Masayuki Sugawara

According to our database1, Masayuki Sugawara
  • authored at least 15 papers between 2005 and 2016.
  • has a "Dijkstra number"2 of five.

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2016
Viewers' optimization of preferred viewing distance by spatial resolution of TV display.
Displays, 2016

2014
Ultra-High-Definition Television (Rec. ITU-R BT.2020): A Generational Leap in the Evolution of Television [Standards in a Nutshell].
IEEE Signal Process. Mag., 2014

2013
Sensation of Realness From High-Resolution Images of Real Objects.
TBC, 2013

UHDTV Image Format for Better Visual Experience.
Proceedings of the IEEE, 2013

2010
Design of Primaries for a Wide-Gamut Television Colorimetry.
TBC, 2010

Multidirectional MTF measurement of digital image acquisition devices using a Siemens star.
Proceedings of the Digital Photography VI, 2010

2009
Social Robot Design.
Proceedings of the Human Centered Design, 2009

2008
Ultrahigh-definition color video camera system with 8K×4K pixels.
J. Electronic Imaging, 2008

Viewing angle dependency of visually-induced motion sickness in viewing wide-field images by subjective and autonomic nervous indices.
Displays, 2008

Perceptual limit to display resolution of images as per visual acuity.
Proceedings of the Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XIII, 2008

2007
Comparing realness between real objects and images at various resolutions.
Proceedings of the Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XII, San Jose, CA, USA, January 29, 2007

2006
Real-time gain correction method using a reference light for an area-parallel-type frame-transfer charge-coupled device with multi-output taps.
J. Electronic Imaging, 2006

Image Quality Management for the Super Hi-Vision System at the Kyushu National Museum.
IEICE Transactions, 2006

The viewing angle dependency in the presence of wide field image viewing and its relationship to the evaluation indices.
Displays, 2006

2005
Viewing angle effects from wide field video projection images on the human equilibrium.
Displays, 2005


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