2020 年 25 巻 3 号 p. 206-215
By leveraging the large-scale interactive floor projection system installed in a special-needs school gymnasium (FUTUREGYM), we aim to support youths with special needs in the acquisition of proper working procedures when cleaning the floor. The trajectory of a mop can be visualized by floor projection after or during the cleaning session. In order to manipulate tools for cleaning, the ability of spatial perception and coordinated movement is necessary, which is sometimes difficult for people with Neurodevelopmental disorders (ND). Here, we verified three different kinds of floor projection methods to give feedback of the trajectory of the mop, which is generated according to the position of both the person and the mop.