Areas of expertise:
Embodied Media, Haptics, Virtual Reality, Embodied Informatics and Information Physics
Graduated from the Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics, School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo in 2005. In 2010, received his PhD in Information Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo and joined KMD.
Member of the board of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, the Reality Media Institute of Technology and the Superhuman Sports Society. Research activities include embodied media technology and applications that integrate haptic interfaces, embodied interactions, and 3D vision. Extensive research has been demonstrated in SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies.
At KMD, co-director of the Embodied Media project and the Superhuman Sports (http://superhuman-sports.org) project. Teaches “Embodied Interactions”.