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Tomohiro Amemiya
Tomohiro Amemiya
Professor, The University of Tokyo
確認したメール アドレス: vr.u-tokyo.ac.jp - ホームページ
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Virtual leading blocks for the deaf-blind: A real-time way-finder by verbal-nonverbal hybrid interface and high-density RFID tag space
T Amemiya, J Yamashita, K Hirota, M Hirose
IEEE Virtual Reality 2004, 165-287, 2004
1332004
Lead-me interface for a pulling sensation from hand-held devices
T Amemiya, H Ando, T Maeda
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 5 (3), 1-17, 2008
1192008
Virtual force display: Direction guidance using asymmetric acceleration via periodic translational motion
T Amemiya, H Ando, T Maeda
First Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for …, 2005
992005
Asymmetric oscillation distorts the perceived heaviness of handheld objects
T Amemiya, T Maeda
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 1 (1), 9-18, 2008
982008
Shaking the world: galvanic vestibular stimulation as a novel sensation interface
T Maeda, H Ando, T Amemiya, N Nagaya, M Sugimoto, M Inami
ACM SIGGRAPH 2005 Emerging technologies, 17-es, 2005
982005
Distinct pseudo-attraction force sensation by a thumb-sized vibrator that oscillates asymmetrically
T Amemiya, H Gomi
Haptics: Neuroscience, Devices, Modeling, and Applications: 9th …, 2014
782014
Orienting kinesthetically: A haptic handheld wayfinder for people with visual impairments
T Amemiya, H Sugiyama
ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) 3 (2), 1-23, 2010
782010
Haptic handheld wayfinder with pseudo-attraction force for pedestrians with visual impairments
T Amemiya, H Sugiyama
Proceedings of the 11th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers …, 2009
662009
Acceleration generator and pseudo force sense generator
T Amemiya, H Andou, T Maeda
US Patent 7,868,489, 2011
582011
Wearable Finger-Braille Interface for Navigation of Deaf-Blind in Ubiquitous Barrier-Free Space.
M Hirose, T Amemiya
HCI (4), 1417-1421, 2003
442003
Phantom-DRAWN: direction guidance using rapid and asymmetric acceleration weighted by nonlinearity of perception
T Amemiya, H Ando, T Maeda
Proceedings of the 2005 international conference on Augmented tele-existence …, 2005
432005
Design of a haptic direction indicator for visually impaired people in emergency situations
T Amemiya, H Sugiyama
Computers Helping People with Special Needs: 11th International Conference …, 2008
392008
A multisensory VR system exploring the ultra-reality
Y Ikei, K Abe, K Hirota, T Amemiya
2012 18th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia, 71-78, 2012
382012
Directional force sensation by asymmetric oscillation from a double-layer slider-crank mechanism
T Amemiya, T Maeda
382009
Visual area V5/hMT+ contributes to perception of tactile motion direction: a TMS study
T Amemiya, B Beck, V Walsh, H Gomi, P Haggard
Scientific reports 7 (1), 40937, 2017
372017
Tactile duration compression by vibrotactile adaptation
J Watanabe, T Amemiya, S Nishida, A Johnston
Neuroreport 21 (13), 856-860, 2010
292010
Enhancing virtual walking sensation using self-avatar in first-person perspective and foot vibrations
Y Matsuda, J Nakamura, T Amemiya, Y Ikei, M Kitazaki
Frontiers in Virtual Reality 2, 654088, 2021
282021
Tactile apparent motion on the torso modulates perceived forward self-motion velocity
T Amemiya, K Hirota, Y Ikei
IEEE transactions on haptics 9 (4), 474-482, 2016
272016
Directed force perception when holding a nongrounding force display in the air
T Amemiya, H Ando, T Maeda
Proc. EuroHaptics 2006, 317-324, 2006
272006
Presentation of odor in multi-sensory theater
K Hirota, Y Ito, T Amemiya, Y Ikei
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality. Systems and Applications: 5th …, 2013
252013
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