[Kenji Suzuki] Social Imaging: Technologies for Supporting Creative Activities and Facilitating Social Interaction


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Kenji Suzuki

Kenji Suzuki

Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba
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We aim to establish social imaging technology for measurement, analysis and modeling of social interaction among people. By applying wearable and mixed reality technologies, we will create an interactive environment entitled future gymnasium, where we can support creative activities and facilitate social interaction for children with autism and other developmental disorders. While conducting fundamental research and feasibility studies of children’s development in collaboration with schools for children with special needs and non-profit organizations, we pursue the challenge to explore a new area of human informatics and the science of personal and emotional experiences.

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  • CREST
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  • ERATO
  • ACCEL
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  • Promoting Globalization on Strategic Basic Research Programs
  • ALCA
  • RISTEX
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  • s_innov
  • Development of Advanced Measurement and Analysis Systemsicon
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