The Kajimoto laboratory (part 2): Muscular laugh enhancement

For another cross-modal human/computer research project [see previous article in this series] which has been developed by the Kajimoto laboratory (a department of The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan) investigates ‘The Enhancement of Laugh by using Muscle activity’, [note: paper mostly in Japanese]   “On television show, we are familiar with artificial sound of laughter […]

The Kajimoto laboratory (part 1): Goosebumps

The main research theme at the Kajimoto laboratory (a department of The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan), is human/computer interfaces, especially tactile or cross-modal interfaces. Professor Hiroyuki Kajimoto [pictured] established the laboratory in April 2007, and since then it has produced a series of unique research projects – for example: ‘Facilitating a Surprised Feeling by […]