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Papers Program

20 papers/technotes accepted out of 44 submissions.

Time allowed per presentation submitted as "paper" is 18 min.,
consisting of 15 min. talk and 3 min. questions/answers.
Time allowed per presentation submitted as "technical note" is 12 min.,
consisting of 9 min. talk and 3 min. questions/answers.

Virtual Experience

-- March 19th Saturday, 11:00-12:30

  1. Workplace Collaboration in a 3D Virtual Office
    - Geetika Sharma, Gautam Shroff, Prasun Dewan
  2. Use of Interactive Virtual Prototypes to define product design specifications: a pilot study on consumer products
    - Monica Bordegoni, Francesco Ferrise , Joseba Lizaranzu
  3. Virtual Reality for Visualisation of Complex Macrostructure
    - Abdul-Hadi G. Abulrub, Jagadeesha Kumar, Alex Attridge, Kajal K. Mallick, Mark A. Williams
  4. Using VR to assess the impact of seemingly life like and intelligent architecture on people's ability to follow instructions from a teacher
    - Mohamad Nadim Adi, David Roberts
  5. A Simplified Vibrotactile Navigation System for Sightseeing
    - Yuji Tamiya, Takuya Nojima
  6. A Low Cost Simulator to Practice Ultrasound Image Interpretation and Probe Manipulation: Design and first Evaluation
    - Stephane Nicolau, Anant Vemuri, H.S. Wu, Min-Ho Huang, Yolin Ho, Arnaud Charnoz, Alexandre Hostettler, Clement Forest, Luc Soler, Jacques Marescaux

Constructing VR

-- March 19th Saturday, 13:30-15:00

  1. Dynamic Adaptation of Broad Phase Collision Detection Algorithms
    - Quentin Avril, Valérie Gouranton, Bruno Arnaldi
  2. RePro3D: Full-parallax 3D Display with Haptic Feedback using Retro-reflective Projection Technology
    - Takumi Yoshida, Keitaro Shimizu, Tadatoshi Kurogi, Sho Kamuro, Kouta Minamizawa, Hideaki Nii, Susumu Tachi
  3. Simulated Hornet Attack on Crowd in a Virtual Environment
    - Dhanushika Kumarage, Prasad Wimalaratne, Romesh Ranawana
  4. Super Thin 3D Form Display for Multimodal User Experiences using Vertically Deformation of Leaf Spring and SMA
    - Yusuke Nakagawa, Shogo Yonekura, Yoichiro Kawaguchi
  5. Localized Scent Presentation to a Walking Person by Using Scent Projectors
    - Koji Murai, Takafumi Serizawa, Yasuyuki Yanagida
  6. Transmission of Existence by Retro-reflective Projection Technology Using Hand-held Projector
    - Keisuke Takeshita, Kouichi Watanabe, Takumi Yoshida, Kouta Minamizawa, Susumu Tachi

Connecting Real and Virtual

-- March 19th Saturday, 15:15-16:45

  1. Empirical Evaluation of Augmented Information Presentation on Small Form Factors - Navigation Assistant Scenario
    - Subhashini Ganapathy, Glen J. Anderson, Igor V. Kozintsev
  2. Virtual Roommates in Multiple Shared Spaces
    - Andrei Sherstyuk, Marina Gavrilova
  3. Interactive Generation of Virtual Environments Using MUAVs
    - Sven Strothoff, Dirk Feldmann, Frank Steinicke,Tom Vierjahn, Sina Mostafawy
  4. Effects of Hand Feedback Fidelity on Near Space Pointing Performance and User Acceptance
    - Andreas Pusch, Olivier Martin, Sabine Coquillart
  5. Painterly Rendering with Coherence for Augmented Reality
    - Jiajian Chen, Greg Turk, Blair MacIntyre

EmBodying VR

-- March 20th Sunday, 17:00-18:00

  1. Verification of out of body sensations, attribution and localization by interaction with oneself
    - Kouichi Watanabe, Susumu Tachi
  2. Vision-based Cutaneous Sensor to Measure both Tactile and Thermal Information for Telexistence
    - Katsunari Sato, Hiroyuki Shinoda, Susumu Tachi
  3. Mechanism of Pressure Sensation Generated by Hot Steam
    - Takuya Kai, Yuichiro Kojima, Yuki Hashimoto, Hiroyuki Kajimoto

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