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PRMU, IBISML, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2023-03-02
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Fellow Memorial Lecture] Team Building for World-Class CV x AI
Masato Kawade (SenseTime Japan)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
SIS, IPSJ-AVM 2022-06-10
Fukuoka KIT(Wakamatsu Campus)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Tutorial Lecture] How to build a High-Precision and Efficient Robot Vision: Dataset Generation and Hardware Implementation for Deep Learning
Hakaru Tamukoh (Kyutech) SIS2022-10
This tutorial lecture explains a construction method for high-precision and efficient robot vision that includes a semi-... [more] SIS2022-10
MI, MICT [detail] 2021-11-05
Online Online Force estimation in forceps manipulation of ex-vivo organs from a single-viewpoint camera image
Hikaru Toda, Megumi Nakao, Kimihiko Masui, Naoto Kume, Tetsuya Matsuda (Kyoto Univ.) MICT2021-28 MI2021-26
In laparoscopic surgery including robotic surgery, it is not possible to accurately measure the contact force applied to... [more] MICT2021-28 MI2021-26
CPSY, RECONF, VLD, IPSJ-ARC, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2021-01-26
Online Online FPGA Implementation of Semantic Segmentation on LWIR Images for Autonomous Robot
Yuichiro Niwa (ATLA), Taiki Fujii (eSOL) VLD2020-57 CPSY2020-40 RECONF2020-76
Recently, deep learning of images has made remarkable progress, and its results are being applied to the automatic
reco... [more]
VLD2020-57 CPSY2020-40 RECONF2020-76
Online Online Consideration of Dialogue Acts in Robots Watching TV with People
Yuta Hoshi, Marina Kamimura, Hagio Yuta, Yutaka Kaneko, Masao Yamamoto (NHK), Jianming Wu, Gen Hattori, Yasuhiro Takishima (KDDI Research) CNR2020-7
We are developing a robot that can watch TV together with people. We conducted an experiment to identify the effects of ... [more] CNR2020-7
RECONF 2020-05-28
Online Online [Invited Talk] Aerial manipulation using multirotor UAV
Kazuhiro Shimonomura (Ritsumeikan Univ.) RECONF2020-10
Our research group have studied on multirotor UAVs for manpulation tasks at high elevation place. In an aerial manipulat... [more] RECONF2020-10
ITE-BCT, SIS 2019-10-24
Fukui Fukui International Activities Plaza A Study on Intersection Detection and Recognition Using Only a Monocular Camera for Visual Navigation
Kouchi Matsutani, Takuto Watanabe, Takuro Oki, Ryusuke Miyamoto (Meiji Univ.) SIS2019-12
To realize autonomous mobile robot system that does not require expensive sensing devices such as LiDAR and RADAR, we th... [more] SIS2019-12
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Poster Presentation] Vision information based wireless link quality prediction
Kahoko Takahashi, Riichi Kudo, Takeru Inoue, Kohei Mizuno (NTT)
The advancement of wireless communication technologies is accelerating the widespread use of the various connected devic... [more]
(Joint) [detail]
Kagoshima Kagoshima University Reenactments of game-play styles in VR through personal bots -- Speculative visions for applications of attractiveness computing --
Taro Narahara (NJIT), Toshihiko Yamasaki (Univ. of Tokyo) IMQ2018-44 IE2018-128 MVE2018-75
Proposed educational modules demonstrate an AI’s ability to personalize things through re-enactments of robots assembled... [more] IMQ2018-44 IE2018-128 MVE2018-75
PRMU, CNR 2019-02-28
Tokushima   Regret-based emotional modeling of an opponent in a game-playing agent
Hector Dubuis, Michita Imai, Masahiko Osawa (Keio) PRMU2018-116 CNR2018-39
This paper aims at improving the quality of human-robot interaction by building a model of the user based on his emotion... [more] PRMU2018-116 CNR2018-39

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]
ET 2018-09-15
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi University Promoting Computational Thinking Through Making Yes/No Chart and Programming it for Classification Task -- Learning by Teaching with Conversation Robot --
Tsukasa Hirashima, Masanori Fukui, Yusuke Hayashi (Hiroshima Univ.) ET2018-31
In classification task solving, “pattern recognition” and “abstraction” are indispensable activities. In order to conduc... [more] ET2018-31
MVE, ITE-HI 2018-06-15
Tokyo   Embedding Signals for Robot-Video Communication Using Inaudible Frequency Sounds
Saho Yamaguchi, Changyo Han, Takeshi Naemura (UTokyo) MVE2018-9
Video viewing experience can be enriched by using a robot as a moving input/output interface. While approaches for integ... [more] MVE2018-9
PRMU, CNR 2018-02-20
Wakayama   Development of an experimental system to operate remote robot by sharing its vision
Kohe Tokoi (Wakayama Univ.), Eimei Oyama (AIST), Isao Kawano (JAXA) PRMU2017-161 CNR2017-39
In this presentation, we report on a system for experiments in which the operator shares the experience of the remote ro... [more] PRMU2017-161 CNR2017-39
EA, ASJ-H 2017-08-09
Miyagi Tohoku Univ., R. I. E. C. A study on reduction of reflective wave in sound source direction tracking system
Kazuo Takayama, Jun Satonobu, Masataka Nakamura (Hiroshima Inst. of Tech.) EA2017-30
In a television conference system, a human assist robot, etc., it is required for the front of system to aut... [more]
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2017-03-11
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology (Kasuga Campus) Development of a hand robot that signs tactile finger alphabets for deafness-based deafblind persons -- Applying Human-like Multiple DoF Robotic Hand --
Tatsuya Seki (UEC), Koichi Mori (NRCD), HIroshi Yokoi (UEC) WIT2016-87
Deafblind people have three barriers of communication, information acquisition, and movement. Particularly, deaf-based d... [more] WIT2016-87
LOIS 2017-03-03
Okinawa N.Ohama Memorial Hall Enthusiasm Sharing with a TV chat Robot for continuous daily communication
Shogo Nishimura (NAIST), Hiromichi Kawanami (TNCT), Masayuki Kanbara (NAIST), Norihiro Hagita (ATR/NAIST) LOIS2016-88
This paper describes chatting robots aiming at improving a sense of dialogue by sharing feelings with users in real time... [more] LOIS2016-88
PRMU 2012-10-05
Chiba   [Special Talk] Design Everything by Yoursel -- User interfaces for graphics, CAD modeling, and robots --
Takeo Igarashi (Univ. of Tokyo) PRMU2012-64
We will introduce the research of our group aiming at the development of various design tools for end-users. We live in ... [more] PRMU2012-64
VLD, CPSY, RECONF, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2012-01-25
Kanagawa Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University A Mobile Robot System using Intelligent Circuit in Silicon
Takuya Suzuki, Yusaku Yamazaki, Hakaru Tamukoh, Masatoshi Sekine (TUAT) VLD2011-105 CPSY2011-68 RECONF2011-64
Intelligent functions required in robots working in human living space, such as actuator control, machine vision, voice ... [more] VLD2011-105 CPSY2011-68 RECONF2011-64
PRMU, MVE, CQ, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2012-01-19
Osaka   Research on the automatic trash separate collection robot based on active object recognition
Takuya Arima, Masayuki Kashima, Kiminori Sato, Mutsumi Watanabe (Kagoshima Univ.) PRMU2011-148 MVE2011-57
Although cleaning robots are put in practical use and became familiar to us, they only collect objects which look like t... [more] PRMU2011-148 MVE2011-57
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