食べられる再帰性反射材の提案と試作  [in Japanese] Proposal of Edible Retroreflector and Its Prototype  [in Japanese]

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<p>Retroreflectors can reflect incident light to the light source, and they are often used as the optical marker for machine vision. Most of the conventional retroreflectors are made from glass or plastic, and they are not edible. Thus, it is difficult to apply them to foods or inner wall of digestive organs. This paper proposes edible retroreflector made from foodstuffs. A recipe of the edible retroreflector using <i>kanten</i>, which is traditional Japanese cooking ingredient to form a transparent jelly, is described. A prototype made from <i>kanten</i> showed retroreflective function from reflectance measurement experiment. Dynamic projection mapping on a Swiss roll was successfully demonstrated using the prototype as an optical marker.</p>

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  • Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan

    Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan 22(4), 535-543, 2017

    THE VIRTUAL REALITY SOCIETY OF JAPAN

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