of Auditory Presence in Ultra-Realistic Communication
Takashi Taniguchi (Osaka Gakuin UniversityOsaka Gakuin Univ.) IMQ2015-60 CQ2015-145 IE2015-159 MVE2015-87
As qualities of visual and audio media have become higher and higher, it is necessary to have new measurement scales to ... [more] IMQ2015-60 CQ2015-145 IE2015-159 MVE2015-87
pp.181-186(IMQ), pp.211-216(CQ), pp.181-186(IE), pp.181-186(MVE)
EA 2014-12-13
Ishikawa Satellite Plaza of Kanazawa University [Poster Presentation] Basic study on evaluation of Virtual Auditory Display using presence of a sound source
Takumi Hatakeyama, Satoshi Yairi (SNCT), Yukio Iwaya (Tohoku Gakuin Univ.) EA2014-54
We focus on sense of presence of a sound source as an indicator to evaluate Virtual Auditory Display. We prepared an ex... [more] EA2014-54
CQ 2014-07-10
Osaka   [Poster Presentation] Influence of Network Delay on Sense of Presence in Networked Virtual Environment with Haptic and Auditory Senses
Yoshihiro Maeda, Yutaka Ishibashi, Norishige Fukushima (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) CQ2014-25
In this report, we investigate the influence of network delay on the sense of presence in a networked haptic drum system... [more] CQ2014-25
WIT 2014-03-08
Ibaraki Kasuga Campus, Tsukuba University of Technology Effectiveness of a Musical scale to represent table -- structure for the visually-impaired --
Mizuho Igata, Hikari Yamamoto, Takayuki Watanabe (Tokyo Woman's Christian University) WIT2013-92
We have investigated if a musical scale, which was appended in a cell element, is effective for the visually impaired to... [more] WIT2013-92
(Joint) [detail]
Kyoto   Effects of Olfactory, Haptic and Auditory Senses on Sense of Presence in Virtual Environments
Yoshihiro Maeda, Pingguo Huang, Yutaka Ishibashi, Norishige Fukushima, Shinji Sugawara (NIT) PRMU2012-98 MVE2012-63
In this report, we assess the sense of presence for remote ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement) with olfactory and hapt... [more] PRMU2012-98 MVE2012-63
CQ 2012-07-13
Ehime Ehime Univ. Hierarchy of sound impression words in connection with a sense of auditory presence based on evaluations by sound engineers
Takashi Taniguchi (Osaka Gakken Univ.) CQ2012-34
This research was done to examine the hierarchy relations of the high order complex impression words and the basic impre... [more] CQ2012-34
CQ 2011-07-14
Hokkaido Otaru civic hall Effect of Limited Bandwidth on Auditory Presence and Spatial Impression
Takashi Taniguchi (Osaka Gakuin Univ.), Satoshi Oode, Akio Ando (NHK) CQ2011-19
To examine how subjective impression, sense of presence, and spatial impression of sounds change by limiting reproductio... [more] CQ2011-19
CQ 2010-07-08
Hokkaido Soya Fureai Park Uncomfortable Feelings and Time-Lag Estimations for Auditory-Visual Stimulus Onset Asynchrony in Movies
Takashi Taniguchi, Azusa Hirata (Osaka Gakuin Univ.) CQ2010-22
When a timing of audio and video slips off, how will detection thresholds, perceptions of a sense of incongruity, and es... [more] CQ2010-22
NLP 2010-03-09
Tokyo   Micro-process of phase-locking for generating the auditory evoked fields -- Analysis of the phase-locking within each of the trials and across the trials --
Takashi Hamada (AIST) NLP2009-168
Neuromagnetic signals above the auditory cortex were passed through a band-pass filter between 3 and 16 Hz and then divi... [more] NLP2009-168
Osaka   [Invited Talk] Elucidation of mechanism of bone-conducted ultrasonic perception and development of a novel hearing-aid for the profoundly deaf
Seiji Nakagawa (AIST) US2009-98 EA2009-106
Although the mechanisms involved remain unclear, several studies have reported that bone-conducted ultrasound (BCU) is e... [more] US2009-98 EA2009-106
pp.59-66(US), pp.41-48(EA)
- 2009-12-12
Hokkaido Sappolo Convention Center Addition of a sound for a silent movie using its moviment information
Tomoya Hirose, Miwa Nishimura (TUS), Tsuyoshi Kobayashi (Tokyo Tech), Jun Murayama (TUS), Yukihiro Hirata (TUS,SUWA), Makoto Sato (Tokyo Tech), Tetsuya Harada (TUS)
In this study, by using the computer vision technology, authors are trying to add sounds that audiences will imagine fro... [more]
EA 2009-11-20
Hiroshima   Influence on Auditory Impression by Tactile Sence of Button
Hiroshi Omoi, Shunsuke Ishimitsu, Koji Sakamoto (Hiroshima City Univ.) EA2009-90
In recent years, "new types of marks" is attracting attention."New types of marks" means trademarks other than a traditi... [more] EA2009-90
HIP 2007-11-19
- 2007-11-20
Ishikawa Kanazawa Institute of Technology Contribution of hearing information in the Illusory flash-lag
Yasuhiro Matsui, Masahiro Ishii, Kazuya Yamashita, Zheng Tang (Toyama Univ.) HIP2007-103
The information brought by sight has dominance over information brought by other senses and works. However,
it came to ... [more]
WIT 2007-05-24
Okinawa Ryukyu Univ. Auditory Performance of Senior Citizens and Weak Eyesight Persons versus Speed of Synthetic Speech
Minoru Hayashi (NTT) WIT2007-3
To create the human-friendly machine reading systems needed to support the aging society, we conducted a subjective eval... [more] WIT2007-3
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