Physically augmented interaction Laboratory
Methods and devices for human-computer interaction
The shape of computers has changed dramatically as they have made our lives richer and more convenient, going from large general-purpose machines to personal computers to smartphones. In the future, computers will be even more integrated into our lives and will be capable of handling even larger amounts of information. As we travel toward this future, we are studying the relationships people have with computers and information, and seeking to use manufacturing to verify the methods and devices we will need to create new experiences.
|Affiliation||Computer Science and Engineering|
|Faculty Name||MANABE, Hiroyuki|
|Academic Society||Information Processing Society of Japan / The Computer Software Association of Japan(ACM)|
- Information engineering
- Human engineering
- Sensor engineering
- Electronic engineering
For SocietyWe are building new relationships between people and computers to maximize the benefits of an advanced information society and ensure as many people as possible enjoy these benefits.
- Input/output methods and devices for virtual reality and augmented reality
- Creating new experiences using drones
- Research on underlying technology for human augmentation and human capacity enhancement
- Methods that use digital fabrication