Hirofumi Ida, Virtual-reality in health and sports science

EVL Cyber-Commons, Room 2068 ERF

Dr. Hirofumi Ida, Research Associate, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Illinois at Chicago and Research Fellow, Department of Human System Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology presents his research in virtual-reality for health and sports science at EVL’s weekly tech meeeting, Wednesday, May 30th, 11AM.


Computer-simulated visual display, such as computer graphics (CG) animations and virtual environments (VE), are increasingly being used for the assessment of perceptual motor skills in sports, rehabilitation and physical therapy. I will talk about the results of our previous studies and future perspectives of on-going experiments.
  1. Virtual ball catching in CAVE
  2. Sense of presence for tennis ball flight in CAVE
  3. Collision avoidance in head mount display

Email: maxine@uic.edu

Date: May 30, 2012
Dr. Hirofumi Ida - H. Ida

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