I Want to Learn How to Think Beyond Academic Disciplines
Vol.4 2011.03.10 HIROSE Michitaka
Information Technology and the Sense of Time
March 10, 2011 to March 11, 2011
Computer is a tool for recording. Life log technologies enabled us to record our experiences in densities that defy comparison with previous cases. In addition, we can relive these experiences in highly lively manners by using VR technologies. Similarly, advanced simulation technologies will make highly accurate predictions about the future possible. With the background of the cutting-edge information technologies, I would like to think about how our sense of time might shift.
- HIROSE Michitaka
- He was born in Kamakura in 1954. In 1982 he finished his doctorate at Tokyo University's School of Engineering (Ph.D. in Engineering). After serving as a Lecturer and an Assistant Professor, he became a Professor at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology in 1999. Since 2006 he has been a Professor at the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology. His areas of specialty are System Engineering, Human Interface, and Virtual Reality. He is the authors of numerous books including Virtual Reality (Sangyo Tosho), Spatial Computer (Iwanami Shoten), Between Human and Machine (Iwanami Shoten).
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