Interactive Media Design Laboratory
Our vision is to introduce Augmented Reality into the everyday lives of everyone on this planet. Augmented Reality is a technology that enhances human vision with computer generated graphics. In order to achieve our vision, it is imperative to merge three currently distinct research fields into one: Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, and Human-Computer Interaction. The lab is directed by Professor Hirokazu Kato and includes several assistant professors, postdocs, graduate students and visitors.
- 2020/03/09 Kenta Sugiyama wrote a blog post about his stay in Technical University of Munich in Germany.
- 2019/11/30 Assistant Professor Alexander Plopski has moved to The human-computer interaction group at University of Otago. We are thankful for all the knowledge, wisdom and support he brought to our lab, and wish him all the best in a new chapter of his life.
- 2019/11/29 Ryo Akiyama gave an invited talk about “Perceptual Appearance Control by Projection-Induced Illusion” at IDW ’19.
- 2019/06/12 Assistant Professor Alexander Plopski gave an invited talk about "Overcoming Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Display Limitations through Eye Tracking" at Beihang University.
- 2019/06/7-9 Laboratory's study trip took place in Shiga.[blog post]
- 2019/05/24 Naoki Inoue won Student Presentation Award in SCI'19.
- 2019/04/01 Associate Professor Masayuki Kanbara, Assistant Professor Yuichiro Fujimoto, new M2 students, and new M1 students joined our lab.