Augmented Human 2018でBest Paper受賞

以下の論文がAugmented Human 2018でBest Paper Award を受賞しました。山下君おめでとう!

  • Investigation of Tracer Particles Realizing 3-Dimensional Water Flow Measurement for Augmented Swimming Training, Shogo Yamashita, Shunichi Suwa, Takashi Miyaki, Jun Rekimoto Best Paper Award

暦本研2017オープンハウス資料をお送りします:Rekimoto Lab OpenHouse 2017 Materials


2017/11/23に開催しました暦本研究室オープンハウス #rkmtlab2017 でお渡ししていた資料をご希望の方にお送りします。返送用の角2号封筒に宛先を記入し郵送料として切手250円分を貼ったものを以下までお送りください。

〒113-0033 東京都文京区本郷7-3-1 東京大学情報学環 暦本研究室  [資料希望]


  • Rekimoto Lab Research Archives 2017 (45p, カラー)
  • 業績一覧
  • ヒューマンオーグメンテーション学:序説
  • 暦本研ロゴステッカー
  • NTS出版「オーグメンテッド・ヒューマン」(暦本:編)チラシ

が含まれています。Research Archivesは和英併記です。
※ 国外宛先へ送付ご希望の方: 資料の重量が210g程度なので必要な切手等を添付の上返送用封筒を送付ください。
※ 返信用封筒の不備や送料不足の場合は対応できませんのでご注意ください。

Upon request, we will send you the materials we supplied at Rekimoto Lab OpenHouse 2017. The materials include:

  • Rekimoto Lab Research Archive 2017 Brochure (45 pages, color, written in both Japanese and English)
  • Publication list
  • Human augmentation studies: an introcutsion (Jun Rekimoto, in Japanese)
  • Rekimoto Lab Stickers
  • “Augmeted Human” (ed. Jun Rekimoto) flyer

The Materials weight 210g. Please put appropriate stamps on the return envelope, with your return address, and send it to:

Rekimoto Lab.
Interdisciplinary Initiative in Information Studies,
The University of Tokyo
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo 113-0033 JAPAN

Animal-Computer Interaction 2017

At Animal-Computer Interaction 2017, the following paper will be presented.

Conference: 4th International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction(ACI2017, Nov. 21-23, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom)

  • AquaPrism: Dynamically Changing the Color of Aquatic Animals without Injury by Augmenting Aquarium, Shogo Yamashita, Shunichi Suwa, Takashi Miyaki, Jun Rekimoto Best Paper Award

東京大学大学院学際情報学府・総合分析情報学コース入試説明会(10/21, 11/10)

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場所:本郷キャンパス(〒113-0033 東京都文京区本郷7-3-1)
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場所:本郷キャンパス(〒113-0033 東京都文京区本郷7-3-1)
   ダイワユビキタス学術研究館 2階 204 教室

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◯博士課程 募集人員:8名(夏季.・冬季入試との合計人数)

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Pedro Lopes talk (Oct 3rd 1:00pm)

Pedro Lopes (Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany) will give a lecture at Tokyo University Daiwa Ubiquitous Hall.

Date & Time: Oct 3rd, 2017 13:00- (Doors open around 12:50)
Venue: Ishibashi Hall, Daiwa-Ubiquitous Research Building (3F), The University of Tokyo (direction)

Note: This lecture is a part of Tokyo University
Advanced Lectures in Applied Computer Science XII 東京大学大学院講義:総合分析情報学特論XII (aka Human-Computer Interaction Lectures), but it is open to the public.

Interactive Systems based on Electrical Muscle Stimulation

Abstract: In the past years interfaces got closer and closer to the human body to the point that now, they literally attach to it, such as wearable devices and virtual reality headsets. These provide a very direct and immersive interaction with virtual worlds. But what if, instead, these interfaces were “part of our body”? In this talk I introduce the idea of an interactive system based on electrical muscle stimulation (EMS). EMS is a technique from medical rehabilitation in which a signal generator and electrodes attached to the user’s skin are used to send electrical impulses that involuntarily contract the user’s muscles. While EMS devices have been used to regenerate lost motor functions in rehabilitation medicine since the ’60s, it has only been a few years since researchers started to explore EMS as a means for creating interactive systems. These more recent projects, including six of my projects, explore EMS as a means for teaching users new motor skills, increasing immersion in virtual experiences by simulating impact and walls in VR/AR, communicating with remote users and allowing users to read & write information using eyes-free wearable devices.

Bio: Pedro is a researcher at Prof. Baudisch’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany. Pedro’s work is published at ACM CHI/UIST and demonstrated at venues such as ACM SIGGRAPH and IEEE Haptics. Pedro has received the ACM CHI Best Paper award for his work on Affordance++, several nominations and exhibited at Ars Electronica 2017. His work also captured the interest of media, such as MIT Technology Review, NBC, Discovery Channel, NewScientist or Wired.

(Learn more about Pedro’s work here:

ヒューマンオーグメンテーション学寄付講座サマースクール 「感覚の拡張・変換」




9月21日(木) 13:00-20:00 ソニー本社見学,レクチャー, ディナーイベント
9月22日(金) 10:00-18:00 各グループに別れてアイデア創出・プロトタイピング
9月23日(土) 10:00-20:00 プレゼンテーション・審査,講評会,懇親会



The University of Tokyo Human Augmentation Studies (Sony endowed chair)
Summer School 2017: “Extension and Substitution of Perception”

The University of Tokyo Human Augmentation Studies will hold a 3-day summer school for students from September 21st to 23rd.

This event is consisting of a lecture on latest research trend, and a Hackathon-style workshop where participants actually create perception-enhancing devices. We invite students of various interests with the theme of “Extension and Substitution of perception”.

We are recruiting students those who can exchange with other fields while researching and practicing in the fields of engineering and art, and are able to explore new possibilities of human augmentation science of the future.

The number of participants : 20
Participation fee: Free
Venue: The University of Tokyo Hongo Campus Daiwa Ubiquitous Computing Research Building
Eligibility: University Students
Application deadline: August 25 (Fri)

For detailed information, please refer to the following web page: