Takashi Furuya

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We present an environment that enables non-programmers to quickly author interactive augmented reality projects without writing code or waiting to compile. Major changes to models, animation, behaviors and interactivity can be made while the application is running, and the results immediately seen on a HMD or screen. We do this by combining marker-tracking(More)
Wild-derived mice have long offered invaluable experimental models for mouse genetics because of their high evolutionary divergence from laboratory mice. A number of wild-derived strains are available from the RIKEN BioResource Center (BRC), but they have been maintained as living stocks because of the unavailability of assisted reproductive technology(More)
We propose a method to extract traffic information from videos of road intersections, taken from a low-resolution camera fixed 2 to 7m above ground. First, feature points are detected and tracked with the Kanade-Lucas-Tomasi tracker to obtain trajectories. These trajectories are then segmented into groups corresponding to vehicles so that the vehicle's(More)
SnO 2-Ag composite nanomaterials of mass ratio 1:4, 2:3, 3:2 and 4:1 were fabricated and tested for toxicity to E. coli using the pour-plate technique. The said nanomaterials were mixed with laminating fluid and then coated on glass slides. The intensity of UVA transmitted through the coated glass slides was measured. Results revealed that the 1:4 ratios of(More)
By using optical sampling with repetition frequency modulation of pump/probe laser pulses on photoconductive emitter/detector antennas, the high-speed time/frequency domain gigahertz imaging is reported due to the absence of opto-mechanical delay line in this optical scheme. The clear contrast for a 3-cm wide metal plate, which was placed behind a 5-cm(More)
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