A paper on a house dance design system authored by R. Oji (ME, March 2023) was published in the Journal of the Society for Art and Science. Ryo Oji, Issei Fujishiro: “A house dance design system based on constructive choreographic process,” Journal of the Society for Art and Science, Vol. Read more…
Prof. Fujishiro has been appointed as an editorial board member of The Visual Computer, a journal published by Springer Verlag in Germany. The journal is ranked 4th in the field of computer graphics in the Google Scholar Index. .
A paper on a SAM system called DVF authored by J. Hoshikawa (ME, March 2023) was published in the Journal of the Society for Art and Science. Jun Hoshikawa, Issei Fujishiro: “DVF: Semiautomatic reproduction of perceptual images of virtual scenes considering individual differences in scale,” Journal of the Society for Read more…
Prof. Fujishiro co-organized the 6th International Workshop on Big Data Visual Analysis and Exploration (BigVis 2023) in Ioannina, Greece, with George Papastefanatos, Nikos Bikakis, Steffen Frey, and Shixia Liu. In the workshop, he presented a vision paper titled “Clustering, universalities, and evolutionary schema design.” See more here.
A paper on CC-Glasses, a color communication AR environment for CVD patients was presented at AHs 2023 (Augmented Humans Conference 2023) held in Glasgow, GB. See more here. This is the latest result from the Computational Ophthalmology Project with the University of Yamanashi.
A paper on visual simulation of opal and efficient many-light global illumination were published in the latest issue of the IIEEJ Journal.
A paper on visual simulation of opal uthored by S. Yokota and a paper on efficient many-light global illumination authored by S. Sugita were published in the latest issue (Vol. 52, No. 4) of the IIEEJ Journal. See more details here.
A pre-proof version of a paper on muti-dimensional time-series subsequence clustering of a Blazar visual analytics system TimeTubesX was published in the Astronomy & Computing Journal. See more details here.
A paper on individualized actual torso for draping as a result of the collaborative project with Wayo Women’s University was published in the latest issue (Vol. 51, No. 4) of the IIEEJ Journal. See more details here.
The SAM team project on anamorphosis-based personal naked-eye stereoscopy was nominated for the sixth Hagura Award. Individual awards will be presented at the awards ceremony on November 18th.
A paper on Jacobian-free deformation authored by S. Kira (ME, March 2022) was published in the Journal of the Society for Art Science. Shunsuke Kira, Masanori Nakayama, Issei Fujishiro: “Jacobian-free deformation of genus-0 surfaces,” Journal of the Society for Art Science, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 146-156, September 30, 2022. Read more…