Takeharu Seno

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Takeharu Seno
Kyushu University

Research Interests


Research Areas


Published Papers

Perceptual Interaction between Vection Stimuli Presented by HMD and Olfactory Stimuli
Aoi Aruga, Yuichi Bannai and Takeharu Seno
TVRSJ   24(4)    2019   [Refereed]
Material surface properties modulate vection strength.
Morimoto, Y., Sato, H., Hiramatsu, C., & Seno, T.
Experimental Brain Research   237(10) 2675-2690   2019   [Refereed]
Vection induced by low-level motion extracted from complex animation films.
Suzuki, W., Seno, T., Yamashita, W., Ichinohe, N., Takeichi, H., Palmisano, S.
Experimental Brain Research   1-12   Nov 2019   [Refereed]
Active Control of the Direction of Self-Motion by Head Movements and Vection Strength — Comparison between the Virtual Driver and Virtual Passenger—
Seno, T., Fujii, Y., & Yoshinaga, T.
VISION   30(2) 1-7   2018   [Refereed]
Vection is enhanced by increased exposure to optic flow.
eno, T., Murata, K., Fuji, Y., Kanaya, H., Ogawa, M., Tokunaga, K., and Palmisano, S.
i-Perception   9(3) 2041669518774069   2018   [Refereed]
Inhibition of vection by grasping an object.
Mori, M. & Seno, T.
Experimental Brain Research   236(12) 3215-3221   2018   [Refereed]
Active Control of the Direction of Self-Motion by Head Movements and Vection Strength.
Seno, T., Fujii, Y. & Yoshinata, T.
Vision: The Journal of the Vision Society of Japan   30(2) 65-71   2018   [Refereed]
Development of Asymmetric Vection for Radial Expansion or Contraction Motion: Comparison Between School-Age Children and Adults.
Takeharu SenoShirai, N., Endo, S., Tanahashi, S., Seno, T., & Imura T.
i-Perception   9(2) 1-13   2018   [Refereed]
Smoothness of stimulus motion can affect vection strength.
Takeharu SenoFujii, Y., Seno, T., & Allison, R. S.
Experimental Brain Research   236(1) 243-252   2018   [Refereed]
Mindfulness Can Modulate Vection Strength.
Ohtsuka, S., Ono, F., & Seno, T.
International Journal of Affective Engineering   16(1) 11-14   2017   [Refereed]
The Oscillating Potential Model of Visually Induced Vection.
Seno, T., Sawai, K. I., Kanaya, H., Wakebe, T., Ogawa, M., Fujii, Y., & Palmisano, S.
i-Perception   8(6) 2041669517742176   2017   [Refereed]
Colorful stimuli might inhibit Vection.
Ogawa, M. & Seno T.
Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan   21(1) 31-34   2016   [Refereed]
A New Vection Stimulus: Immerse yourself in vection.
Seno, T. & Yoshinaga, T.
Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan   21(1) 193-196   2016   [Refereed]
Vection strength can be socially modulated through conformity to the reported perception of others.
Ogawa, M. & Seno T.
Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan   21(1) 23-30   2016   [Refereed]
Modulation of recognition memory of emotional images by vertical vection.
Valjamae, A., & Seno, T.
Frontiers in Psychology   7 39   2016   [Refereed]
Visualizing Similarity of Appearance by Arrangement of Cards.
Nakatsuji, N., Ihara, H., Seno, T., & Ito, H.
Frontiers in Psychology   7 698   2016   [Refereed]
Induction of visual hallucinations by sustained flashed lights and the inhibition of them by rTMS.
Seno, T., Elliott, M., & Nakajima, Y.
ASIAGRAPH 2015 Forum in Tainan Proceedings   10 91-92   2015   [Refereed]
Vection with stimuli projected on a ground surface: roles of size, position, and speed of stimulus.
Tamada, Y., & Seno, T.
Aerospace Medicine & Human Performance   86 794-802   2015   [Refereed]
Twenty-hour sleep deprivation does not affect perceived vection strength.
Ogawa, M., Seno, T., Matsumori K., & Higuchi, S.
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science   5 550-560   2015   [Refereed]
Three new aspects of vecton.
Takeharu Seno
ASIAGRAPH 2014 Forum in Bali Proceedings   9 17-20   2014   [Refereed]
Più mosso: Fast self-motion makes cyclic action faster in virtual reality.
Ihaya, K., Seno, T., & Yamada, Y.
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología   46(1) 53-58   2014   [Refereed]
Illusory self-motion (vection) is inhibited by hypobaric hypoxia.
Nishimura, T., Seno, T., Moti, M., & Watanuki, S.
Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine   85(5) 504-508   2014   [Refereed]
Spontaneous postural sway predicts the strength of smooth vection.
Palmisano, S., Deborah, A., Seno, T., & Stapley, P.
Experimental Brain Research   232(4) 1185-1191   2014   [Refereed]
Vection is modulated by the semantic meaning of stimuli and experimental instructions.
Ogawa, M., & Seno, T.
Perception   63 605-615   2014   [Refereed]
Surface qualities have little effect on vection strength.
Ogawa, M., Hiramatsu C., & Seno T.
Frontiers in Psychology   5 Article610   2014   [Refereed]
Stronger vection in junior high school children than in adults.
Shirai, N., Imura T., Tamura, R., & Seno, T.
Frontiers in Psychology   5 Article563   2014   [Refereed]
Walking without optic flow reduces subsequent vection.
Seno, T., Palmisano, S., Riecke, B., & Nakamura, S.
Experimental Brain Research   233 275-281   2014   [Refereed]
Vection induction with three new ways of visual stimulation.
Takeharu Seno
ASIAGRAPH 2013 Forum in Hawaii Proceedings   7 44-49   2013   [Refereed]
Three new techniques of modulating vecton strength.
Takeharu Seno
ASIAGRAPH 2013 Forum in Kagoshima Proceedings   8 53-56   2013   [Refereed]
Adding Vertical Lines to a Face Increases Perceived Sadness.
Seno T., Ueda, S., Takeichi M., Palmisano, S. & Ohtsuka S.
VISION   25 1-7   2013   [Refereed]
Vection strength is determined by the plausibility of a stimulus as a representation of the world.
Takeharu Seno
The japanese Journal of Psychonomic Sience   32 1-4   2013   [Refereed]
Vection modulates emotional valence of autobiographical episodic memories.
Seno, T., Kawabe T., Ito H., & Sunaga, S.
Cognition   126 115-120   2013   [Refereed]
Acoustic Analyses of Speech Sounds and Rhythms in Japanese- and English-Learning Infants.
Yamashita, Y., Nakajima, Y., Ueda, K., Shimada, Y., Hirsh D, Seno, T., & Smith BA.
Frontiers in Psychology   4 57   2013   [Refereed]
Effects of dynamic luminance modulation on visually induced self-motion perception: Observers' perception of illumination is important in perceiving self-motion.
Nakamura, S., Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   42 153-162   2013   [Refereed]
Evaluation of a Dichromatic Color-Appearance Simulation by a Visual Search Task .
Sunaga, S., Ogura T., & Seno T.
OPTICAL REVIEW   20 83-93   2013   [Refereed]
Perceived gravitoinertial force during vection.
Seno, T., Palmisano, S., Ito H., & Sunaga, S.
Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine   84 971-974   2013   [Refereed]
Default perception of high-speed motion.
Wexler, M., Glennerster, A., Cavanagh, P., Ito, H., & Seno, T.
PNAS   110 7080-7085   2013   [Refereed]
Alcohol consumption enhances vection.
Seno, T., & Nakamura, S.
Perception   42 580-582   2013   [Refereed]
Speech speed and vecton. I speak fast when I move fast: The speed of illusory self-motion (vection) modulates the speed of utterances.
Seno, T., Ihaya K., & Yamada Y.
Frontiers in Psychology   4 Article494   2013   [Refereed]
Illusory upward self-motion results in a decrease in perceived room temperature.
Seno, T., & Van Doorn, G.
Psychology   4 823-826   2013   [Refereed]
Vection induced by illusory motion in a stationary image.
Seno, T., Kitaoka, A., & Palmisano, S.
Perception   42 1001-1005   2013   [Refereed]
Wearing heavy iron clogs can inhibit vecton.
Seno, T., Abe K., & Kiyokawa S.
Multisensory Research   26 569-580   2013   [Refereed]
The Inability of Supraliminal Tactile Stimuli to Influence Illusory Self-Motion.
Van Doorn, G.H., Seno, T., & Symmons, M.
The Seventh International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design   21-23   Aug 2012   [Refereed]
Supraliminal Vibrotactile Stimulation does not Facilitate Visual Vection.
Van Doorn, G.H., Seno, T., & Symmons, M.
The Seventh International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design   24-26   Aug 2012   [Refereed]
Vection (self-motion perception) alters cognitive states, cognition of time, mental number line and personality.
Seno, T., Taya, S., Ihaya, K., Yamada, Y., Ito H., & Sunaga, S.
Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society   2306-2309   2012   [Refereed]
Austin, TX.; Cognitive Science Society.
Illusory upward self-motion results in a decrease in perceived room temperature.
Seno T., & Van Doorn, G.H.
ASIAGRAPH 2012 in Tokyo ASIAGRAPH Proceedings   6    2012   [Refereed]
Vection can be induced without explicit motion signal using backscroll illusion.
Seno, T., & Sato, T.
Japanese Psychological Research   54 218-222   2012   [Refereed]
Second-order motion is less efficient at modulating vection strength.
Seno, T., & Palmisano, S.
Seeing & Perceiving   25 213-221   2012   [Refereed]
Healin' Groovy—Movement affects the appearance of the Healing Grid Illusion.
Fukuda, H., & Seno, T.
Perception   41 243-246   2012   [Refereed]
Vection can be induced in the absence of explicit motion stimuli.
Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Experimental Brain Research   219 235-244   2012   [Refereed]
Perceptually plausible sounds facilitate visually induced self-motion perception (vection).
Seno, T., Hasuo, E., Ito, H., & Nakajima, Y.
Perception   41 577-593   2012   [Refereed]
Vection can be induced without global motion awareness.
Seno, T., Palmisano, S., Ito H., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   41 493-497   2012   [Refereed]
Emotional sounds influence vertical vection.
Sasaki, K., Seno, T., Yamada Y., & Miura, K.
Perception   41 875-877   2012   [Refereed]
Hunger enhances vertical vection.
Seno, T., Ito, H., Sunaga, S., & Palmisano, S.
Perception   41 1003-1006   2012   [Refereed]
Stimulus meanings alter illusory self-motion (vection). --Experimental examination of the train illusion--
Seno, T., & Fukuda H.
Seeing & Perceiving   25 631-645   2012   [Refereed]
Directionless vection: A new illusory self-motion perception.
Seno, T., Yamada, Y., & Palmisano, S.
i-Perception   3 775-777   2012   [Refereed]
More rapid and stronger vection in elementary school children compared with adults.
Shirai, N., Seno, T., & Morohashi, S
Perception   41 1339-1402   2012   [Refereed]
Creation of three dimensional dome contents using layered images.
Ogi, T., Tateyama, Y., Lee, H., Seno, T., & Kayahara, T.
IEEE International Symposium on Virtual Reality Innovation 2011   253-259   2011   [Refereed]
Two novel visual illusions accompanied with self-motion. --- Shrinking building illusion and Moving static escalator illusion.
Fukuda, H., Seno, T., & Ueda, K.
ASIAGRAPH 2011 in Tokyo ASIAGRAPH Proceedings   5 53-56   2011   [Refereed]
Attentional load inhibits vection.
Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Attention, Perception & Psychophysics   73 1467-1476   2011   [Refereed]
Self-motion perception compresses time experienced in return travel.
Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   40 497-499   2011   [Refereed]
Inconsistent locomotion inhibits vection.
Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   40 747-750   2011   [Refereed]
Shrinking neighbors: A quantitative examination of the 'Shrinking Building illusion' .
Fukuda, H., & Seno, T.
Seeing & Perceiving   24 541-544   2011   [Refereed]
Consistent air flow to the face facilitates vection.
Seno, T., Ogawa, M., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   40 1237-1240   2011   [Refereed]
Mental number line in depth revealed by vection.
Seno, T., Taya, S., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   40 1241-1244   2011   [Refereed]
Narcissistic people cannot be moved easily by visual stimulation.
Seno, T., Yamada, Y., & Ihaya K.
Perception   40 1390-1392   2011   [Refereed]
Independent modulation of motion and vetion aftereffects revealed by using coherent oscillation and random jitter in optic flow.
Seno, T., Palmisano, S., & Ito, H.
Vision Research   51 2499-2508   2011   [Refereed]
Three new factors for vection induction. -For creating VR contents utilizing vection.
Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
ASIAGRAPH 2010 in Tokyo ASIAGRAPH Proceedings   4 53-58   2010   [Refereed]
The 'Rotating Snakes' in smooth motion do not appear to rotate.
Tomimatsu, E., Ito H., Seno, T., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   39 721-724   2010   [Refereed]
Inhibition of vection by red.
Seno, T., Sunaga, S., & Ito, H.
Attention, Perception & Psychophysics   72 1642-1653   2010   [Refereed]
Temporonasal motion projected on the nasal retina underlies expansion-contraction asymmetry in vection.
Seno, T., Ito H., Sunaga, S., & Nakamura, S.
Vision Research   50 1131-1139   2010   [Refereed]
Static visual components without depth modulation alter the strength of vection.
Seno, T., Nakamura, S., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Vision Research   50 1972-1981   2010   [Refereed]
Vection aftereffect from expanding / contracting stimuli.
Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Seeing & Perceiving   23 273-294   2010   [Refereed]
Motion Impressions ennhanced by comverging motion lines.
Ito, H., Seno, T., & Yamanaka, M.
Perception   39 1555-1561   2010   [Refereed]
Coherent modulation of stimulus colour can affect visually induced slf-motion perception.
Nakamura, S., Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Perception   39 1579-1590   2010   [Refereed]
Positional and directional preponderances in vection.
Seno, T., & Sato, T.
Experimental Brain Research   192 221-229   2009   [Refereed]
The object and background hypothesis for vection.
Seno, T., Ito, H., & Sunaga, S.
Vision Research,   49 2973-2982   2009   [Refereed]
Virtual swimming - breaststroke body movements facilitate vection -
Seno, T., Funatsu, F., & Palmisano, S.
Multisensory Research   26(3) 267-275   2012   [Refereed]
Virtual Depth Effect for non- Stereoscopic Dome Image.
Seno, T., Hayashi, M., Ogi, T., & Sato, T.
ASIAGRAPH 2008 in Shanghai ASIAGRAPH Proceedings   2 121-126   2008   [Refereed]
The ground is more effective than the sky. The comparison of the ground and the sky in effectiveness for vection.
Sato, T., Seno, T., Kanaya, H., & Fukazawa, H.
Proceedings of ASIAGRAPH 2007 in Shanghai   103-108   2007   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

Effects of colors on the illusory self-motion perception (vection)
T. Seno, M. Ogawa, S. Sunaga, & H. Ito
ACA2019 (the Asia Color Association Conference 2019)   30 Nov 2019   
The color black is most important and special 
for making professional wrestlers attractive and fearful.
T. Akagi, S. Ikehata & T. Seno
ACA2019 (the Asia Color Association Conference 2019)   30 Nov 2019   
A picture book of motion illusions in stationary images
-- a new method to investigate vection --
T. Aoki, T. Seno & A. Kitaoka
ACA2019 (the Asia Color Association Conference 2019)   30 Nov 2019   
アニメーション作品中のベクションシーンから抽出された オプティカルフローのみの情報が引き起こすベクション
妹尾 武治, 鈴木 航, 竹市 博臣, 山下 和香代, 一戸 紀孝, Stephen Palmisano
電気学会 知覚情報研究会   17 Aug 2019   
青木 卓也, 妹尾武治, 石井達郎, & 脇山真治
電気学会 知覚情報研究会   17 Aug 2019   
Monocular and binocular observations and dominant and non-dominant eye observations can modulate the perceived strengths of visually induced self-motion (vection).
Takeharu Seno & Takaya Shimizu
MOVEMENT, Brain Body Cognition   26 Jul 2019   
The challenges faced in making the “What is Vection!?” movies and the evaluations of them by seven professional creators of visual images
Tomohiko Akagi, Richika Urasoko, Tokushu Inamura, & Takeharu Seno
MOVEMENT, Brain Body Cognition   26 Jul 2019   
Inhibition of vection by grasping an object.
Mori, M., & Seno, T.
The 3rd International Five-Sense Symposium (5-SENSE 2018)   20 Sep 2018   
Psychological examinations of visual features of the heel professional wrestlers.
Akagi, T., Seno, T. & Ikehata, S.
The 3rd International Five-Sense Symposium (5-SENSE 2018)   20 Sep 2018   
Vection Can Be Modified by the Viewing Attitude of the Observers.
Sato, H., Seno, T. & Remijn B. G.
The 3rd International Five-Sense Symposium (5-SENSE 2018)   20 Sep 2018   

Social Contribution

[Contribution]  (Ohashi Campus, Kyushu University)  12 Oct 2013