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JINS MEME — Research Papers

  • Title
    Interfacing with a speller using EOG glasses
    Author
    Nathaniel Barbara, Tracey A. Camilleri
    Journal/Conference
    To be presented at the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC 2016) in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 2016.

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  • Title
    Smart Eyewear for Interaction and Activity Recognition
    Author
    Shoya Ishimaru et al.
    Journal/Conference
    Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems,
    April 18-23, 2015, Seoul, Republic of Korea

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  • Title
    MEME: smart glasses to promote healthy habits for knowledge workers
    Author
    Kai Kunze et al.
    Journal/Conference
    ACM SIGGRAPH 2015 Emerging Technologies, p.1-1, August 09-13, 2015, Los Angeles, California

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  • Title
    How much do you read?: counting the number of words a user reads using electrooculography.
    Author
    Kai Kunze et al.
    Journal/Conference
    In Proceedings of the 6th Augmented Human International Conference (AH '15). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 125-128.

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  • Title
    An eyewear to see"yourself" by detecting movement of eyes and body
    Author
    Shin'ichiro Kanoh et al.
    Journal/Conference
    Publicatoin: Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Eye Movements, (2015), 253. (Journal of Eye Movement Research, (2015), 8(4), 1, 257) Vienna, Austria, 2015.8.21

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  • Title
    Development of an eyewear to measure eye and body movements
    Author
    Shin'ichiro Kanoh et al.
    Journal/Conference
    Publication: Proceedings of the 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC2015), (2015), 2267-2270. Milano, Itary, 2015.8.26

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  • Title
    Development of an eyewear to detect movement of eyes and body
    Author
    Shin'ichiro Kanoh et al.
    Journal/Conference
    Publication: Abstract of the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, 417.14/N48

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JINS MEME AWARD-WINNING STUDIES

About the JINS MEME ACADEMIC AWARDS

The JINS MEME ADADEMIC AWARDS are held in a bid to develop wearables that can greater contribute to society and further advance future applications of JINS MEME. The first JINS MEME ACADEMIC AWARDS were presented to the following recipients.

Toshiya Sakata Associate Professor, Department of Materials Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

THE ACADEMIC AWARDS – Outstanding Research Award

Field: General/Diagnostic medicine / Biosensors

Toshiya Sakata Associate Professor, Department of Materials Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Tear fluid sensing using JINS MEME EOG sensors
Research into tear fluid composition using both JINS MEME and semiconductor-based biosensing technology

  • Noteworthy Research Awards
    Field: Biomedical engineering / Medical and welfare

    Takaaki Arahira Assistant Professor, Bioengineering Section, Department of Dental Engineering, Fukuoka Dental College

    Development of a new fall risk assessment index for fall prevention through a collaborative medical engineering initiative
    Research into a fall risk assessment index using JINS MEME

  • Noteworthy Research Awards
    Field: General / Robots and visual information

    Hiroshi Igarashi Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Tokyo Denki University

    Misdirection by robots in examining where we do not look
    This research, which is designed to create a “natural robot”, develops a system whereby robots can measure and guide themselves to areas that they have not viewed to give visual alerts using JINS MEME.

  • Noteworthy Research Awards
    Field: New Disciplines / Area Studies / Tourism and Evaluation Systems

    Kenji Amagai Professor, Mechanical Science of Technology, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Gunma University

    JINS MEME×Slow Mobility=revitalizing local communities (Leveraging JINS MEME in an local community pilot using a low-emission bus)
    This research project uses JINS MEME to focus on the pleasure and enjoyment people get out of riding slow mobility vehicles (living the slow life) by examining their eye movements and frequency of blinks.

JINS MEME MT

JINS MEME Academic Pack