Researcher's Profile

  • Emeritus Professor
  • Michitaka HIROSE


March 1982 Ph.D., The University of Tokyo(UTokyo)
April 1982 Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering, UTokyo
April 1983 Associate Professor of Engineering, UTokyo
May 1999 Professor of Engineering, UTokyo
July 1999 Professor, RCAST, UTokyo(~March 2020)
April 2006 Professor, School of Engineering, UTokyo(~March 2020)
June 2020 Emeritus Professor, UTokyo

Research Interests

Our research laboratory focuses on building a high-level user interface that unites human and computer, called Cybernetic Interface. Starting with virtual reality technology (VR), we seek to research and develop such interface in detail. Specifically, we are designing multimodal interfaces, mixed reality (MR) research, wearable computers, and contents for ubiquitous computing research.
Furthermore, as a part of our mixed reality research, we are working on real-world oriented virtual reality interfaces, such as a distributed wide-screen display system that enriches the openness and spacious nature of real world environments, and a material-based display that facilitates tangible interaction in real-world environments.

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