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Application of Zen sitting principles to microscopic surgery seating.
Research on pelvic angle variation when using a pelvic support.
In this research, it was found that the change of inclination of the pelvis can be measured continuously using an angle of inclination sensor.
Analysis of visual and tactile search in industrial inspection
- K. Noro
- 1 July 1984
Abstract A video system was developed to record the actions of inspectors during a visual and tactile inspection task in an automobile line plant. The system consisted of two video cameras and…
Surmised state of accommodation to stereoscopic three-dimensional images with binocular disparity.
3-D image was experimentally generated by the binocular disparity principle, and psychological tests were performed in relation to the state of accommodation to surmise that accommodation works so that the original image position is maintained.
An analysis of the reduction of elasticity on the ageing of human skin and the recovering effect of a facial massage.
A protecting effect of facial treatments and skin care products is suggested by measuring cheeks before and after continual use of facial treatment systems for a month and the metabolism in the skin surface and the muscles of the cheeks were analysed.
The Development and Application of a Robot Type Measuring Device Equipped with a Tactile Function
The potential value of a palpation robot is suggested following the successful realization of the analysis of the stress changes and dynamic properties of human skin through an obiective process.
Robotization and human factors
This work describes the robotic and ergonomic considerations that become necessary when introducing robots into industry. The operating forces and motions of industrial robots are analysed in order…
The change in colour critical flicker fusion (CFF) values and accommodation times during experimental repetitive tasks with CRT display screens.
The results suggest that the decrease in the CFF value of the subject, particularly when the subject sees light directly using a CRT display screen, does not signify the decline in the activity or consciousness level of the brain centre alone.
The development of a dummy head for 3-D audiovisual recording for transmitting telepresence.
In this study, a system for communicating 'presence' was employed to achieve a natural communication, using a 'dummy head for 3-D audiovisual recording' as a dummy head, and how the prototype system, when placed between humans, helps to achieveA natural communication is reported on.
A study on visual characteristics of binocular 3-D images.
A comparative analysis is made of the changes in the accommodation and pupil functions before and after observing binocular 3-D images as the visual distance varies, and it is believed that the visual functions are stabilized at the dark focus.