Takayuki Hoshi

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T. Hoshi

Room 418, 21th Bldg., Gokiso-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken, Japan
ZIP code: 466-8555
TEL/FAX: +81-52-735-7446
E-mail: star(at)nitech.ac.jp

Ph.D. (Information Science and Technology)
  • The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
    Department of Information Physics and Computing, Shinoda Lab. (Apr. 2003 - Mar. 2009)
  • Kumamoto University, Graduate School of Science and Technology,
    Department of Intelligent Mechanical Systems, Torigoe Lab. (Apr. 2009 - Mar. 2011)
  • Nagoya Institute of Technology,
    the Center for Fostering Young and Innovative Researchers (Apr. 2011 - )


  • Member of SICE, RSJ, VRSJ


    Brief History

    Mar.2003 : B.E. received from Dept. of Mathematical Engineering & Information Physics, Faculty of Engineering, the University of Tokyo
    Mar.2005 : M.E. received from Dept. of Information Physics & Computing, Graduate School of Information Science & Technology, the University of Tokyo
    Apr.2007 : Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (- Mar. 2009)
    Mar.2008 : Ph.D. received from Dept. of Information Physics & Computing, Graduate School of Information Science & Technology, the University of Tokyo
    Apr.2009 : Assistant Professor of Dept. of Intelligent Mechanical Systems, Graduate School of Science & Technology, Kumamoto University
    Apr.2011 : Assistant Professor of the Center for Fostering Young & Innovative Researchers, Nagoya Institute of Technology


    Research


    Publication

    Full paper

    1. Takayuki HOSHI, Masafumi TAKAHASHI, Takayuki IWAMOTO, and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Noncontact Tactile Display Based on Radiation Pressure of Airborne Ultrasound,
      IEEE Transactions on Haptics, vol. 3 no. 3, pp. 155-165, 2010. [IEEE Computer Society Digital Library]

    Conference

    1. Takayuki HOSHI: Midair Input-Output Interface Consisting of Depth Camera and Noncontact Tactile Display,
      Proc. SICE Annual Conference 2011, sumbitted, Waseda (Tokyo), 13-18 Sep., 2011.
    2. Takayuki HOSHI: Development of Aerial-Input and Aerial-Tactile-Feedback System,
      Proc. 4th Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (World Haptics 2011), accepted, Istanbul (Turkey), 22-24 Jun., 2011. [Poster]
    3. Takayuki HOSHI, Yuta NISHIYAMA, and Ippei TORIGOE: Observations of Airflow Arising from Airborne Ultrasound Tactile Display,
      Proc. SICE Annual Conference 2010, pp. 384-385, Taipei (Taiwan), 18-21 Aug., 2010.
    4. Takayuki HOSHI, Daisu ABE, and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Adding Tactile Reaction to Hologram,
      Proc. 18th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RO-MAN 2009), pp. 7-11, Toyama (Japan), 27 Sep. - 2 Oct., 2009.
    5. Takayuki HOSHI, Masafumi TAKAHASHI, Kei NAKATSUMA, and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Touchable Holography,
      Proc. SIGGRAPH 2009, Emerging Technologies, article no. 23, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA), 3-7 Aug., 2009.
    6. Takayuki HOSHI, Takayuki IWAMOTO, and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Non-contact Tactile Sensation Synthesized by Ultrasound Transducers,
      Proc. 3rd Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (World Haptics 2009), pp. 256-260, Salt Lake City, Utah (USA), 18-20 Mar., 2009. [Poster]
    7. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: 3D Shape Measuring Sheet Utilizing Gravitational and Geomagnetic Fields,
      Proc. SICE Annual Conference 2008, pp. 915-920, Tokyo (Japan), 20-22 Aug., 2008.
    8. Takayuki IWAMOTO, Mari TATEZONO, Takayuki HOSHI, and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Airborne Ultrasound Tactile Display,
      Proc. SIGGRAPH 2008, New Tech Demos, article no. 1, Los Angeles, California (USA), 11-15 Aug., 2008.
    9. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Three-Dimensional Shape Capture Sheet Using Distributed Six-Axis Sensors,
      Proc. 5th International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems (INSS 2008), pp. 156-161, Kanazawa (Japan), 17-19 Jun., 2008.
    10. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: 3D Shape Capture Sheet Based on Gravity and Geomagnetic Sensing,
      Proc. IEEJ 24th Sensor Symposium, pp. 423-427, Funabori (Japan), 16-17 Oct., 2007.
    11. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Gravity-Based 3D Shape Measuring Sheet,
      Proc. SICE Annual Conference 2007, pp. 2126-2131, Takamatsu (Japan), 17-20 Sep., 2007. [SICE Annual Conference International Award (2/584) / 20 Sep. 2007]
    12. Takayuki HOSHI, Sayo OZAKI, and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Three-Dimensional Shape Capture Sheet Using Distributed Triaxial Accelerometers,
      Proc. 4th International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems (INSS 2007), pp. 207-212, Braunschweig (Germany), 6-8 Jun., 2007.
    13. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Free-Form Tactile Sensor Using 3-Dimensional Shape Capture Sheet,
      Proc. 2nd Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (World Haptics 2007), pp. 403-408, Tsukuba (Japan), 22-24 Mar., 2007. [Poster]
    14. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: A Large Area Robot Skin Based on Cell-Bridge System,
      Proc. 5th IEEE Conference on Sensors (IEEE SENSORS 2006), pp. 827-830, Daegu (Korea), 22-25 Oct., 2006.
    15. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Linking Nonlinear Tactile Elements by Cell-Bridge System,
      Proc. IEEJ 23rd Sensor Symposium, pp. 274-278, Takamatsu (Japan), 5-6 Oct., 2006. [Poster]
    16. Takayuki HOSHI, Akimasa OKADA, Yasutoshi MAKINO, and Hiroyuki SHINODA: A Whole Body Artificial Skin Based on Cell-Bridge Networking System,
      Proc. 3rd International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems (INSS 2006), pp. 55-60, Rosemont, Illinois (USA), 31 May - 2 Jun., 2006.
    17. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Robot Skin Based on Touch-Area-Sensitive Tactile Element,
      Proc. 2006 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2006), pp. 3463-3468, Orlando, Florida (USA), 15-19 May, 2006.
    18. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: A Sensitive Skin Based on Touch-Area-Evaluating Tactile Elements,
      Proc. Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (Haptics Symposium 2006), pp. 89-94, Alexandria, Virginia (USA), 25-26 Mar., 2006.
    19. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: A Tactile Sensing Element for a Whole Body Robot Skin,
      Proc. 36th International Symposium on Robotics (ISR 2005), TU412, Tokyo (Japan), 29 Nov. - 1 Dec., 2005.
    20. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: A Tactile Element Based on Nonlinear Elasticity to Sense Contact Area,
      Proc. IEEJ 22nd Sensor Symposium, pp.375-379, Tokyo (Japan), 20-21 Oct., 2005.
    21. Takayuki HOSHI and Hiroyuki SHINODA: Tactile Sensing Using Nonlinear Elasticity,
      Proc. SICE Annual Conference 2005, pp. 2978-2981, Okayama (Japan), 8-10 Aug., 2005.

    Demontration

    1. Kevin C. Kahn: Crossing the Chasm between Humans and Machines / Haptic Rendering with Ultrasound Phased Array (Invited Demonstrator: Takayuki HOSHI),
      Intel Developer Forum Taiwan 2008 (IDF Taiwan 2008), Research and Development Keynote, Taipei (Taiwan), 20-21 Oct., 2008. [Webcast (26:07 - 29:37)]

    Article

    1. Il rend les hologrammes palpables, Science & Vie Junior (a science magazine for teenagers in France), no. 245, p. 51, Feb., 2010.
    2. Getting Creative / Getting all touchy-feely, VISION magazine (published by an educational charity based in the UK), issue 10, p. 22, Jan.-Jun., 2010.
    3. Techno-LOG, Galileo Magazine (a Hebrew-language popular science magazine publised in Israel), no. 134, p. 62-63, Oct., 2009.
    4. David Colker: A peek into the future / Touchable holograms, Brand X (Los Angeles Times), vol. 1, no. 26, pp. 14-16, 30 Sep., 2009.
    5. Chris Meyers: Japan scientists create 3-D images you can touch, Reuters, 16 Sep., 2009. [NTDTV on YouTube]
    6. Touchable holography becomes a reality, AFP-Relaxnews (an internatinal leisure newswire based in France), 16 Aug., 2009.
    7. Jean Paul Keulen: Geluidgolven Maken Games Tastbaar, KIJK (a science magazine in Netherlands), p. 10, Nov., 2008.
    8. Technology / Ultrasound to Give Feel to Games, BBC News, 2 Sep., 2008.


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