OHKURA Motohiro

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Name
OHKURA Motohiro
E-mail
ohkurast.seikei.ac.jp
Degree
Dr. Eng.(Nihon University), Master of Engineering(Waseda University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Specially Appointed Professor, Seikei University Faculty of Science and Technology Department of Systems Design Engineering
 

Published Papers

 
Effect of different masking levels between left and right ears on direction judgment by blindfolded sighted persons
OHKURA Motohiro
Japanese Journal of Vision Rehabilitation   5(2) 43-52   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
大倉元宏, 村上琢磨, 清水学, 田内雅規
The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics   31(1) 1-8   1995

Misc

 
Guidelines for installing tactile guiding lines to assist blind pedestrians in crossing intersections (Part 1)
J. Science of Labour   Vol.78, No.6    2002
Yoko SHIMADA, Atsuko IKEGAMI, Motohiro OHKURA
The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics   38(5) 261-271   2002
A tactile forewarning sign for informing visually impaired independent pedestrians of the position and direction of a tactile guiding line serving as an aid to street crossing
J. Science of Labour   77(12) 490-495   2001
A Study on Objective Assessments of the Cumulative Fatigue Symptoms Index
J. Science of Labour   77(6) 223-235   2001
Yoko SHIMADA, Atsuko IKEGAMI, Motohiro OHKURA
The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics   37(3) 125-133   2001

Books etc

 
Orientation & mobility of the visually impaired : Mental workload in independent travel of the blind
Heilinger Publishing Co.   1988   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Case studies on falls from train platforms by guide dog users
OHKURA Motohiro
5 Dec 2017   
Sound localization under different masking levels between left and right ears
OHKURA Motohiro
15th InternationalMobility Conference   Jun 2015   

Works

 
Ergonomic Study on Visual Display Terminal Work by Low-vision persons
1994 - 1997
Evaluation of Tactile Guiding Lines for Assisting Visually Impaired Independent pedestrians in Crossing Intersections
1998 - 2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Orientation and Mobility of the Blind
Study on falls from train platform of the visually impaired
Ergonomic Research on low-vision VDT workers
Development and Evaluation of Orientation and Mobility Aids for the Blind