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ICTSSL, CAS 2023-01-27
Tokyo TBD
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Tendencies of search behavior in visual search
Honami Hashimoto, Yuxuan Wang (Niigata Univ), Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ), Akira Tsukada (NITTC), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ) CAS2022-77 ICTSSL2022-41
We daily use vision to explore and quickly find the needed information. What contributes to finding needed information ... [more] CAS2022-77 ICTSSL2022-41
- 2022-12-16
Kagawa Onsite (Sunport Takamatsu) and Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Effect of sampling frequency on detection of eye movement features
Rin Takanashi, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
In this study, we examined the effects of sampling frequency on macrosaccade, saccade, and gaze
detection, which are e... [more]

CAS, NLP 2022-10-20
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Experimental investigation of the probability of target detection during character search
Kodai Hatta (Niigata Univ.), Honami Hashimoto, Yuxuan Wang (Niigata Univ..), Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ), Akira Tsukada (NIT Toyama Col.), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) CAS2022-22 NLP2022-42
Just as we can quickly find a friend in a group photograph, we can use visual function to quickly find a specific target... [more] CAS2022-22 NLP2022-42
CAS, NLP 2022-10-21
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Perception Experiments for Practical Use of Large Line Displays
Yuji Seki, Keisuke Mutou, Yuhi Sakagami, Makiko Okumura (KAIT) CAS2022-27 NLP2022-47
We have developed a line display that can perceive a two-dimensional image by performing high-speed eye movements called... [more] CAS2022-27 NLP2022-47
HIP 2022-10-17
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Relationship between sustained attention and microsaccade direction
Makoto Takeshita, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.) HIP2022-48
It is well known that microsaccades and attention are closely related, but the relationship between microsaccade directi... [more] HIP2022-48
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2022-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Temporal change of cognitive workload using features of eye movement
Tomomi Okano, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HCS2022-24 HIP2022-24
Both micro saccade and pupil response are often used as an index for
mental and cognitive workload. Some evoked factor... [more]
HCS2022-24 HIP2022-24
HIP 2021-10-21
Online Online Effect of adaptation to stimulus change across saccade on pre-saccadic stimulus recognition
Ryota Noguchi, Rumi Hisakata, Hirohiko Kaneko (Tokyo Tech) HIP2021-33
To perceive the information in the limited visual field, we integrate information among the central and peripheral visua... [more] HIP2021-33
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-24
Online Online Feasibility of evaluating temporal changes in cognitive load factors using ocular information
Tomomi Okano, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) HCS2021-9 HIP2021-9
In this paper, we have focused on microsaccade, pupil diameter and eye movements to discover the relationship between co... [more] HCS2021-9 HIP2021-9
Online Online A Consideration on Efficient Visual Search from the Perspective of Complex Networks
Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.), Makoto Ozawa, Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ.), Akira Tsukada (NIT Toyama) MBE2020-23
Visual search is an operation so as to find visually a target symbol in many alternatives. It is efficient in the sense... [more] MBE2020-23
HIP 2020-10-08
Online Online Relationship between direction of microsaccades induced by bottom-up attention and direction of attention
Shogo Noguchi, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.) HIP2020-36
Some previous studies have shown that the direction of microsaccades coincides with the direction of visual attention, w... [more] HIP2020-36
HIP 2020-10-09
Online Online Change of eye movement in response to vibration stimulus in the peripheral field of vision
Takahiro Ueno, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech.) HIP2020-47
Viewer's responses and eye movements were analysed in order to obtain selective perception for visual stimuli during dua... [more] HIP2020-47
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Proposal and Evaluation of Real time Saccade detection by Multiple Concentric Circle Feature
Yoshitaka Shirai, Yutaka Hirata (Chubu Univ.) NC2019-75
We propose a real-time detection method of saccade eye movements using Multiple Concentric Circle Feature (MCF). MCF is ... [more] NC2019-75
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
An intermittent control model during fixational eye movements
Makoto Ozawa, Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ.) MBE2019-93
Fixational eye movements consist of two components: drift-tremor (DRT) and microsaccades (MS). In this study, we explore... [more] MBE2019-93
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Relationship between task-evoked ocular indices and their subjective responses
Minoru Nakayama, Yoshiya Hayakawa (Tokyo Tech.)
Impact of mental workload for eye movements and pupil responses was
examined during a manipulation task.
As the resu... [more]

- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) The relationship between mental workload under visual search task execution and eye features
Tomomi Okano, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech)
In this paper, we have focused on several eye features especially on microsaccade and pupil diameter. By using two types... [more]
HIP 2019-10-31
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Influence of reward expectation on ocular information during a controlled card game
Minoru Nakayama, Kouhei Shoda (Tokyo Tech.) HIP2019-60
Evoked reward expectations were measured during a card game playing while influence for oculo-motor
indices were observ... [more]
HIP 2019-10-31
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Blanking Effect in Saccadic Suppression of Image Displacement -- The Effects of Blank Duration and Onset Time --
Yasuaki Tamada, Kazuya Hara, Ken Kitano, Masayuki Sato (The Univ. of Kitakyushu) HIP2019-64
Target displacements during saccades are harder to be noticed than those during fixations (Saccadic Suppression of Image... [more] HIP2019-64
MBE 2019-05-19
Niigata Niigata University Classification of gaze steps during visual search into fixations and saccades
Mizuki Matsui, Masayuki Tsuno (Niigata Univ), Makoto Ozawa, Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ), Akira Tsukada (NIT, Toyama College), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ) MBE2019-7
We often search for a specific target from a lot of visual alternative information. According to Hick's law, the search ... [more] MBE2019-7
CAS, ICTSSL 2019-01-24
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Development of Printed Circuit Board for High Speed Line Display Using Eyeball Movement
Naoki Kawasaki, Naoto Tsuyuki, Satoshi Matsumoto, Kyohei Wakabayashi, Takayuki Misu, Keichi Abe, Makiko Okumura (Kanagawa IT) CAS2018-116 ICTSSL2018-35
In this paper, we developed a saccade type line display with 64 LEDs which realized high speed flashing. The developed l... [more] CAS2018-116 ICTSSL2018-35
CAS, ICTSSL 2019-01-24
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Classification of fixation and saccade in visual search
Mizuki Matsui, Masayuki Tsuno, Ryunosuke Kodera (Niigata Univ), Makoto Ozawa, Taishin Nomura (Osaka Univ), Akira Tsukada (NIT, Toyama college), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ) CAS2018-125 ICTSSL2018-44
We often search for specific targets from a lot of visual information. According to Hick's law, the search time is logar... [more] CAS2018-125 ICTSSL2018-44
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