Sho-hei Yano

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Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMIs) are being researched controlling external devices such as robots and computers by measuring the cranial nerve activity of the operator. The brain activities evoked by visual stimuli have been studied intensively. However, few studies have considered a BMI that uses the brain activities evoked by auditory stimuli. This study(More)
image viewing comfort is one of the main problems that should be solved before the mass market proliferation of stereoscopic 3D content services. Recent research suggests that motion-in-depth could play a more important role in generating visual discomfort than lateral motion on vertical and horizontal axes in stereoscopic 3D displays [1,2,3]. However,(More)
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