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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2022-03-08
09:30
Online Online A Survey of Current Services of Braille Libraries
Nanami Matsuda (Tsurumi Univ.), Akihiro Motoki (Tsurumi Univ./Tohoku Univ.) WIT2021-43
Braille libraries offer information to the people with visually impaired. But it was differences between current service... [more] WIT2021-43
pp.1-6
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2021-12-08
14:05
Online Online Effect of Adaptative Gesture-Interface to Persons with Severe Physical Disabilities
Kazuyuki Itoh, Tsuyoshi Nakayama, Takafumi Kinoshita (NRCD), Ikushi Yoda (AIST), Katsuhiro Mizuno (NCNP) WIT2021-32
their daily living operations at home. For a muscular dystrophy patient, the system is installed instead of keyboard ope... [more] WIT2021-32
pp.1-6
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-09
13:00
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology [Invited Talk] Utilization of Information Technology Considering Developmental Characteristics of Hearing Impaired and Visually Impaired
Yasushi Ishihara (NTUT) WIT2018-71
I introduce information support to improve hearing and visually impaired people's social environment in the field of hea... [more] WIT2018-71
p.89
WIT, SP 2018-10-28
10:55
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology(Kitakyushu) A Study of Text Preservation Tool in the Vowel Mouse Shape and Scanning Communication Method for Persons with Severe Physical Disabilities
Kazuyuki Itoh (RI, NRCD) SP2018-44 WIT2018-32
This paper describes about a text preservation tool in the vowel mouse shape and scanning communication method for perso... [more] SP2018-44 WIT2018-32
pp.61-66
WIT 2014-12-11
13:50
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Improvement of erroneous inputs elimination of single switch GSN/1 for users with severe physical disabilities
Masaya Endo, Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ.), Takashi Oda (JALSA), Naoki Tondokoro (WAIL), Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (NITSC), Hiroaki Inui (Nobuhara Hosp.) WIT2014-62
Persons with severe physical disabilities have to use personal computer (PC) for communication. To do so, they usually u... [more] WIT2014-62
pp.51-56
SP, WIT 2013-06-13
10:30
Niigata   Performance evaluation of geomagnetic sensor - based switch GSN/1 in case of tremor
Masaya Endo, Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ.), Takashi Oda (JALSA), Naoki Tondokoro (Welfare Association of Independent Living), Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (IT Support Center) SP2013-31 WIT2013-1
Assistive technologies have enabled persons with severe motor disabilities to live more independently. They can operate ... [more] SP2013-31 WIT2013-1
pp.1-6
WIT 2012-01-27
14:00
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Device development and support activities for the practice of forestry activities for persons with intellectual disabilities
Takahiro Sato, Ikuko Tanahashi (Forestry Research Institute) WIT2011-53
Device development and support activities for the practice of forestry activities for persons with intellectual disabili... [more] WIT2011-53
pp.13-17
WIT, SP 2011-10-07
16:45
Tokyo TFT Bldg. Speech Science and Technology for Persons with Disabilities Presented in INTERSPEECH
Akira Ichikawa (Waseda Univ.) SP2011-68 WIT2011-50
Those who research and develop the voice can contribute from various respects to the persons with disabilities support. ... [more] SP2011-68 WIT2011-50
pp.89-94
WIT 2011-08-05
12:30
Kyoto Sugiura Community Care Res. Center Efficacy evaluation of parameter optimization for a Cartesian scanning method alternative to mouse-pointer manipulation
Takuya Tsunoda, Toyohiko Hayashi, Yoshinobu Maeda, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.), Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (ITSC), Naoki Tondokoro (WAIL) WIT2011-32
Personal computers have become indispensable for persons with severe motor disabilities in order to ensure communication... [more] WIT2011-32
pp.65-70
PRMU, SP, WIT 2010-10-09
10:00
Chiba   [Invited Talk] CEATEC JAPAN2010 Accessibility PLAZA Introduction -- Accessibility Guidelines of a Office Equipment Industrial Standard --
Hidenori Sakai (JBMIA) PRMU2010-100 SP2010-56 WIT2010-44
Its purpose is to correct the digital divide that has become an issue alongside the growing importance of information te... [more] PRMU2010-100 SP2010-56 WIT2010-44
pp.65-67
WIT 2010-05-22
14:45
Niigata Tokimate, Univ. of Niigata Activities of Niigata IT Support Center for Persons with Disabilities -- Current Status and Future Tasks of IT Support System in Niigata City --
Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (Niigata Univ.), Satoko Maruyama (Niigata Univ. of Health and Welfare), Toyohiko Hayashi, Tetsuya Watanabe, Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) WIT2010-15
IT support centers for persons with disabilities in local areas have a small number of staff members and volunteer... [more] WIT2010-15
pp.79-82
WIT 2010-05-22
15:15
Niigata Tokimate, Univ. of Niigata Current Status and Future Tasks of Local IT Support System for Persons with Disabilities -- Nagano Prefectural IT Support Center for Persons with Disabilities --
Satoshi Aoki (Miraijuku) WIT2010-16
Local IT support centers for persons with disabilities have a small number of staff members and volunteers as well as us... [more] WIT2010-16
pp.83-85
ET 2010-01-23
16:15
Ibaraki Tsukuba Univ. of Technology A Proposal of "Text-to-Speech" Method of Reading out Electronic Text Based Structural Style for Visually Handicapped
Shiho Takashima, Takehiro Furuta, Takako Akakura (Tokyo Univ. of Science) ET2009-102
In this paper, we focus on reading out with screen reader to support that the acquired and severely visually handicapped... [more] ET2009-102
pp.61-66
WIT 2010-01-08
15:15
Tokyo Shibaura Univ. Parameter optimization of Cartesian-cursor method in scanning mouse emulations alternative to mouse manipulation
Shingo Ishikawa, Kenji Koyama, Toyohiko Hayashi, Yoshinobu Maeda, Tetsuya Watanabe (Niigata Univ.), Yasuo Nakamura (Doshisha Univ.), Yuko Wakabayashi (JALSA Niigata), Naoki Tondokoro (CIL) WIT2009-74
Personal computers are indispensable for persons with severe motor disabilities to ensure communication and social parti... [more] WIT2009-74
pp.35-40
WIT 2010-01-09
15:15
Tokyo Shibaura Univ. [Invited Talk] Review and prospect of assistive technology for persons with physical disabilities
Kazuyuki Itoh (Res. Inst., Nat. Rehab. Center) WIT2009-80
Persons with physical disabilities (ex. cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, ALS patients) encounter with roughly two bar... [more] WIT2009-80
pp.73-78
WIT 2009-07-24
11:00
Yamanashi Univ. of Yamanashi Detection of intentional blinking using versatile single switch VSN/1 with a photo-reflective sensor array
Daisuke Yajima, Toyohiko Hayashi, Tetsuya Watanabe, Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.), Yuko Wakabayashi (JALSA), Satoshi Watanabe, Akira Abe (Ftech Co.,Ltd.), Toshimitsu Yamaguchi (Niigata ITSC) WIT2009-50
Persons with severe motor disabilities usually use a single switch for operating personal computer.
Patients with progr... [more]
WIT2009-50
pp.11-16
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-12
16:05
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Improvement in detection of voluntary body movements by a control-interface switch using 3-axis geomagnetic sensor
Masato Hanyuuda, Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ), Yasuo Nakamura (Doshisha Univ), Yuko Wakabayashi (Niigata Intractable Diseases Support Network), Naoki Tondokoro (Center for Ind Living Niigata) MBE2008-117
A switch is employed by a person with severe motor disabilities, in order to operate computers. He/she operates the swit... [more] MBE2008-117
pp.121-126
WIT 2008-07-27
- 2008-07-28
Niigata Toki Messe(Niigata Convention Center) Selection support for scanning methods optimum for individual users as an alternative for pointer operation
Shingo Ishikawa, Kenji Koyama, Toyohiko Hayashi (Niigata Univ.), Yasuo Nakamura (Doshisha Univ.), Yuko Wakabayashi (JALSA), Naoki Tondokoro (CIL) WIT2008-20
Personal computers are indispensable for persons with severe motor disabilities to ensure communication and social parti... [more] WIT2008-20
pp.1-6
WIT, ITE-CE, ITE-ME [detail] 2007-08-03
15:15
Tokyo Ochanomizu Univ. Detection of voluntary body movements using a 3-axis geomagnetic sensor and its application to control-interface switch for persons with motor disabilities
Masato Hanyuuda, Toyohiko Hayashi, Yasuo Nakamura (Niigata Univ), Yuko Wakabayashi (Niigata Intractable Diseases Support Network), Naoki Tondokoro (CIL Niigata) WIT2007-20
It is difficult that persons with motor disabilities control their body, by various factors, such as cerebral paralysis,... [more] WIT2007-20
pp.25-30
IN, ICM, LOIS
(Joint)
2006-01-20
16:20
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. HTML Convert Plug-in that consider the usability and accessibility
Yoshie Ohsako (NanohanaTokushima)
Older persons and persons with disabilities is increasingly turning into the internet user .The internet is important so... [more] OIS2005-86
pp.41-46
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