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Toyohashi University of Technology,
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
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We aim to understand how we perceive the world and ourselves, and behave in the natural environment scientifically with psychophysical and physiological methods. Human beings are supposed to be mobile observers, who walk around the natural environment with moving eyes and head to explore the world. Our research direction is based on this notion: human as a mobile observer, thus our main research topics are perception of self-motion, human-body recognition, perception-action interaction, and visual cognition during driving a car.

Head of the Visual Psychophysics Laboratory is Associate Professor Michiteru Kitazaki belonging to Department of Computer Science and Engineering. A post-doc researcher, a PhD candidate, and approximately 8 graduate students (master course) are working in the laboratory.

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Provided by // Michiteru Kitazaki, Ph.D.
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology
Tempaku-cho, Toyohashi 441-8580, Japan.


Information of laboratory introduction is in the page access limited to TUT domain (Only in Japanese)。