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. He also serves as IEEE Technical Committee on Haptics Vice Chair in Conference, Executive Direcor of the Superhuman Sports Society, Board member of the CiP consortium, Technical Advisor at Telexistence Inc. Research activities include development and deployment of embodied media technology and applications that transfer, enhance, and create the bodily experiences with haptic technologies, as well as Haptic Design and Sports Co-creation.
At KMD, co-director of the Embodied Media project and the Superhuman Sports project, and teaches “Embodied Interactions”.