ヤェム ヴイボル Yem Vibol

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首都大学東京 Tokyo Metropolitan University (2019年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • Combination of Kinesthetics and Tendons Electrical Stimulation to The Lower Limbs for Generating Virtual Walk Sensation  [in Japanese]

    Kaneko Hirofumi , Yem Vibol , Ikei Yasushi

    <p>We aimed to generate a walking sensation for a person who just sits on a chair. We considered that, such a virtual walking method allows a local person to experience the performances of other …

    Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan 24(2), 143-152, 2019

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  • Vibrotactile Presentation with Wide Frequency Range and Low Energy Using Belt Winding  [in Japanese]

    中村 拓人 , ヤェム ヴィボル , 梶本 裕之

    モバイルデバイスにおける操作や体験では視聴覚によるフィードバックに加えて振動によるフィードバックが用いられている.しかし,一般的に振動提示に用いられている振動子はアクチュエータより大きい筐体全体を駆動する必要があり,小型・省エネルギーが求められるモバイル環境では強い振動刺激を提示することは困難である.そこで我々はフィルム製ベルトをDCモータによって巻き取ることで駆動し,指で触れることで振動提示を行 …

    情報処理学会論文誌 59(5), 1386-1393, 2018-05-15

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  • Pseudo Force Presentation to Multiple Fingers by Asymmetric Rotational Vibration Using a Motor (II):- Quantification of occurring pseudo force sense -  [in Japanese]

    SAKURAGI Rei , YEM Vibol , KAJIMOTO Hiroyuki

    <p>It is known that a pseudo force sense as if pulled in one direction is generated by presenting an asymmetrical vibration stimulus with different acceleration in round trip. In this research, …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2017(0), 1P1-O02, 2017

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  • Efficient vibration presentation using belt winding mechanism for mobile device  [in Japanese]

    NAKAMURA Takuto , Yem Vibol , KAJIMOTO Hiroyuki

    <p>For operation and experience in mobile devices, vibration feedback is used in addition to audio-visual feedback. In general, however, the vibrators need to drive the entire body of the device …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2017(0), 1P1-M05, 2017

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  • "Binary Counter" Hypothesis When Counting Electrical Pulse Stimulation (II)::Comparison with Mechanical Stimulation  [in Japanese]

    YEM Vibol , KAJIMOTO Hiroyuki

    <p>In the process of repeatedly pressing and releasing the skin with a needle, fast adapting receptors (FA) in the skin are activated during both pressing and releasing. With this consideration, …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2017(0), 1P1-M02, 2017

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  • Effect of the Direction of Finger Pad Skin Stretch on Reproduction of Tracing Sensation  [in Japanese]

    Shibahara Mai , Yem Vibol , Sato Katsunari , Kajimoto Hiroyuki

    <p>To reproduce tracing sensation on a surface, it was considered to require a skin-deformation device with at least two degrees of freedom. In contrast to such a conventional design, we hypothe …

    Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan 22(3), 301-304, 2017

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  • Design of an Actuator using DC motor for Vibrotactile Presentation in Low Frequency  [in Japanese]

    YEM Vibol , OKAZAKI Ryuta , KAJIMOTO Hiroyuki

    <p>Similar to Haptuator from Tactile Labs Inc. and Force Reactor from Alps Electric Co., DC motor can produce high fidelity vibration when it is driven by alternative current such as audio input …

    The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomec) 2016(0), 1A2-19b2, 2016

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  • The Effect of Vibration Transmission on the Body and Music Listening Experience by Presenting Vibration to the Collarbone  [in Japanese]

    Okazaki Ryuta , Sakuragi Rei , Yem Vibol , Kajimoto Hiroyuki

    <p>There are numerous proposals of tactile displays that aim to improve music listening experiences. However, these devices commonly have problems, such as the heavy weight and large size of the …

    Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan 21(4), 645-655, 2016

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  • Vibration Presentation using a DC motor  [in Japanese]

    Yem Vibol , Okazaki Ryuta , Kajimoto Hiroyuki

    <p>Several kinds of vibration actuators were developed and widely used for haptic feedback and for simulating tactile experience. However, these actuators have certain design challenges, such as …

    Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan 21(4), 555-564, 2016

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  • Proposal a Method using Outer-Covering Haptic Display for Support Hand Skill Education  [in Japanese]

    YEM Vibol , KUZUOKA Hideaki

    触力覚を用いた技能教育の研究において,従来,アクチュエータで道具を直接駆動することによって,道具を握る学習者の掌側に力を知覚させ,正しい動作に誘導する手法が一般的であった.しかし,道具を強く握っている場合には,道具を介した力が感じにくくなるため,強い力で道具を駆動する必要があり,装置の大型化や危険性の増加につながる.また,道具を動かす力はアクチュエータが補助することになるため,学習者は道具操作の力 …

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 = IEICE technical report : 信学技報 113(372), 7-12, 2013-12-20

  • A Method using Outer-Covering Haptic Display for Tool Skill Education  [in Japanese]

    ヤェム ヴィボル , 葛岡 英明 , 山下 直美 [他]

    日本バーチャルリアリティ学会大会論文集 Proceedings of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, Annual Conference 18, 537-540, 2013-09-18

  • A Study of a Method using Outer-Covering Haptic Display for Tool Skill Education  [in Japanese]

    YEM Vibol , KUZUOKA Hideaki , YAMASHTTA Naomi , OHTA Shoichi , TAKEUCHI Yasuo

    本論文では,喉頭展開における手技を学習者に指導するための,外装型触力覚提示装置(Outer-Covering Haptic Display, OCHD)を用いた誘導手法の効果について述べる.喉頭展開とは,喉頭鏡と呼ばれる器具を用いて患者の口を開き,気道や声門を確保する医療行為の一種である.OCHDは,喉頭鏡を握る手の甲に触力覚を与えることによって,学習者の手に,その動かし方を誘導する力を提示する装 …

    Journal of Biomedical Fuzzy Systems Association 15(2), 11-20, 2013

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  • A Learning Support Method using Visual and Haptic Feedback for Palpation Training  [in Japanese]

    Shibusawa Ryota , Yem Vibol , Kuzuoka Hideaki , Yamashita Jun , Suzuki Naoyoshi

    In Japan, the need to support postgraduate physical assessment training for clinical nurses is increasing. Physical assessment training consists mainly of practical training, the evaluation standard f …

    Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan 16(4), 607-614, 2011

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  • Proposition of Outer-Covering Haptic Display for Tracheal Intubation Education  [in Japanese]

    Yem Vibol , Kuzuoka Hideaki , Yano Hiroaki , Shibusawa Ryota , Yamashita Jun , Ohta Shoichi , Takeuchi Yasuo

    Tracheal Intubation is a medical procedure in which a tube is placed into the trachea, through the mouth, to help breathing. Normally, intubation is facilitated by using a laryngoscope, and this skill …

    Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan 16(4), 597-605, 2011

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