yudai tanaka

nerves as interface channels for human computer integration

I’m a second-year phd student in the department of computer science at University of Chicago
advised by Prof. Pedro Lopes.
I invent novel channels for computers to access our bodies based on our nerve system and allow them to directly intervene in our perception and behavior.

Curriculum Vitae | Google Scholar | Twitter | Email: yudaitanaka [at] uchicago.edu

news

2021.11.15 Electrical Head Actuation got accepted by CHI 2022. More info coming soon.
2020.9.25 I arrived in Chicago and officially started my phd!
2020.8.18 DualVib got accepted by VRST 2020 as a full paper.

research works (publications)

DualVib:
Simulating Haptic Sensation of Dynamic Mass
by Combining Pseudo-Force and Texture Feedback

Yudai Tanaka, Arata Horie, and Xiang ‘Anthony’ Chen. |

VRST 2020 Full Paper

Video | Paper | Talk

BulkScreen:
Saliency-Based Automatic Shape Representation of Digital Images with a Vertical Pin-Array Screen

Riku Arakawa*, Yudai Tanaka*, Hiromu Kawarasaki, and Kiyosu Maeda (*: equal contribution).

TEI 2020 Poster

Video | Paper

ReMind:
A Formative Study for Record-time Manual Annotation of First-person Videos

Yudai Tanaka, Sohei Wakisaka, and Masahiko Inami.

MobileHCI 2019 Poster

Video | Paper