Hideki Tamura
Hideki Tamura
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Dynamic visual cues for differentiating mirror and glass
H Tamura, H Higashi, S Nakauchi
Scientific reports 8 (1), 8403, 2018
Robust brightness enhancement across a luminance range of the glare illusion
H Tamura, S Nakauchi, K Koida
Journal of vision 16 (1), 10-10, 2016
Distinguishing mirror from glass: A “big data” approach to material perception
H Tamura, KE Prokott, RW Fleming
Journal of Vision 22 (4), 4-4, 2022
Gloss perception: Searching for a deep neural network that behaves like humans
KE Prokott, H Tamura, RW Fleming
Journal of Vision 21 (12), 14-14, 2021
Universality and superiority in preference for chromatic composition of art paintings
S Nakauchi, T Kondo, Y Kinzuka, Y Taniyama, H Tamura, H Higashi, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 4294, 2022
Regularity of colour statistics in explaining colour composition preferences in art paintings
S Nakauchi, H Tamura
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 14585, 2022
The Rotating Glass Illusion: Material Appearance Is Bound to Perceived Shape and Motion
H Tamura, S Nakauchi
i-Perception 9 (6), 2041669518816716, 2018
Multiple cues for visual perception of mirror and glass materials
H Tamura, H Higashi, S Nakauchi
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 765-765, 2017
Glossiness perception and its pupillary response
H Tamura, S Nakauchi, T Minami
Vision Research 219, 108393, 2024
The effect of facial colour on implicit facial expressions
HN Nguyen, H Tamura, T Minami, S Nakauchi
Cognition and Emotion 37 (7), 1290-1297, 2023
Human behavior and comfort during load carrying to autonomous mobile robot
H Tamura, T Konno, S Nakauchi, T Minami
bioRxiv, 2023.07. 03.547589, 2023
Waist rotation angle as an indicator of probable human collision avoidance direction for autonomous mobile robots
H Tamura, T Yamauchi, S Nakauchi, T Minami
Preference judgement for art paintings: large-scale subjects (30K) experiment revealing age-dependency
S Nakauchi, M Nishimoto, H Tamura
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 98c-98c, 2019
Using Neural Networks to Distinguish Gloss From Matte Textured Materials
E Prokott, H Tamura, R Fleming
PERCEPTION 48, 144-144, 2019
Modulating Luminance and Color Saturation Disambiguates Mirror and Glass
H Tamura, E Prokott, R Fleming
PERCEPTION 48, 143-143, 2019
Modelling Human Perception of High Gloss Materials using Neural Networks
KE Prokott, H Tamura, RW Fleming
Distinguishing Mirror from Glass
H Tamura, K Prokott, R Fleming
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 227-227, 2018
Distinguishing Glossy from Matte Textured Materials
K Prokott, H Tamura, R Fleming
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 888-888, 2018
Relationship between perceptual surface qualities and distinctive features in onomatopoetic expression
K Wakamatsu, H Tamura, J Kwon, M Sakamoto, S Nakauchi
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 768-768, 2017
Perceptual segregation between mirror and glass material under natural and unnatural illumination
H Tamura, M Tsukuda, H Higashi, S Nakauchi
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 634-634, 2016
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