Reports of the Technical Conference of the Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan
Reports of the 241st Technical Conference of the Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan
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Date: November 13-14, 2008 Location: Kogakuin University
Thursday, November 13
13:10-14:30 Chair: Haruhiko OKUMURA, Toshiba Corporation
  • Makoto SATO, Naoki HASHIMOTO
    Session ID: 08-03-01
    Published: 2008
    Released: January 15, 2009
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    In recent researches of VR, many kinds of immersive projection displays which surround users with high resolution stereoscopic images have been developed and evaluated for achieving highly immersive human-scale virtual environments. The latest systems adopt multi-projector architecture and provide both high resolution image projection and compact implementation effectively. In this paper, we show a recent implementation of such display system named “D-vision” in detail from technical aspects. And also, we illustrate a technique of pseudo-expansion of field-of-view with usual image contents like a TV, DVD and games. This technique can enrich immersive image contents without any additional costs. And finally, we briefly discuss about the technique to provide the effects of the immersive projection displays into our everyday environment.
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  • Takehiko BANDO
    Session ID: 08-03-02
    Published: 2008
    Released: January 15, 2009
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    To augment vivid sensation which would be given by presenting visual images, contents and techniques of images could be innovated upon the understandings on human physical mechanisms. We measured human responses in studies in which images with known “motion vectors” were presented to volunteer subjects. Results obtained by physiological and psychological tests were analyzed with respect to autonomic nervous function. Future development of techniques in view of these results will be discussed.
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14:40-17:50 Chair: Chizuka TANI, Office T-Vision
Friday, November 14
9:00-10:25 Chair: Naoki KOBAYASHI, Saitama Medical University
10:25-11:50 Chair: Tatsuki INUZUKA, Hitachi, Ltd.
13:20-15:35 Chair: Hisashi OGURO, Toppan Printing Co.,Ltd.
15:35-17:40 Chair: Makoto OKUI, The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
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