KOBAYASHI, Maori

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Name
KOBAYASHI, Maori
E-mail
maori-kjaist.ac.jp
Affiliation
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Section
Organization for the Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Properties

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Published Papers

 
小林 まおり, 上野 佳奈子
日本音響学会誌   73(4) 212-220   Apr 2017   [Refereed]
Kondo Yuji, Teramoto Wataru, Kobayashi Maori, Otani Makoto
Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan   21(1) 49-52   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
The present study investigated how somatosensory stimuli influence auditory distance perception, by manipulating spatial and temporal consistency between these stimuli. Auditory stimuli were presented in participants' rear space through a dynamic ...
Kobayashi Maori, Tsuchida Koichiro, Ueno Kanako, Shimada Sotaro
Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan   21(1) 73-79   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
In this study, we examined whether the activation of the mirror neuron system is influenced by the spatial accuracy of sound field reproduction using an auditory virtual reality system. In the experiment, we measured the brain activity during list...
Maori Kobayashi,Kanako Ueno,Shiro Ise
Presence   24(2) 163-174   2015   [Refereed]
Omoto Akira, Ise Shiro, Ikeda Yusuke, Ueno Kanako, Enomoto Seigo, Kobayashi Maori
Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan (E)   36(1) 1-11   2015   [Refereed]
In this paper, we introduce a newly developed sound-field-reproducing and -sharing system. The system consists of an 80-channel fullerene-shaped microphone array and a 96-channel loudspeaker array mounted in an enclosure called a sound cask, so na...

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鵜木 祐史, 石川 大介, 柏原 佑太, 小林 まおり, 赤木 正人
電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 = IEICE technical report : 信学技報   116(302) 79-84   Nov 2016
OTANI Makoto, IWAYA Yukio, KOBAYASHI Maori, YAIRI Satoshi, SUZUKI Yoiti, CHIBA Takeru
Technical report of IEICE. EA   109(166) 49-54   Jul 2009
In real world, we hear various sounds including ambient sounds which, for example, are radiated from ventilation systems. However, most of currently developed virtual auditory displays can reproduce point sources which are attributable to specific...
SAKAMOTO SHUICHI, SETO MIKIO, KOBAYASHI MAORI, IWAYA YUKIO, SAKURAI KENZO, GYOBA JIRO, SUZUKI YOICHI
電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   108(356(HIP2008 123-148)) 19-23   Dec 2008