[Kazumichi Matsumiya] Fundamental Technologies for Visualizing Body-in-Mind Based on Gaze Behavior and Supporting Body Optimization

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Kazumichi Matsumiya

Kazumichi Matsumiya

Tohoku University
Research Institute of Electrical Communication
Associate Professor

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A growth in patients of motor paralysis caused by motor dysfunction and stroke with population aging is one of the most important social problems. A recovery of the body distortion that is felt in mind is the key to overcome these motor dysfunctions. This study focuses on the co-operative actions of gaze and body in humans, and develops a technology to visualize “body-in-mind” through the observation of gaze behavior. Moreover, the present study aims to build an information environment to guide the distorted body-in-mind of patients to the physical body.

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