Faculty

Masahiko INAMI

Masahiko INAMI

Professor

Biography:
Masahiko INAMI is an professor at KEIO Media Design. He is also directing JST ERATO Igarashi Design Interface Project as a group leader. He received Ph.D. from department of engineering, the University of Tokyo in March, 1999. His research interest is in Interactive Technique, Physical Media, Robotics and Entertainment Technology. He is known as the inventor of Optical Camouflage system. He received Laval Virtual Technopole Mayenne Trophee, TIME Magazine Coolest Inventions2003, IEEE Virtual Reality 2004 Best Paper Award, ICAT 2004 Best Paper Award and more.

Field of Research, Research Interests:
Interactive Technique, Physical Media, Robotics, Entertainment Technology

Academic Affiliations
Professor, Graduate School of Media Design Keio University
Group Leader, JST ERATO Igarashi Design Interface Project

Major Publications
K. Tanaka, J. Hayashi, M. INAMI and S. Tachi, TWISTER: An immersive autostereoscopic display, Proceedings of IEEE Virtual Reality 2004, pp.59-66, 2004.3
Maki Sugimito, Georges Kagotani, Hideaki Nii, Naoji Shiroma, Masahiko Inami, Fumitoshi Matsuno, Time Follower's Vision: A Tele-Operation Interface with Past Images, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications,Vol.25, No.1, 2005
Minoru Kojima, Maki Sugimoto, Akihiro Nakamura, Masahiro Tomita, Masahiko Inami, Hideaki Nii, Augmented Coliseum: An Augmented Game Environment with Small Vehicles, Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems - TABLETOP , pp. 3-8, 2006
Maki Sugimoto, Kazuki Kodama, Akihiro Nakamura, Minoru Kojima, Masahiko Inami, A Display-Based Tracking System: Display-Based Computing for Measurement Systems, International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence - ICAT , pp. 31-38, 2007
Yuki Hashimoto, Masahiko Inami, Hiroyuki Kajimoto, Straw-Like User Interface (II): A New Method of Presenting Auditory Sensations for a More Natural Experience, Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems , pp. 484-493, 2008

Link,etc.
http://inamilab.kmd.keio.ac.jp/