AquaPrism: AquaPrism: Dynamically Changing the Color of Aquatic Animals without Injury by Augmenting Aquarium

We propose an augmented aquarium that dynamically changes the color of translucent aquatic animals without injury. This technology produces colored and glowing aquatic animals in the dark in a standard fish tank at home.  In this paper, we describe the representation capability of color and the difference depending on the types of aquatic animals. We also investigated on the safety of this technology and the potential interaction by monitoring the behaviors of aquatic animals.

 

Publications

  • Shogo Yamashita, Sunichi Suwa, Jun Rekimoto, “AquaPrism: Dynamically Changing the Color of Aquatic Animals without Injury by Augmenting Aquarium”, The 4th international conference on Animal-Computer Interaction(ACI2017), November 2017, (Accepted as a full paper).

Grants

  •  Project Fund V2 in Summer Founders Program organized by Division of University Corporate Relations (500 dolls)