Yamato Miyatake is a software engineer at Bosch Japan, Cross-domain computing solutions. He has an experience in sensor development for driver assistance/automated driving. This consists of radar and camera perception development.
His research experience includes visuo-haptic interface and 3D food printing. He developed a projection-based visuo-haptic interface and a data embedding system inside food using a 3D food printer at Sato laboratory at Osaka University.
MSc in Engineering, 2022
BSc in Engineering, 2020
HaptoMapping is a projection-based visuo-haptic augmented reality (VHAR) system, that can render visual and haptic content independently and present consistent visuo-haptic sensations on physical surfaces. HaptoMapping controls wearable haptic displays by embedded control signals that are imperceptible to the user in projected images using a pixel-level visible light communication technique.
The following paper is presented in the demonstration at SIGGRAPHAsia 2020 Emerging Technologies. Yamato Miyatake, Takefumi Hiraki, Tomosuke Maeda, Daisuke Iwai, Kosuke Sato. Visuo-Haptic Display by Embedding Imperceptible Spatial Haptic Information into Projected Images.
The following paper is presented in the oral session at EuroHaptics 2020. Yamato Miyatake, Takefumi Hiraki, Tomosuke Maeda, Daisuke Iwai, Kosuke Sato. Visuo-Haptic Display by Embedding Imperceptible Spatial Haptic Information into Projected Images.