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HIP 2022-12-23
13:30
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Detecting emotion in speech expressing incongruent emotional cues through voice and content -- Investigation on dominant modality --
Mariko Kikutani (Kanazawa Univ.), Machiko Ikemoto (Doshisha Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
HCS 2022-10-27
14:20
Online Online How Mood States Affect Facial Expression Perception?
Qi Fan (Waseda Univ.), Kyoko Ito (Kyoto Tachibana Univ./Osaka Univ.), Fusako Koshikawa (Waseda Univ.) HCS2022-51
This study intends to investigate how mood states affect facial expression perception. The study examined how depression... [more] HCS2022-51
pp.18-23
NS, SR, RCS, SeMI, RCC
(Joint)
2022-07-15
15:30
Ishikawa The Kanazawa Theatre + Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Rehabilitation method for attention function using Trail Making Test with Leap Motion Controller
Shun Ito, Masashi Sugano (Osaka Metro. Univ.) SeMI2022-48
Attention disorder cause distractibility, a tendency to shift attention to other stimuli, and an inability to focus on o... [more] SeMI2022-48
pp.133-138
CNR 2022-07-01
10:30
Okinawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Video Generation for Uncosciously Triggering Advance Preparation of Passengers in Automated Vehicles
Kazuki Shimada (The Univ. of Tsukuba), Taishi Sawabe (NAIST), Hidehiko Shishido (The Univ. of Tsukuba), Masayuki Kanbara (NAIST), Itaru Kitahara (The Univ. of Tsukuba) CNR2022-2
In automated driving, it is difficult to predict the acceleration stimulus that arises due to the vehicle’s behavior cha... [more] CNR2022-2
pp.6-11
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2022-03-02
13:50
Online Online Effects of subjective task criteria of sword motion in Kendo swinging
Hayato Ogino, Yutaka Sakaguchi (UEC) NC2021-53
In teaching motor skills, instructors often provide instructions (or subjective criteria) related to body perception in ... [more] NC2021-53
pp.36-41
HIP, ITE-HI, ASJ-H, VRPSY [detail] 2022-02-28
09:45
Online Online Estimation of speech emotional intensity model using impression ratings
Megumi Kawase, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) HIP2021-66
We used deep learning to estimate emotional intensity from speech. In our previous study, we considered emotional intens... [more] HIP2021-66
pp.42-47
HIP, ITE-HI, ASJ-H, VRPSY [detail] 2022-02-28
13:30
Online Online [Invited Talk] Glossiness perception -- cues, reproduction methods using 3D images and quantitative evaluation, brain mechanism, and effects on facial attractiveness and the neural correlates --
Yuichi Sakano (NICT/Osaka Univ.) HIP2021-70
By virtue of the recent great advances in computer graphics technology, mechanisms for the perception of object material... [more] HIP2021-70
pp.62-67
HIP 2021-10-22
11:10
Online Online [Invited Talk] Effects of emotional response on solving ill-posed problems in temporal perception
Makoto Ichikawa, Misa Kobayashi (Chiba Univ.) HIP2021-42
Our perceptual system cannot obtain information to determine the pace of temporal progression of events or the temporal ... [more] HIP2021-42
pp.63-68
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-19
10:05
Online Online Passable width perception during bike riding in virtual environments
Naoki Kuroda, Kazuhiro Ikeda, Wataru Teramoto (Kumamoto Univ.) HIP2020-84
When confronted with a narrow aperture during locomotion, one needs to judge whether the aperture is passable and to tak... [more] HIP2020-84
pp.53-56
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-19
14:05
Online Online Examination of the effect of stimulus number on vection
Moyou Jiang, Takeharu Seno (Kyushu Univ.), Shinji Nakamura (Nihon Fukushi Univ.) HIP2020-88
Visually induced self-motion perception (vection) refers to a perceptive phenomenon in which a person might feel like hi... [more] HIP2020-88
pp.65-70
ITS, WBS, RCC 2020-12-15
11:35
Online Online A Study on Stress Prediction Model based on Simultaneous Measurement of Environmental and Emotional Data
Koshiro Maeda, Tomoki Hashiguchi, Nobuyoshi Komuro, Keita Hirai (Chiba Univ.) WBS2020-26 ITS2020-22 RCC2020-29
Emotion estimation technology has attracted attention in terms of work style reform, classroom support, and car driving ... [more] WBS2020-26 ITS2020-22 RCC2020-29
pp.103-108
HIP 2020-10-09
10:55
Online Online Vection induced by the combination of rotational and translational motion presented in 3D space
Hiroaki Koyama, Rumi Hisakata, Hirohiko Kaneko (Tokyo Tech) HIP2020-43
In this study, we investigated the effects of depth order of motion stimulus on forward-and-backward and circular vectio... [more] HIP2020-43
pp.56-60
HIP 2020-09-14
13:30
Online Online (Zoom) Multisensory interaction between touch and voice in the perception of emotions
Rika Oya, Akihiro Tanaka (TWCU) HIP2020-24
Several studies have shown that touch can communicate emotions accurately. However, the role of touch in the multisensor... [more] HIP2020-24
pp.1-6
HIP 2020-09-14
14:45
Online Online (Zoom) Effects of emotion on time perception
Hikaru Otera, Akihiro Tanaka (TWCU) HIP2020-27
Previous research revealed that the stimulus durations were judged as being longer after than before viewing films elici... [more] HIP2020-27
pp.19-24
HIP, ASJ-H 2020-02-15
16:50
Okinawa IT Souzou-kan Bldg. (Naha) Peripersonal space during active and passive self-motion
Naoki Kuroda, Wataru Teramoto (Kumamoto Univ.) HIP2019-85
A space immediately around the body, known as peripersonal space (PPS), plays an important role in our interactions with... [more] HIP2019-85
pp.43-46
EID, ITE-IDY, IEIJ-SSL, SID-JC, IEE-EDD [detail] 2020-01-23
13:25
Tottori Tottori Univ. [Poster Presentation] Monocular Depth Perception by Very Small Monocular Motion Parallax in DFD (Depth-fused 3D) Display with Very Large Depth
Kyohei Okamoto, Haruki Mizushina, Shiro Suyama (Tokushima Univ.)
We have proposed large depth perception in DFD (Depth-fused 3D) display by using very small but continuous monocular mot... [more]
HIP 2019-12-20
10:00
Miyagi RIEC, Tohoku University Correspondence between motion aftereffects in visual perception and visual cortex
Wakana Koshizaka, Weijing Ren, Ichiro Kuriki, Yasuhiro Hatori, Chiahuei Tseng, Satoshi Shioiri (Tohoku Univ.) HIP2019-74
Visual motion perception is an important information for human living. It has been known that motion selective mechanism... [more] HIP2019-74
pp.51-56
HIP 2019-10-31
10:10
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Experimental and computational study of visual perception for moving objects during self-motion.
Yuki Narita, Shunji Satoh (UEC) HIP2019-56
Retinal motion or optical flow of an object (target) in the outer world is not generally identical to the motion of the ... [more] HIP2019-56
pp.41-45
HIP 2019-08-20
13:55
Tokyo Tokyo Woman's Christian University The effect of visual degradation on emotion perception and phoneme perception
Masahiro Yoshihara (Waseda Univ.), Hisako Yamamoto, Misako Kawahara, Akihiro Tanaka (TWCU) HIP2019-35
We investigated how visual degradation affects audiovisual integration. In the present experiment, native Japanese speak... [more] HIP2019-35
pp.7-12
HIP 2019-08-21
11:00
Tokyo Tokyo Woman's Christian University The perception of emotions from touch and voice.
Rika Oya, Akihiro Tanaka (TWCU) HIP2019-44
Previous research revealed that nonverbal touch can communicate several emotions. Here we compared the perception of emo... [more] HIP2019-44
pp.53-58
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