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Online Online What characteristics are acquired in coding self-motion from visual motion? -- Reconstruction of statistical relationship by neural network and its internal representation --
Daiki Nakamura, Hiroaki Gomi (NTT) NC2020-57
Efficient coding is a prevailing computational models of sensory coding in the brain. If the sensory information is tran... [more] NC2020-57
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-19
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
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-19
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
HIP 2020-10-09
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
HIP, ASJ-H 2020-02-15
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
HIP 2019-10-31
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
HIP 2018-10-23
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Effects of the vertical visual field on the directional asymmetry between forward and backward vection
Kanon Fujimoto, Hiroshi Ashida (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2018-62
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HIP2018-62
HIP 2018-10-23
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Effect of visual stimulation speeds during active self-rotation on subconscious body control
Ryo Tokuyama, Rumi Hisakata, Hirohiko Kaneko (Tokyo Tech) HIP2018-63
In this study, we investigated the integrated process of some sensory information during active self-rotational-motion a... [more] HIP2018-63
HIP 2017-12-26
Miyagi Reserach Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Properties of Visual-Vestibular Integration process for the perception of self rotation
Ryota Saito, Rumi Hisakata, Hirohiko Kaneko (Titech) HIP2017-91
Humans usually perceive their self-motion depending on various information such as visual, vestibular, and somatosensory... [more] HIP2017-91
HIP 2017-12-26
Miyagi Reserach Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Detection threshold of auditory apparent motion during linear acceleration motion
Miharu Noda, Shuichi Sakamoto, Cui Zhenglie (Tohoku Univ.), Wataru Teramoto (Kumamoto Univ.), Yoiti Suzuki, Jiro Gyoba (Tohoku Univ.) HIP2017-92
Listeners use changes in binaural information as perceptual cues for sound image motion. Some researchers have pointed o... [more] HIP2017-92
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Okinawa   Analysis of Linear Vection Effects Caused by Stimulating Peripheral Visual Field in Immersive Space
Akihiro Konishi, Satoshi Hashiguchi, Asako Kimura, Fumihisa Shibata, Hideyuki Tamura (Ritsumeikan Univ.) IMQ2015-67 IE2015-166 MVE2015-94
Vection is a visually induced illusion of self-motion caused by observing a visual stimulus. In this study, we analyze t... [more] IMQ2015-67 IE2015-166 MVE2015-94
HIP 2015-07-18
Fukuoka Kyushu Sangyo University A consideration of perceived self-motion by cutaneous sensation in relation to vestibular stimuli (1) -- Comparison of transfer motion and vibration --
Kayoko Murata (TMU), Hidemi Komatsu, Yasushi Nakano (Keio Univ.), Shigeru Ichihara (MEDIA EYE), Masami Ishihara (TMU), Naoe Masuda (SSU) HIP2015-48
We recently confirmed that self-motion perception could be elicited by cutaneous stimulation accompanied by vestibular i... [more] HIP2015-48
HIP 2015-07-18
Fukuoka Kyushu Sangyo University A consideration of perceived self-motion by cutaneous sensation in relation to vestibular stimuli (2) -- Whether the direction of transfer motion and the direction of wind are consistent or not --
Hidemi Komatsu (Keio Univ.), Kayoko Murata (TMU), Takeharu Seno (Kyusyu Univ.), Yasushi Nakano (Keio Univ.), Naoe Masuda (SSU) HIP2015-49
Perceived self-motion has been mainly investigated in vision. But, Murata et al. (2014) reported the wind for cutaneous ... [more] HIP2015-49
HIP 2015-07-18
Fukuoka Kyushu Sangyo University The correlation between visual and auditory vection strengths might suggest the same and basic mechanism in self-motion perception.
Takeharu Seno (Kyushu Univ.), Hirotaka Sato, Nobu Shirai (Niigata Univ.) HIP2015-51
Strengths of two different vections, visual and auditory vections, were directly compared. We measured visual vection in... [more] HIP2015-51
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza The property of integration process of vestibular, somatosensory and visual information for the self-motion perception of pitch rotation and translation
Yuji Kasahara, Hirohiko Kaneko (Titech)
We perceive self-motion by integrating visual, vestibular and somatosensory information. In this research, we showed the... [more]
HIP 2012-07-01
Hokkaido   Trials for inducing vection by four stroke and two stroke apparent motions -- Effects of smoothness in stimulus motion on visually induced self-motion perception --
Shinji Nakamura (NFU) HIP2012-40
The effects of smoothness in stimulus motion on visually induced self-motion perception (vection) were analyzed in psych... [more] HIP2012-40
HIP 2012-07-01
Hokkaido   The effect of temporal inconsistency between visual and vestibular/somatosensory information on the perception of self-motion.
Yuji Kasahara, Hirohiko Kaneko (titech) HIP2012-41
We perceive self-motion by integrating visual, vestibular and somatosensory information. In this research, we manipulate... [more] HIP2012-41
HIP 2011-07-23
Toyama   Three visual illusions related to the self-motion
Takeharu Seno (Kyushu Univ), Haruaki Fukuda (Tokyo Univ) HIP2011-30
We introduce three visual illusions related to self-motion perception. The Shrinking building illusion, Broken escalator... [more] HIP2011-30
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE 2010-10-14
Miyagi RIEC A crossmodal contingent aftereffect between visual and vestibular senses
Kenzo Sakurai (TGU), Yuika Suzuki, Shuichi Sakamoto, Jiro Gyoba, Yo-iti Suzuki (Tohoku Univ.) HIP2010-48
We conducted an experiment to explore color-contingent self-motion aftereffects. Observers were asked to report whether... [more] HIP2010-48
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE 2010-10-15
Miyagi RIEC [Invited Talk] The effects of additional stimulus modulation on visually induced self-motion perception
Shinji Nakamura (Nihon Fukushi Univ.) HIP2010-56
Uniform motion of a visual stimulus which occupies larger area of observer’s visual field can induce illusory perception... [more] HIP2010-56
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