Rie Miyaki

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An early detection of colorectal cancer through colorectal endoscopy is important and widely used in hospitals as a standard medical procedure. During colonoscopy, the lesions of colorectal tumors on the colon surface are visually inspected by a Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) zoom-videoendoscope. By using the visual appearance of colorectal tumors in endoscopic(More)
There are individual differences in color vision. It is difficult for a person with defective cones in the retina to recognize the difference of specific colors. We propose a presentation method of color information by using a projector camera system. The system projects border lines or color names on real object surfaces when they have specific color(More)
BACKGROUND It is important to devise efficient and easy methods of detecting colorectal tumours to reduce mortality from colorectal cancer. Dual-wavelength excitation autofluorescence intensity can be used to visualize colorectal tumours. Therefore, we evaluated dual-wavelength excitation autofluorescence images of colorectal tumours obtained with a newly(More)
Color perception varies from individual to individual. It is difficult for a person with defective cones in the retina to recognize the difference between specific colors. We propose a method for presenting color information by using a projector camera system. The system projects border lines or color names on real object surfaces for specific color(More)
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