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Name MORI Fumihiko

Title

Pedestrian Guidance and Sensory Fusion Using Peripheral-Vision-Stimulus and Vibratory Stimulus

Author

Fumihiko MORI, Norifumi WATANABE, Takashi OMORI

Name of publication

IEICE Technical Report

Publisher

The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE)

Volume (No.)

112

Issue (No.)

480, NC2012-138

Start page

25

 

End page

30

Date of publication

2013-03-13

Presence/absence of peer review

Batu

Presence/absence of request

Batu(Ordinary Paper)

Language of publication used

Japanese

Posting category

Domestic

Type of publication

Research paper

Type of authorship

Joint Work(First Author)

ISSN

2432-6380

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Summary

Human walking is affected by vision, vestibular, somatic and other various sensations that come through the sensory-motor loop. But detail of the sensory-motor loop is not clear. In this study, we examined a possible affect of self motion sensation by an optical-flow stimulus in peripheral vision with a decayed somato-sensory feeling by a vibration stimulus on leg and foot area. In the experiment, we presented the optical flow for forward direction to the peripheral vision, and then gave the self-motion sensation by changing the flow to left or right direction. We expect the change of walking direction toward opposite of the self-motion sensation because of the decayed somato-sensory feeling. In this paper, we discuss on the unifying mechanism of visual and somatic sensations based on the experimental result.

Remarks

https://www.ieice.org/ken/paper/20130313FBci/