Author: junis

Our full papers have been conditionally accepted for ACM SIGCHI 2019, which will be held in Glasgow, UK. See you in Glasgow! Jun Nishida, Soichiro Matsuda, Mika Oki, Hikaru Takatori, Kosuke Sato and Kenji Suzuki. 2019. Egocentric Small-person Experience by Changing a Visual Perspective. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '19). ACM, New York, NY, USA,

I will join Pedro Lopes’s newly established lab as a Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Chicago from April, 2019, with the support of JSPS Fellowship. My research topic would focus on designing interactions and experiences in which all people can share their physical and cognitive capabilities for working together by means of wearable cybernic devices, and on bridging a gap between HCI research,

Invited exhibition at Open Innovation 2018 held by the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications on Oct. 24th, 2018. The former Minster of Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications joined my demo booth.

Demonstrated Wired Muscle: Generating Faster Kinesthetic Reaction by Inter-Personally Connecting Muscles at Open House of Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. held on Oct. 23 & 24, 2018 Collaborator: Dr.Shunichi Kasahara from SonyCSL

Attended ACM UIST 2018 held in Berlin & Potsdam in Germany, during Oct. 14-17. Jun Nishida and Kenji Suzuki, "Wearable Kinesthetic I/O Device for Sharing Muscle Compliance", ACM UIST Poster, Germany, Oct. 14-17, 2018 (PDF) Collaborator: Dr.Shunichi Kasahara from SonyCSL