“Stop Motion Goggle” by Nagaya, Siang, Furukawa, Tokiwa, Sugimoto, et al. …

  • ©Naohisa Nagaya, Fabian Foo Chuan Siang, Masahiro Furukawa, Takuji Tokiwa, Maki Sugimoto, and Masahiko Inami


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    Stop Motion Glasses (SMG) expands your visual perception of moving objects by allowing you to perceive visual information selectively through a high speed shutter. In this system, you can easily observe not only periodic rotational motion such as rotating fans or wheels, but also random motion like a jumping ball. SMG can be considered as a time domain sunglasses. Sunglasses enables easy viewing of surroundings by cutting off bright light, on the other hand, SMG makes it easy to see moving object by temporally controlling optical density. In addition, SMG deblurs artifacts due to fast moving object over a short exposure time. This system induces similar physiologic effects of Stroboscope in dark environment that augments human visual perception of moving objects anywhere as a simple wearable device.


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©Naohisa Nagaya, Fabian Foo Chuan Siang, Masahiro Furukawa, Takuji Tokiwa, Maki Sugimoto, and Masahiko Inami ©Naohisa Nagaya, Fabian Foo Chuan Siang, Masahiro Furukawa, Takuji Tokiwa, Maki Sugimoto, and Masahiko Inami ©Naohisa Nagaya, Fabian Foo Chuan Siang, Masahiro Furukawa, Takuji Tokiwa, Maki Sugimoto, and Masahiko Inami ©Naohisa Nagaya, Fabian Foo Chuan Siang, Masahiro Furukawa, Takuji Tokiwa, Maki Sugimoto, and Masahiko Inami ©Naohisa Nagaya, Fabian Foo Chuan Siang, Masahiro Furukawa, Takuji Tokiwa, Maki Sugimoto, and Masahiko Inami ©Naohisa Nagaya, Fabian Foo Chuan Siang, Masahiro Furukawa, Takuji Tokiwa, Maki Sugimoto, and Masahiko Inami

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