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Keisuke Kambara

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Kambara, Keisuke and Tsukada, Koji (2011): DrawerBrowser: practical picture browser for finding items in drawers. In: Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Uniquitous Computing 2011. pp. 601-602.

We propose a practical picture browser called DrawerBrowser for finding items in drawers, which is designed through observation of daily activities.

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Tsujita, Hitomi, Tsukada, Koji, Kambara, Keisuke and Siio, Itiro (2010): Complete fashion coordinator: a support system for capturing and selecting daily clothes with social networks. In: Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces 2010. pp. 127-132.

For some people, selecting the clothes you wear is sometimes tedious, difficult and requires you to remember what you have previously worn. While there are many fashion SNS (Social Networking Services) sites and related research devoted to addressing certain aspects of this issue, there is no system that combines both the automated cataloguing of one's own clothes with near real-time recommendation by their social network. In this paper, we propose a novel system which allows users to easily organize and optimize their daily clothing selection based on historical data. By combining historical information about what the user has worn with several options such as the user's planned activities and the weather, it can help the user in coordinating what to wear. In order to simplify and automate the capture, storage and cataloging of image of the users clothing, we propose a system which allows for the automatic and standardized capturing of a person's clothes by simply hanging an item on a hook built into a cabinet. Furthermore, by utilizing the internet and common SNS sites, it allows friends, family living apart and/or romantic couples to seamlessly share the catalogued photos of their clothes, initiate conversation and help select what is appropriate to wear.

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Tsukada, Koji and Kambara, Keisuke (2010): IODisk: disk-type i/o interface for browsing digital contents. In: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2010. pp. 403-404.

We propose a disk-type I/O interface, IODisk, which helps users browse various digital contents intuitively in their living environment. IODisk mainly consists of a forcefeedback mechanism integrated in the rotation axis of a disk. Users can control the playing speed/direction contents (e.g., videos or picture slideshows) in proportion to the rotational speed/direction of the disk. We developed a prototype system and some applications.

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