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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
ED, MWPTHz 2022-12-19
14:05
Miyagi   Design of Fθ lens for scanning terahertz imaging
Ruoxun Feng (Waseda Univ), Keizo Inagaki (NICT), Tetsuya Kawanishi (Waseda Univ)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
MBE, NC 2022-12-03
11:25
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University [Short Paper] Computer-aided Diagnosis System of COVID-19 with Hololens
Liang LYU, Shurong Chai, Jiaqing Liu (RITSUMEIKAN Univ.), Huimin Huang, Fang Wang (Zhejiang Univ.), Tomoko Tateyama (Fujita Health Univ.), Lanfen Lin (Zhejiang Univ.), Yenwei Chen (RITSUMEIKAN Univ.) MBE2022-22 NC2022-44
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MBE2022-22 NC2022-44
pp.7-10
SDM 2022-10-19
10:20
Online Online [Invited Talk] Needs for X-ray Optical Elements -- Expectations for New Process Technology --
Wataru Yashiro (Tohoku Univ.) SDM2022-54
Hard X-rays and cold thermal neutrons with wavelengths of around 1Å have been widely used for imaging inside objects bec... [more] SDM2022-54
pp.1-4
HIP 2022-10-18
13:15
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] A method for measurements of crystalline lens spectral transmittance and application to visual and non-visual research
Taisuke Eto (NCNP) HIP2022-54
Age-related attenuation in ocular crystalline lens spectral transmittance can affect non-visual/visual effects of light.... [more] HIP2022-54
p.36
EMD, R, LQE, OPE, CPM 2022-08-26
10:10
Chiba  
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] Optical Properties of a Liquid Crystal Lens with Ring Electrodes
Marenori Kawamura (Akita Univ.) R2022-23 EMD2022-11 CPM2022-28 OPE2022-54 LQE2022-17
Liquid crystal (LC) materials exhibit anisotropies regarding their electrical and optical properties. LCs combine the pr... [more] R2022-23 EMD2022-11 CPM2022-28 OPE2022-54 LQE2022-17
pp.38-43
MWPTHz, EST, MW, EMT, OPE, IEE-EMT [detail] 2022-07-19
13:50
Hokkaido Asahikawa Civic Culture Hall
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Evaluation of Thermal Load in Lens for Clarification of Nuclear Cataract Prevalence
Kotaro Kinoshita, Sachiko Kodera (NITech), Natsuko Hatsusaka (KMU), Ryusuke Egawa (TDU), Hiroyuki Takizawa (TU), Eri Kubo, Hiroshi Sasaki (KMU), Akimasa Hirata (NITech) EMT2022-15 MW2022-39 OPE2022-18 EST2022-16 MWPTHz2022-13
The prevalence of nuclear cataracts in the elderly is high in tropical and subtropical areas.
The environmental factors... [more]
EMT2022-15 MW2022-39 OPE2022-18 EST2022-16 MWPTHz2022-13
pp.40-45
AP 2022-05-19
14:50
Hyogo Kobe Port Oasis
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Gradient Index Lens Using Perforated Dielectric
Wenyi Shao, Qiang Chen (Tohoku Univ.) AP2022-19
As the frequency of wireless communications of the next-generation becomes higher and higher, array antennas of high gai... [more] AP2022-19
pp.45-50
SIP, BioX, IE, MI, ITE-IST, ITE-ME [detail] 2022-05-19
14:10
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Kurokami Campus
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Needle Puncture by AR Navigation Using QR Code Recognition and Virtual Protractor
Haruya Tanaka (Waseda Univ.), Satoru Morita, Kazufumi Suzuki, Takahiro Yamamoto, Hiroshi Yamazaki (TWMUH), Shuhei Fujii, Jun Ohya (Waseda Univ.), Ken Masamune, Shuji Sakai (TWMUH) SIP2022-10 BioX2022-10 IE2022-10 MI2022-10
The purpose of this study is to develop an AR navigation system using Microsoft HoloLens2 to support puncture in imaging... [more] SIP2022-10 BioX2022-10 IE2022-10 MI2022-10
pp.55-60
CQ, IMQ, MVE, IE
(Joint) [detail]
2022-03-09
11:45
Online Online (Zoom) Basic study of a learning support system for sign language and fingerspelling using HoloLens -- Toward seamless communication --
Daichi Orimo, Takaharu Yamazaki (SIT) IMQ2021-12 IE2021-74 MVE2021-41
In this study, we attempted to develop a learning support system for sign language and fingerspelling in a mixed reality... [more] IMQ2021-12 IE2021-74 MVE2021-41
pp.13-18
CQ, IMQ, MVE, IE
(Joint) [detail]
2022-03-09
16:20
Online Online (Zoom) [Short Paper] Development of wiring work instruction system using HoloLens2
Keishi Nishimoto, Takeshi Hirama (itic) IMQ2021-25 IE2021-87 MVE2021-54
The shortage of workers has become an issue at the manufacturing site, and one worker is increasingly in charge of multi... [more] IMQ2021-25 IE2021-87 MVE2021-54
pp.82-83
CQ, IMQ, MVE, IE
(Joint) [detail]
2022-03-10
10:55
Online Online (Zoom) Implementation and Evaluation of Point Cloud Streaming using HoloLens
Yumeka Chujo, Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto (Waseda Univ.) CQ2021-116
Currently, we are forced to use remote communication using Information and Communication Technology due to the spread of... [more] CQ2021-116
pp.88-93
MICT, EMCJ
(Joint)
2022-03-04
16:55
Online Online Axial Alignment and Focus Adjustment of Lens System and Dielectric Anisotropy Measurement Method for Sheet Materials Using Parallel Millimeter-wave Beam
Ryutaro Oba, Atsuhiro Nishikata (Tokyo Tech), Masataka Midori, Hiroshi Kurihara (TDK) EMCJ2021-77
In the case of an anisotropic dielectric material such as a printed circuit board, the dielectric constant changes with ... [more] EMCJ2021-77
pp.21-26
HIP 2021-10-22
14:00
Online Online Dependence of Locus of Attention on Depth of Field under Retinal Illuminance Constancy Condition -- Investigation Using Extended Depth of Field (EDoF) Lenses --
Genta Higashi, Yuichiro Orita, Shoko Hira, Masayuki Kashima (Kagoshima Univ.), Yasushi Miyajima, Kazutoshi Kato (ITOH Opt), Sakuichi Ohtsuka (ICT) HIP2021-45
By using extended depth-of-field (EDoF) lenses (eyeglasses), we became able to measure the relationship between depth-of... [more] HIP2021-45
pp.81-86
AP, SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2021-07-30
13:05
Online Online Performance Comparison of Lens Antenna Arrays Depending on the Lens Shaping Designs
Bazilah Baharom, Yoshiki Sugimoto, Kunio Sakakibara, Akira Yamano, Nobuyoshi Kikuma (NITech) AP2021-42
This paper presents the design of the lens antenna array dedicated to THz applications operated at 300 GHz. The proposed... [more] AP2021-42
pp.103-108
US 2021-01-29
15:45
Online Online Expansion of ultrasonically controlled liquid crystal lens aperture using traveling wave
Jessica Onaka, Takahiro Iwase, Marina Fukui, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2020-62
A new type of ultrasonically controlled concave liquid crystal lens based on traveling waves (TWs) with a divided electr... [more] US2020-62
pp.26-31
EID, ITE-IDY, IEIJ-SSL, SID-JC, IEE-EDD [detail] 2021-01-28
13:05
Online Online Light scattering of reverse mode liquid crystal improved by concave microlens array
Ito Teruki, Rumiko Yamaguchi (Akita Univ.) EID2020-16
A reverse mode LC cell which is clear in a voltage-off state and a light scattering state under the voltage application ... [more] EID2020-16
pp.5-8
RCS, AP, UWT
(Joint)
2020-11-25
12:10
Online Online Broadband High-gain Beam-scanning Phased Lens Arrays in 300GHz band
Kunio Sakakibara, Akira Yamano, Naoya Toshida, Daichi Takeshima, Ryota Ishihara, Shota Mariyama, Henry Diawuo Abu, Rohani Baker, Yoshiki Sugimoto, Nobuyoshi Kikuma (NITech), Yoshihide Yamada (UTM-MJIIT), Nurul Huda Abd Rahman (UiTM) AP2020-79
Broadband antennas which cover wide angular area with high gain are expected for high-speed huge-capacity wireless commu... [more] AP2020-79
pp.33-38
MWP, PN, EMT, PEM, IEE-EMT [detail] 2020-01-30
13:00
Kyoto Dosisha Univ. [Invited Talk] Short-Focus Lens Design for Terahertz Ray
Keita Miyazawa (Waseda Univ.), Atsushi Kanno, Shingo Saito, Keizo Inagaki (NICT), Tetsuya Kawanishi (Waseda Univ.)
Polyethylene and polypropylene, which have high transmittance in the terahertz band, are commonly used for terahertz len... [more]
MI 2020-01-29
16:30
Okinawa OKINAWAKEN SEINENKAIKAN Study of the Perception Error in AR Navigation for Supporting IVR Using Microsoft HoloLens
Shuhei Fujii (Waseda Univ.), Satoru Morita, Kazufumi Suzuki, Kenji Endo (Tokyo Women's Medical Univ. Hospital), Takeshi Morishita (Waseda Univ.), Hiroshi Nagahashi (Japan Women's Univ.), Ken Masamune (Tokyo Women's Medical Univ.), Jun Ohya (Waseda Univ.) MI2019-95
In this study, we propose an AR navigation system that uses Microsoft HoloLens as a simple and no radioactive exposure m... [more] MI2019-95
pp.135-139
EA, US
(Joint)
2020-01-22
10:30
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Evaluation of light transmission characteristics on ultrasound liquid crystal lenses
Marina Fukui, Daisuke Koyama, Yuki Harada (Doshisha Univ.), Akira Emoto (Tokushima Univ.), Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech.), Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2019-81 EA2019-94
Nematic liquid crystals that have high liquidity are widely used in optical devices such as liquid crystal displays beca... [more] US2019-81 EA2019-94
pp.63-66
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