IEEEIEEE Consumer Electronics Society2016 IEEE 5th Global Conference on Consumer Electronics

GCCE 2016 | Mielparque Kyoto, Japan | OCT. 11-14 2016

Organized Sessions

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AIE Artificial Intelligence and Embedded Systems [new]
AIR Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
STA Sensing Technologies and Applications for Consumer Services
ETH New Apparatus & Systems for Energy Technologies in Home Appliances & CE
HPL Health Monitoring, Personalized Biomedical & Life Support Technologies
PSH Large Scale Signal Processing in Smart House
Mobility /
ESD Advanced Embedded Systems Development & Electronics Design
ITS Intelligent Transport Systems
MVD Microelectronics & VLSI Design
WCD Wearable Consumer Devices
Audio /
AAT Recent Audio & Acoustic Technology
VHS Virtual Reality & Monitoring for Health and Safety [new]
Entertainment / Education ELT e-Learning Technologies & Their Applications
GAM Game Amusement
Network /
ACE Formal Approach to Consumer Electronics
CBS Recent Advancements in Cyber Security
CNW Systems & Applications for Consumer Networks
CPS Smart Cyber-Physical Systems & Open Data
ICE Internet of Things and Application to Consumer Electronics [new]
IOT Consumer Centric Internet of Things & Mobile Edge Computing (CC-IoT MEC)
ONS Opportunistic Network & Security Issues [new]

OS-AAT: Recent Audio & Acoustic Technology

Chair: Kazuhiko Kawahara, JP (Kyushu University)
Co-Chairs: Kazuma Hoshi, JP (Nihon University)
Atsushi Marui, JP (Tokyo University of the Arts)
Keywords: Measurement & Instrumentation of Audio Devices, Including Transducers
Audio Signal Processing
Spatial Audio
Room Acoustics
Perception & Evaluation of Audio Applications
Abstract: Nowadays, digital audio products seem to become full growth in consumer electronics. Novel and advanced technologies are required for the enrichment of our new audio and acoustic experiences. Moreover, revisiting contemporary audio engineering is also required to design new audio devices and products. This organized session aims at discussing recent research results in technique and application of audio engineering, such as audio digital processing, spatial audio, room acoustics, entertainment, and perception and evaluation of such applications, and so forth.

OS-ACE: Formal Approach to Consumer Electronics

Chair: Ichiro Toyoshima, JP (Toshiba)
Co-Chairs: Shingo Yamaguchi, JP (Yamaguchi University)
Daisuke Ishii, JP (Fukui University)
Keywords: Formal Specification & Modeling
Model-based Development
Formal Verification
Application to Real-time, Hybrid & Dependable Systems
Formal Methods for Safety, Security, and Reliability
Abstract: Establishing the reliability of networked consumer electronic products is important. The use of formal/mathematical methods is known as a promising approach in designing reliable consumer electronic products. The organized session aims at stimulating research on formal/mathematical approach to consumer electronics and its applications. The major topics include: formal specification and modeling; model-based development; formal verification; application to real-time, hybrid and dependable systems; formal methods for safety, security, and reliability; computer tools; and applications. The session organizers also welcome authors to submit reports on formal approaches to larger systems such as AGVs and smart elevators.

OS-AIE: Artificial Intelligence and Embedded Systems

Chair: Thinagaran Perumal, MY (Universiti Putra Malaysia)
Co-Chair: Chui Yew Leong, MY (Catrino)
Keywords: Embedded Systems
  • Embedded system architectures
  • System/Network-on-Chip
  • Reconfigurable Computing
  • Application Specific Processors and Embedded Devices
  • Hardware/ Software co-design
  • Real-Time Systems
  • Embedded Operating Systems
  • Embedded System Software and Optimization
  • Bio-Inspired Computing for Embedded Systems
  • Others and Emerging New Topics
Artificial Intelligence
  • AI and Computational Intelligence for Embedded Systems
  • AI in Consumer Electronics and Service Science
  • Robotics and Automation
  • Consumer Applications of AI
  • Data Mining
  • Wearable Intelligence
  • Machine Learning and Translation
  • Fuzzy Systems and Neural Networks
  • Evolutionary Computing
  • Cognitive Modeling & Semantic Web
  • Computational Game Theory
  • Others and Emerging New Topics
Abstract: In consumer electronics, the demand for AI and Embedded Systems are rapidly increasing. The hybrid influences as well as implementation of AI techniques in embedded systems are seen as trend setter in shaping the consumer electronics paradigm. In this session, advanced AI and Embedded System technology for consumer and personal application will be encouraged to be submitted.

OS-AIR: Artificial Intelligence & Robotics

Chair: Shohei Kato, JP (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
Co-Chairs: Takahiro Uchiya, JP (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
Atsuko Mutoh, JP (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
Ryota Nishimura, JP (Keio University)
Keywords: AI, Computational Intelligence & Intelligent Informatics
  • Automated Reasoning & Reasoning under Uncertainty
  • Search, SAT & CSP
  • Knowledge Representation & Knowledge Management Systems
  • Machine Learning & Data Mining
  • Evolutionary computing, Bayesian & Neural Networks
  • Decision/Utility Theory, Decision Optimization & Decision Support Systems
  • Fuzzy Systems, Genetic Programming & Soft Computing
  • Cognitive Modeling & Semantic Web
AI in Consumer Electronics & Service Science
  • Service Oriented Computing & Applications
  • Big Data, Cloud Computing & Data-Intensive Applications
  • Web search & Information Retrieval
  • Simulation & AI/Expert systems in Service Management
  • Integration Systems for Healthcare, Assistive Technology & Real Life Applications
Applied Intelligent Systems & Domain Specific Applications
  • Robotics, Computer Vision & Games
  • Natural Language Processing & Understanding
  • Bio‐informatics, Computational Biology, Medicine & Biomedical Applications
  • WWW, Communication, Social Networking & Recommender Systems
  • Games, E-Commerce, & Financial Applications
Agent-Based Approach & Multi-Agent Systems
  • Computational Game Theory
  • Agent-Based Modeling & Simulation
  • Agent-Based Scheduling, Planning, & Optimization
  • Artificial Life & Artificial Societies
  • Emergent Behavior
  • Negotiation, Auctions & Mechanism Design
  • Distributed Problem Solving
  • Service Oriented Computing
  • Ubiquitous Computing & Ambient Intelligence
Robotics & Automation
  • Automation Technologies for ITS & Smart Cities
  • Applications of Social Robots in Entertainment, Service Robotics & Others
  • Brain Machine Interface
  • Humanoid Robots, Domestic Robots, Personal Robots & Service Robots
  • Human-Centered Automation
  • Rehabilitation Robotics & Assistive Robotics
  • Robots in Education, Therapy & Rehabilitation
  • Simultaneous Localization & Mapping
  • Swarm Intelligence & Stigmergic Behavior
  • Swarm Robotics
Human-Robot/Agent Interaction
  • Non‐verbal Cues & Expressiveness in Interactions: gesture, posture & facial expressions
  • Monitoring of Behavior & Internal States of Human Subjects
  • Detecting & Understanding Human activity
  • Social intelligence & Social Presence for robots & virtual humans
  • Creating Relationships with Robots & Humanoids
  • Personalities for Robotic or Virtual characters
  • Embodiment, Empathy & Intersubjectivity in Interaction with Robotic & Virtual characters
  • Intelligence, Motivations & Emotions in Robots
  • Conversational Informatics in Human-Robot/Agent Interaction
  • Multimodal Interaction & Conversational Skills
Abstract: Advances in AI and robotics research provide a lot of benefits to consumer electronics and service science. For example, reasoning under uncertainty, machine learning, data mining, multi agent systems, and human-robot/agent interaction may be key technology for sophisticated service oriented computing and brilliant applications for consumer electronics. In this session, every advanced AI and/or robotics technology, especially the aboves research topics on practical AI and robotics applications are encouraged.

OS-CBS: Recent Advancements in Cyber Security

Chair: B. B. Gupta, IN (National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra)
Co-Chairs: Miro Lehtonen, TH (Kasetsart University)
Shingo Yamaguchi, JP (Yamaguchi University)
Keywords: Information Security
Cyber Security & Forensics
Cloud Computing Security
Mobile & Web Security
Security, Trust & Privacy Measurement
Abstract: Cyber security is an increasingly important requirement for global business and modern society as day to day operations are significantly hindered when the Internet is "down". Therefore, the challenge is to understand cyber risk and development of an effective cyber security system as technology continues to rapidly evolve and our systems become ever more complex. Trustworthiness and security of the Internet not only benefits on-line businesses, but it is also an issue for national safety. The objective of this organized session is to provide a premier international platform to attract participants to discuss and present the most recent challenges and developments for knowledge enhancement in the area of cyber security and its best practices for the real world. This organized session will be very beneficial for the participants to present their innovative ideas and to interact with some pioneers researchers in cyber security research domain.

OS-CNW: Systems & Applications for Consumer Networks

Chair: Akihito Hiromori, JP (Osaka University)
Co-Chairs: Masayuki Hiromoto, JP (Kyoto University)
Hideyuki Takahashi, JP (Tohoku University)
Keywords: Protocol & Middleware for Consumer Networks
IoT/M2M Communications and systems for Consumer Networks
Social Networks & their Applications for Consumer Networks
Novel Applications for Consumer Networks
Smart Home & Smart City
Empirical Research for Consumer Networks
Abstract: Networking Technologies have a couple of advantages for Consumer Electronics (CE) devices. Various devices have computing and communication functions, and communicate with each other. Networks for CE are also emerging rapidly. However, such networks suffer from incompatibility. Integrated architecture, protocol and middleware for consumer networks are required for advanced systems and applications for CE. Such systems and applications include digital healthcare, home security, life-support, social network service, home appliance control from mobile devices and so on. The purpose of this organized session is to provide a forum for researchers and engineers to present research results in this area.

OS-CPS: Smart Cyber-Physical Systems and Open Data

Chair: Shigeaki Tanimoto, JP (Chiba Institute of Technology)
Co-Chairs: Toru Kobayashi, JP (Nagasaki University)
Atsushi Kanai, JP (Hosei University)
Xiaodong Lu, JP (Electronic Navigation Research Institute)
Keywords: Network-connected Consumer Applications (including IOT)
Cloud Cooperation Computing
Cloud Cooperation Security/Management
Smart TV Computing
Drone/Robot Computing using Cloud Computing
Open Data
Abstract: With the spread of the Internet and cloud computing, heterogeneous devices (Smart phone, Smart TV, many kinds of Sensors, surveillance camera, drone, robot and other kind of consumer electronics) have been connected to the Internet and cloud services. Therefore, the importance of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Open Data will continue to grow with the increasing pervasiveness of ICT and the development of the Internet of Things (IoT). In this organized session, all technical issues about network-connected consumer applications (including IoT), cloud cooperation computing, cloud cooperation management, smart TV computing and drone/robot computing by using cloud will be encouraged to be submitted. Wide range of technologies and applications based on cloud computing related to consumer devices will be welcomed.

OS-ESD: Advanced Embedded Systems Development & Electronics Design

Chair: Yoshihiro Saito, JP (Sharp)
Keywords: Hardware Development
Software Development
Embedded OS
Enclosure Design
Debugging Technologies
Design Automation
Manufacturing & Test
Other Technologies
Abstract: The aim of this session is to bring together researchers and practitioners from the industry and academia and provide them with a platform to report on recent advances and developments in the newly emerging areas of embedded development and electronics design, as well as actual and potential applications to consumer electronics. Topics of interest include, but by no means are limited to Advanced hardware development for CE, Advanced software development for CE, Embedded OS / Realtime OS, Enclosure design, Debugging technologies for embedded system, Electronics design automation, Manufacturing & Test for embedded system.

OS-ELT: e-Learning Technologies and Their Applications

Chair: Shingo Yamaguchi, JP (Yamaguchi University)
Co-Chair: Nobuo Funabiki, JP (Okayama University)
Keywords: Online Learning Systems
Intelligent Tutors
Educational Software
Simulation Systems for Education and Training
Personalized and/or Adaptive Learning Systems
Abstract: The objective of this organized session is to bring together educators and engineers and provide them with a field for discussing e-learning technologies and their application. Needless to say, most of them are supported by various CE products. This session welcomes any research topics related to online learning systems, intelligent tutors, educational software, simulation systems for education and training, collaborative learning tools, personalized and/or adaptive learning systems, learning with mobile devices, wearable devices and interfaces for learning, and so on.

OS-ETH: New Apparatus & Systems for Energy Technologies in Home Appliances & CE

Chair: Hideki Omori, JP (Osaka Institute of Technology)
Co-Chair: Akihiko Kanoda, JP (Hitachi)
Keywords: Energy Saving Technology in Home Appliances
Household Energy Storage Apparatus & System
Household Energy Generation Apparatus & System
DC Power Distribution
"Vehicle to Home" Electricity Supply System
Abstract: Recently in the field of home and consumer appliances, new energy saving appliances, energy generation apparatus with PV / FC, and energy storage system including "vehicle to home" begin to be introduced as an effective solutions to environmental issues. In this session, focused are new apparatus and system technology for an effective utilization of renewable energy, stabilization of electric supply, and energy saving of domestic consumption. Furthermore a concept of integrated home energy system is discussed.

OS-HPL: Health Monitoring, Personalized Biomedical and Life Support Technologies

Chair: Seiji Nishifuji, JP (Yamaguchi University)
Co-Chairs: Ryoichi Suzuki, JP (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
Shenglin Mu, JP (Hiroshima National College of Maritime Technology)
Keywords: Health Monitoring
Life Support Technology
Rehabilitation Technology
Assistive Devices Technology
Mechatronics / Robotics
Sensors & Systems for Welfare
Interfaces for Disabled
Personalized Biomedical Devices, Sensors and Systems
Biomedical Informatics
Abstract: Being healthy and improvement of quality of life are crucial social issues in super-aging societies such as Japan. The role of technologies in health monitoring, personalized biomedicine and life support has been becoming more and more important to support these societies. This session focuses on innovative and challenging researches and technologies in healthcare and life support technology which includes advanced health monitoring sensors and devices, life support systems, rehabilitation systems, assistive devices, mechatronics and robotics, personalized biomedical devices, sensors and systems, biomedical informatics and interfaces for communication with disabled people. This session also welcomes all researches and technologies in relation to health monitoring and life support technology other than the above technical issues.

OS-GAM: Game Amusement

Chair: Makio Fukuda, JP (Osaka International University)
Co-Chairs: Tomoyuki Takami, JP (Osaka Electro-Communication University)
Toshihiro Hayashi, JP (Kagawa University)
Masayuki Ueno, JP (Osaka Electro-Communication University)
Keywords: Computer, Video, Console & Internet Games
Amusement / Serious Games
Games for Education & Learning / Edutainment
Interactive Games with Intelligent Agent
Human Interface technology for Games
Individual & Social Impact of Game Playing
Assessment of Game Impact
Storyboarding & Storytelling
Tools for Game Design & Game Studies
Abstract: The session's focus is on innovative research and technology for game amusement on all platforms such as PC, PDA, Smartphone, the Internet, and the game machine. Robots, intelligent toys, and the like are included. Games have an impact on individual humans, on peer groups, and on the whole society. Therefore, undersstanding the way in which games affect humans and the effects of game playing are within scope. This includes researches on learning effects, e.g., and assessment tools. Game Amusement Society of Japan manage this session. Please contribute positively at this session.

OS-ICE: Internet of Things and Application to Consumer Electronics

Chair: Thi Thi Zin, MM (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
Co-Chair: Hiromitsu Hama, JP (Osaka City University, Japan)
Keywords: 1) The IoT technology and concept includes the following topic but not limited to; Networked and embedded sensors, Image recognition, Object detection and tracking, Object Classification, Image Retrieval, Image search, Augmented reality, Decision support and decision making.
2) These bring many business opportunities and add to the complexity of information technology such as: Optimization techniques, Intelligent transportation systems, Video surveillance monitoring systems, Consumer products identification, classification and tracking.
3) Moreover, it includes Cloud Computing, Data and Information Processing, Communication Networks, Big Data/Analytics etc.
Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) is not a single technology but it is a concept in which almost all new things both human and objects are connected and enabled such as street lights being networked and things like embedded sensors, image recognition functionality, augmented reality, and near field communication are integrated into situational decision support, asset management and new services. Potential applications of the IoT are numerous and diverse, permeating into practically all areas of every-day life of consumers (the so-called "smart life"), enterprises, and society as a whole. IoT provides solutions based on the integration of information technology, which refers to hardware and software used to store, retrieve, and process data and communications technology which includes electronic systems used for communication between individuals or groups.

OS-IOT: Consumer Centric Internet of Things & Mobile Edge Computing (CC-IoT MEC)

Chair: Soumya Kanti Datta, FR (Eurecom, France)
Co-Chairs: Thomas Coughlin, US (IEEE CE Society)
Thinagaran Perumal, MY (UPM)
Keywords: 1) Consumer centric IoT and MEC: Consumer driven IoT & MEC ecosystem of smart objects, gateways, applications and services.
2) Security, privacy & trust.
3) Software architecture & Applications.
4) Wearable technologies.
5) Standards for IoT & MEC.
Abstract: The current activities in Internet of Things (IoT) are focused on architecture, protocols for efficient interconnection of sensors, wearables and cloud-based data analysis to create of value-added services. In parallel, we observe a paradigm shift to Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) which extends cloud computing to the edge of the networks. Due to MEC’s proximity to end-users, dense geographical distribution, open platform and support for high mobility, it can provide services with reduced latency and improved QoS. Thus MEC is becoming an important enabler of IoT applications that demand real-time operations. But the success of IoT strongly depends on adaptation of IoT products and services by consumers. Recognizing the importance of consumers and the benefits IoT & MEC can bring to the public, this organized session emphasizes on their consumer centric approach. This session is organized by IEEE CE Society FD Committee on IoT.

OS-ITS: Intelligent Transport Systems

Chair: Tomotaka Wada, JP (Kansai University)
Co-Chairs: Naohisa Hashimoto, JP (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Hiroyuki Hatano, JP (Utsunomiya University)
Supported by: IEICE Technical Committee on Intelligent Transport Systems Technology (ITS)
Keywords: Intelligent Vehicle, Smart Vehicle & Connected Vehicle
Personal Mobility & Smart Mobility
Communications, Networks, Sensing & Image Processing
Human Machine Interaction & Infra Cooperative System
ITS Development & Societal Challenges
Abstract: Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are important systems utilizing synergistic technologies and systems integration engineering concepts to develop and improve all kinds of transport systems. In the near future, ITS systems will lead to fundamental breakthroughs in safety, congestion reduction, driving comfort, and environmental friendliness, bringing them to levels far higher than those provided by current transport systems. Many researchers and engineers advance the theoretical, simulated, experimental, and operational aspects of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Information Technologies as applied to ITS. The objective of this organized session is to discuss up to date issues concerned with Intelligent Transport Systems.

OS-MVD: Microelectronics & VLSI Design

Chair: Balwinder Raj, IN (National Institute of Technology Jalandhar)
Co-Chair: B.B.Gupta, IN (National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra)
Keywords: Novel semiconductor devices & Micro/Nano-electronics
Digital/Analog VLSI Circuits & Systems
VLSI Computer-aided modeling, simulation and experimental research
Hardware implementation with FPGA
Nanotechnology-based VLSI & Reconfigurable Systems
Abstract: Organized Session on Microelectronics and VLSI Design in GCCE 2016 will provide a unique opportunity for the microelectronics, nanoscale semiconductor devices, VLSI design and technology scientists, engineers, educators, students and researchers from all over the world to exchange their scientific ideas, views and thoughts with fellow researchers and participants. This session will address some of the most relevant, state-of-the-art issues and topics involved in Microelectronics and VLSI Design dealt with advanced technology. Papers are invited which exhibits the application of micro/nano semiconductor devices for VLSI design but not limited to topics.

OS-ONS: Opportunistic Network and Security Issues

Chair: Khaleel Ahmad, IN (Maulana Azad National Urdu University)
Co-Chairs: M. A. Rizvi, IN (National Institute of Technical Teacher Training and Research)
Afrah Fathima, IN (Maulana Azad National Urdu University)
Keywords: Opportunistic Network
Security, Privacy and Trust
Sensor Network
Mobile Agent
Amorphous Opportunistic Network
Semantic Opportunistic Network
Gnutella Opportunistic Network
Freenet Opportunistic Network
Intrusion Detection and Prevention System
Routing Techniques
Delay Tolerant Networks (DTN)
Mobile Ubiquitous LAN Extension (MULEs)
SWIM (Shared Wireless Info-station Model)
Pocket Switched Network
Mobile Social Networking
Vehicular Networks
Abstract: Inspiration for opportunistic networks has came from budding trends towards the pervasive computing and communication environments, where diverse networked devices with very dissimilar features of manipulating communication environment and different related capabilities of using this environment for the sake of user’s service. An opportunistic network consists of numerous nodes in the identical area. Irrespective of this still an opportunistic networking approach concedes to barter information among themselves but it may be deteriorated by delay in message transmission, as information need to be buffered and has to wait until a path is idle routing towards the destination. Vast clusters of hardware and applications are planted in a mobile unit, so as to enable it to communicate make it adequate enough to tolerate any load. Moreover, granting nodes to establish and release connections allows for further innumerable novel applications In order to support data or communication integrity and authenticity, the security service offers different operations on information to make it safe from vulnerable changes during transformation form one hop to other. The objective of this organized session is to provide a forum for PhD Students, Academicians, researchers, scientists and engineers to present the research in this area.

OS-PSH: Large Scale Signal Processing in Smart House

Chair: Huang-Chia Shih, TW (Yuan Ze University)
Co-Chairs: Wei-Yu Chiu, TW (Yuan Ze University)
Ting-Lan Lin, TW (Chung Yuan Christian University)
Keywords: Real-time Data Analytics
Image/Video Processing
Video Compression and Transmission
Embedded System
Pattern Recognition
Energy Consumption and Management
Sensor Network
Sensor Fusion
Building Commissioning
Environment Monitoring
Multiobjective Fuzzy Control
Other Signal Processing Topics in Smart House
Abstract: In recent years, studies in smart house have become increasing for consumer applications. In addition, the research topics in vision detection, building commissioning, energy management, sensor network, and real-time embedded system are highly related with the energy consumption of that building. Besides sensors, the video camera is the frequently used as input device for smart house. Thousands of data about buildings need to be handled and analyzed. In this session, every large-scale signal processing for software and hardware applications will be encouraged to be submitted.

OS-STA: Sensing technologies and applications for consumer services

Chair: Norihiko Shinomiya, JP (Soka University)
Co-Chair: Michiko Nishiyama, JP (Soka University)
Keywords: Sensors, actuators and systems for smart space
Applications for health care management, automotive, security, environmental monitoring and robotics
Optical, electromagnetic, chemical, biological and physical sensors
Sensors phenomena, fusion, modelling and characterization
Wireless sensor network and Internet-based communications
Human interface and wearable applications
Abstract: Recently, smart space with various sensing technologies has been desired in consumer services such as welfare, entertainment, automotive and agriculture services. They could be offered in coexistence with human and robotics to create comfortable human daily life without stress. Our session will discuss a wide range of researches on “sensing technologies and applications for consumer services” for providing livelihood support, which is an element and core technology, in order to facilitate future innovation. The subject of this session might be expected to include sensors, actuators, devices, network, human interface, service algorithm, consumer electronics, and robotics, however, not limited to them.

OS-VHS: Virtual Reality and Monitoring for Health and Safety

Chair: Kingkarn Sookhanaphibarn, TH (Bangkok University)
Co-Chairs: Karel Sterckx, TH (Bangkok University)
Romuald Jolivot, TH (Bangkok University)
Keywords: Simulation Systems
Sensing Technologies
Safety Training Systems
Smart Systems
Digital Signal Processing
Abstract: Health and safety is a key for human life. The objective of this organized session is to bring together researchers and engineers and provide them with a field for discussing virtual reality technologies and their application involving health monitoring and safety issues. Most of them are supported by various consumer electronics products. The session focused on any research topics related to simulation systems, monitoring systems, smart systems, and training systems in health and safety. The session also includes topics addressing digital signal processing, collaborative learning tools, and sensing device technology for health and safety.

OS-WCD: Wearable Consumer Devices

Chair: Tomoya Kawakami, JP (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
Co-Chair: Tomoki Yoshihisa, JP (Osaka University)
Keywords: Wearable Applications and Services
Wearable Sensing
Information Presentation
Wearable Interface
Wearable Devices
Other Wearable Technology
Abstract: The downsizing computers has led to wearable computing attracting a great deal of attention. Especially in the business domain in these years, many wearable devices such as wrist band, watch, and glasses have been released, changing the modality from mobile to wearable. This session welcomes any research topics related to wearable, such as application, service, sensing, hardware device, interface, display, garment, and belonging. Computing for non-human such as animals and plants is also our target.