Together with Giovanni Troiano, Victor Zappi, and Giacomo Lepri I wrote a paper that tries to analyze the past, present, and future of Non-rigid Interfaces for musical expression. The paper was accepted for the 2020 Conference of NIME – New Interfaces for Musical Expression. This is one of the top conferences in music technology. This […]
February was an interesting month… I said goodbye to TATEITO, where I was for almost 10 months. I had a really great time, and the project I worked on was successfully completed. Then, I started working in the XR Team of System Friend Inc. a small but very interesting company in Tokyo (JP). Here I […]
My collaborator Giovanni has presented our paper “Non-Rigid HCI: A Review of Deformable Interfaces and Input” at the 2019 ACM Conference on Design Interactive Systems (DIS’19) in San Diego. Interesting review of non-rigid HCI presented by Giovanni Maria Troiano, suggesting clearer distinctions between deformable and shape-changing interfaces and more attention to I/O mapping: […]
Since November 2017 I started to collaborate with Dr. Giovanni Maria Troiano (Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA) on a new research project regarding deformable interfaces and the definition of Non-Rigid HCI. The first outcome is a full-paper entitled “Non-Rigid HCI: A Review of Deformable Interfaces and Input“, which was just accepted at the upcoming ACM […]
On March 25 I got my Ph.D. Degree in Human Informatics at the University of Tsukuba (JP). Thank you a lot to my supervisor Prof. Hiroo Iwata, and to my thesis committee members such as Prof. Hideaki Kuzuoka and Prof. Hiroaki Yano. Thank you also Prof. Aki Yamada.