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The 43rd Perceptual Frontier Seminar: Jointed with Summer School Participants

Date and time: Monday, 3 September 2018, 15:00-18:00
Venue: Room 512 on the 1st Floor of Building 5, Ohashi Campus, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan <http://www.design.kyushu-u.ac.jp/kyushu-u/english/access>
Language: English
Organizer: Gerard B. REMIJN (Kyushu Univ./ReCAPS)

Program

Part I: Presentations by Summer School participants (5 minutes per presentation; liable to change)

1. Muhammad Taufiq SETIAWAN, Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia): Robust pupil localization algorithm based on circular Hough transform for extreme pupil occlusion.

2. Rilmawan AMSIR, Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia): Geometry based 3D Gaze Estimation using Kinect Xbox.

3. Supkamon SOONTHONSAWAT, Mahidol University (Thailand): Effectiveness of high power dual wavelength laser therapy in individuals with lateral epicondylitis.

4. Pattipon KAO-NGAMPANICH, Mahidol University (Thailand): The electromyographic activity of paraspinal muscles during different self-correction methods in adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis.

5. Chanida SAKSIRIKOSOL, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (Thailand): The eye catching point of the advertising artwork.

6. Hao YULAN, Wuhang University of Technology (China): Perceptual research for the senior citizen.

7. Ge YUNJIAO, Wuhang University of Technology (China): Caring design for special groups.

8. Harmein KHAGI, Institute of Technology Bandung (Indonesia): User-centered design approach to product development in Indonesia.

Part II: Presentation by Human Science (Kyushu University) students (5 minutes per presentation; liable to change)

1. Santi, Kyushu University (Nakajima lab): Speech intelligibility of English mosaic speech: Influence of manipulating mosaic block duration.

2. Jingyi LYU, Kyushu University (Nakajima lab): About 31-tone equal temperament.

3. Joao Paulo CABRAL, Kyushu University (Remijn lab): Auditory icons: Introduction and past research.

4. Yesaya Tommy PAULUS, Kyushu University (Remijn lab): Grid density and size for visual authentication using eye tracking.

5. Naoko TAKAHASHI, Kyushu University (Hiramatsu lab): Neural representation of color across various color vision phenotypes.

6. Jing NI, Hiroyuki ITO, and Masaki OGAWA, Kyushu University (Ito lab): Effect of inter-stimulus interval on the reduction in vection latency caused by pre-presented motion stimuli (Poster).

7. Shimeng LIU, Kyushu University (Nakajima lab): Pause duration influences speech style in English public speaking (Poster).

8. Hirotaro SATO, Yuki MORIMOTO, Chihiro HIRAMATSU, Takeharu SENO (Seno lab): Nine different surface qualities can induce vection differently.

9. Tomohiko AKAGI, Satoshi IKEHATA (National Institute of Informatics), Takeharu SENO (Seno lab): Psychological examinations of visual features of the heel professional wrestlers.

10. Ryosuke IOKA, Tekeharu SENO, Matia OKUBO (Seno lab): The correlation between the state anxiety and vection strength.

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The 9th IEEE International Conference on Awareness Science and Technology (iCAST 2018), 19-21 September 2018, Fukuoka, Japan, Jointed with the 3rd International Five-Sense Symposium

URL: http://www.design.kyushu-u.ac.jp/~icast/index.html

Plenary Talk 1 (16:00 - 17:00, September 20, Room 511)

Cognitive models of music perception
Rie Matsunaga

Plenary Talk 2 (17:00 - 18:00, September 20, Room 511)

Self-aware computing systems: From psychology to engineering
Peter Lewis

Program of the 3rd International Five-Sense Symposium

Session on Taste and Odor Sensing (9:30 - 11:00, September 20, Room 531)

09:30 - 10:00 Rui Yatabe, Taste sensor and odor sensor
10:00 - 10:30 Mitsuru Tanaka, Analytical methods for evaluation of food compounds
10:30 - 11:00 Fumihiro Sassa, Collecting of spatial distribution of on-ground odor sources and odor visualization

Session on Perceptual Psychology (11:15 - 12:35, September 20, Room 531)

11:15 - 11:40 Emi Hasuo, Time-shrinking illusion in the tactile modality: Comparison with auditory and visual modalities
11:40 - 12:05 Takahiro Kawabe, Implementing visual illusions in the real world
12:05 - 12:35 Willy Wong, On the origins of the power function exponent

Poster Session (13:50 - 15:30, September 20, Room 531 and foyer)

1. The application of 360-degree video as a tool for standardized language testing material
Laura Blanco, Miharu Fuyuno, Gerard B. Remijn, Kazuo Ueda, Mikako Tomotari, and Yoshitaka Nakajima

2. An acoustic analysis of preposition phrases in English
Xiaoyang Yu, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Yixin Zhang, Takuya Kishida, and Kazuo Ueda

3. Psychological examinations of visual features of the heel professional wrestlers
Tomohiko Akagi, Satoshi Ikehata, and Takeharu Seno

4. Nine different surface qualities can induce vection differently
Hirotaro Sato, Yuki Morimoto, Chihiro Hiramatsu, and Takeharu Seno

5. The perception of auditory icons by Japanese and Indonesian drivers: a cross-cultural study
João P. Cabral and Gerard B. Remijn

6. Development of color-temperature association in individuals with different color vision types
Yuki Mori and Chihiro Hiramatsu

7. Attention and impression toward complex images among individuals with different color vision types
Chihiro Hiramatsu, Tatsuhiko Takashima, Hiroaki Sakaguchi, Satohiro Tajima, and Takeharu Seno

8. A study on the effect of sound on memorisation of symbolic images
Natalia Postnova and Gerard B. Remijn

9. A report of a positive correlation between state anxiety and vection strength
Ryosuke Ioka, Takeharu Seno and Machia Okubo

10. Pause duration influences impressions of speech style in English public speaking
Shimeng Liu, Yoshitaka Nakajima, and Mark A. Elliott

11. Inhibition of vection by grasping an object
Masaki Mori and Takeharu Seno

12. Identification of individuals based on the spatial arrangement of facial parts
Kana Uozumi, Hiroyuki Ito and Masaki Ogawa

13. Effect of background luminance on the peripheral flicker illusion
Meidi Niikawa and Hiroyuki Ito

14. Effect of ISI on the vection-latency reduction induced by preceding vection
Jing Ni, Hiroyuki Ito and Masaki Ogawa

15. Visual saltation illusion induced by flickering subjective figures
Hiroyuki Ito

16. Which spectral-change factors are indispensable to make Japanese speech intelligible?
Takuya Kishida, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Gerard B. Remijn and Seiya Umemoto

17. Korean and Japanese speakers use different acoustic cues for hearing Korean consonants: Measuring acoustic features of Korean lenis stops and Japanese voiceless and voiced stops
Yubin Sung and Hiroyuki Mitsudo

18. Vection can be modified by the viewing attitude of the observers
Hirotaro Sato, Takeharu Seno and Gerard B. Remijn

19. Rehabilitation contents that can induce stronger vection are perceived more attractive
Ryosuke Ioka, Rika Tanka, Takeharu Seno and Hiroyuki Matsuguma

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