[Yoichi Sato] Analyzing Human Attention and Behavior via Collective Visual Sensing for the Creation of Life Innovation


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Yoichi Sato

Yoichi Sato

Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
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The project aims at developing technologies, which we call collective visual sensing (CVS), to understand group attention and activities by analyzing information gathered from multiple wearable devices, such as wearable cameras and eye trackers. In particular, the project will focus on: (1) developing technologies for extracting measurements through the use of collective visual sensing, (2) developing technologies for understanding group activities and intent, and (3) building assistive systems based on developed technologies for various applications such as supporting collaborative work in an operation room and assisting a blind person to navigate in an open and complex environment.

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