Wednesday, 20 November

    09:00 - 18:00

    Convention Hall Foyer

    Visualization of Historical Landscapes in Osaka

    Cityscapes of the Dotonbori area of Osaka, Japan, around 1919 were visualized using 3D-CG and interactive contents for education and sightseeing purposes were developed. These contents have been exhibited effectively in public and would be utilized not only for historical research but for regional promotion of tourism in Osaka.

    Takefumi Hayashi, Kansai University
    Keiji Gohara, Kansai University
    Takatoshi Egusa, Kansai University
    Naoya Ohara, Kansai University

    The Neuroscience Social Network Project

    We propose here to develop an interface designed to provide a direct mapping between neuroscientific knowledge and 3D brain anatomical space.

    Jordi Puig, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Andrew Perkis, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Philippe Pinel, The University Of Tokyo
    Alvaro Cassinelli, The University Of Tokyo

    Visualization of Color as Birds See It

    A system that ornithologists can use for looking at 3D models of birds as if through the eyes of other birds, overcoming the limits of the human visual system.

    Jan Beneš, Yale University, Charles University In Prague
    Todd Harvey, Yale University, Cornell University
    Edgar Velázquez-Armendáriz, Cornell University
    Richard O. Prum, Yale University, Yale Peabody Museum

    Dream Board: a Visualization System by Handwriting Recognition

    We propose a visualization system named a dream board that is able to communicate with handwriting recognition in multiple various languages. The contributions are to reduce miscommunication, to learn second language for education, and to provide a platform of digital signage contents.

    Tomomi Hatanaka, Aichi Institute of Technology
    Tomoki Hayashi, Aichi Institute of Technology
    Keita Suzuki, Aichi Institute of Technology
    Hiroaki Sawano, Aichi Institute of Technology
    Takeshi Tsuchiya, Tokyo University of Science
    Keiichi Koyanagi, Waseda University