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In air travel service based on behavioural and emotional measurements

Wokshop : Developments of VR/AR cognitive training

In air travel service based on behavioural and emotional measurements

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Dr. Sato Hiroshi

Dr. Hiroshi Sato obtained his BEng in Department of Architecture and PhD from Graduate School of Engineering, both in Tohoku University, Japan. He also worked as Research Associate and then Lecturer in Department of Architecture, Tohoku University, and also Visiting Scientist in National Research Council, Canada. Then, he joined National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in 2004. He has started to direct Human Informatics Research Institute in AIST since 2018. His major is human factors especially hearing and acoustics for communications. He is serving as a leader of International Standards committees for multimedia, human factors and acoustics. He also worked for 3D sound localization to help persons with visual impairment. He is currently leading the National Project for Development of supporting and training technology for cognitive interaction in service fields, where includes airline services. This project should employ number of technologies such as Behavior and Emotion analysis as data sources, Artificial Intelligence as data processing and Virtual Reality as data presentation for training. The project stands to train airline staffs to improve their skills, provide as many opportunities for training as possible to reduce load of trainers and improve customer satisfaction with current technologies.

Dr. Ujike Hiroyasu

Dr. Hiroyasu Ujike obtained his BEng in Mechanical Physics Engineering and DrEng in Visual Psychophysics from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. He also worked as Post Doc on parallactic depth perception with Professor Hiroshi Ono in York University, Canada. These are his starting of researches on vision sciences especially on visual motion and space perception. After he joined National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), he got involved also in works of standardizations. Major part of the standardizations related with his research interests is on “Image Safety”, a concept that has as its purpose the protection of viewers from unwanted effects, particularly those caused by moving images on or by electronic displays. In recent years, he has been investigating visual fatigue caused by stereoscopic 3D images (3D visual fatigue) and visually induced motion sickness (VIMS), and is also working on undesirable biomedical effects during and after experiencing XR systems using Head Mounted Displays (HMDs). For the works of International Standards, he was project leader of two ISO standards on 3D visual fatigue and VIMS, which was published, and is also that of other ISO work items to be published as International Standards and Technical Report.
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