We explore the possibilities to invoke a new sense of reality based on the advanced technology centering on visual sensing. The key is speed transcending the human capabilities. We believe the next reality is driven by the technological control of the unseen moment.
"Pixelwise Phase Unwrapping Based on Ordered Periods Phase Shift" is published on Sensors.
The invited talk entitled "Dynamic Projection Mapping Toward Post Reality" is given at International Display Workshops. We also have a demonstration of Dynamic Projection Mapping.
"MIDAS Projection: Markerless and Modelless Dynamic Projection Mapping for Material Representation" and "VarioLight: Hybrid Dynamic Projection Mapping Using High-speed Projector and Optical Axis Controller" are presented at SIGGRAPH ASIA 2018.
"MIDAS Projection: Markerless and Modelless Dynamic Projection Mapping for Material Representation" is uploaded to YouTube. This is collaboration research with Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory, The University of Tokyo.
The invited talk entitled "Shaping reality through high-speed projection display" is given at CARD workshop at ACM ISS.
A new video entitled "Dynamic Facial Projection Mapping -Basic Test-" is released on YouTube. Also new pages entitled "Dynamic Facial Projection Mapping -Basic Test-" and "The Death of Reality: Collaboration with Tom Emrich, Nobumichi Asai and Yoshihiro Watanabe" are added.
"Portable Lumipen: Dynamic SAR in Your Hand" is presented at ICME 2018.
"High-Resolution Observation Method for Freely Swimming Medaka Using High-Speed Optical Tracking with Ellipse Self-Window" is presented at EMBC 2018.
"Next-generation Fundus Camera with Full Color Image Acquisition in 0-lx Visible Light by 1.12-micron Square Pixel, 4K, 30-fps BSI CMOS Image Sensor with Advanced NIR Multi-spectral Imaging" is presented at Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits.
NEWSROOM TOKYO by NHK World uploads a video "Projecting Images onto a Moving Object" and introduces our Dynamic Projection Mapping.
Our project proposal is accepted in JST international collaborative research program.
Short video of dynamic facial projection mapping is released. Longer video will be uploaded to YouTube soon.
"VarioLight: Dynamic Projection Mapping for a Wide Range Performance" is uploaded to YouTube. This is collaboration research with Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory, The University of Tokyo.
Guidance of Department of Information and Communications Engineering will be held on 6/2.
Our work is introduced in "Recent Advances in Projection Mapping Algorithms, Hardware and Applications" presented at Eurographics 2018.
"RIFNOM: 3D Rotation-Invariant Features on Normal Maps" is presented at Eurographics 2018.
A new undergraduate student joins.
Watanabe Lab is launched.