EyeSee: Enhanced Measurement Environment by Projecting into Real World

We propose, EyeSee a framework to help users understand what invisible phenomenon such as radiation and electricity are without the exclusive knowledge. EyeSee achieves this by projecting the sensor values into the actual measurement points. This visualization on the real environment is quite useful to demonstrate how these work. For example, people know radiation is a phenomenon, which we need to avoid to be exposed, but how it distributes is not well known in general. In addition to this, people tend to feel too much fear because it is invisible and unfamiliar. Visualization on real environment can remove this issue by making invisible phenomenon not special for people. For instance, if you can directly see radiation on the real environment, they can put shielding materials near by the radioactive source and see how radiation can be shielded indeed just like shielding visible light from fluorescent lamp in the room. They can also know what exactly different from normal light in a practical manner.


Peer-reviewed paper

  • Shogo Yamashita, Ayako Yano, Chisato Mouri, Hideki Tenzou, “An AR Radiation Field Visualization System for Monitoring Neutron 
Activation Sources”, 2nd International Symposium on Technology for Sustainability, November 2012, vol.1, pp.453-456.


  • Shogo Yamashita, “AR System to Visualize Radiation Fields in a Draft Chamber”, 2012 Japan-Taiwan Symposium on intelligent Green and Orange

[Excellent Presentation award in Green Technology Category]


  •   MITOU Exploratory IT Human Resources Project 2010 (16, 200 dolls) [2010 ]

Exploratory IT Human Resources Project (The MITOH Program) is for actively identifying and developing outstanding persons with creativity who can play key roles in creating next-generation IT markets by Information-technology Promotion Agency in Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

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