Shibasaki, a first-year master’s student, was honored with the 26th Excellent Research Presentation Award for “A comparative study on visual analysis of leading lines based on differential topology and eye tracking results,” during the technical exchange session at the Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers Annual Winter Convention 2023.
Media Computing Conference 2023 was held in Toyama, where Soma Yokota recieved the Young Researcher Award 2023. Soma Yokota, Shumpei Sugita, Issei Fujishiro: “Modeling of Opal Using 3D Voronoi Tessellation for Simulating Play of Color,” Young Researcher Award 2023, Media Computing Conference 2023, August 29, 2023.
At the 51th Symposium on Visualization in Japan, Rikuo Uchiki recieved the 34th Visualization Society of Japan Award
The 51th Symposium on Visualization in Japan was held in Otaru, where Rikuo Uchiki recieved the 34th Visualization Society of Japan Award (Technical Award). Rikuo Uchiki, Issei Fujishiro：”Advanced Framework for Learning Astrophysical Knowledge (AFLAK),” The 34th Visualization Society of Japan Award (Technical Award), The 51st Symposium on Visualization in Japan, Read more…
At the 6th Hagura Prize Memorial Lectures, Prof.Fujishiro introduced the naked-eye stereoscopic viewing system, which received the HaguraPrize last November. Mr. Tokunaga (D2) gave an on-site demonstration of the actual system.
Ishitobi (D3), Nishidate and Yokota (M2) were awarded at CGVI190.
The 50th anniversary celebration of the Visualization and Information Society of Japan was held at Kogakuin University, Shinjuku, Tokyo, and Prof. Fujishiro was awarded the Distinguished Service Award. Since 2009, he has served two terms as a vice president, the chairman of the 49th VSJ Symposium, and the 33rd president.
4th undergraduate students, Kodama, Shibasaki, Shinji, and Namai, presented their bachelor thesis researches at the Expressive Japan 2023 forum held on March 6th. Shibasaki received an Excellent Oral Presentation Award and the Polyphony Digital Award, Shinji received an Excellent Oral Presentation Award, and Namai received an Excellent Poster Award and Read more…
The 85th National Convention of the Information Processing Society of Japan was held from March 2nd to 4th, and five bachelor thesis researches were presented by Shinji, Kodama, Namai, Shibasaki, and Yoshida. Shinji, Namai, and Shibasaki received Student Encouragement Awards. Sakura Shinji and Issei Fujishiro: “Motion reconstruction of articulated objects from Read more…
The SAM team project on anamorphosis-based personal naked-eye stereoscopy was awarded the sixth Hagura Award.