MVAR 2016 (logo)

International Workshop on

(MVAR 2016)

Tokyo, Japan, November 16, 2016

In conjunction with ACM ICMI 2016

Multimodal Virtual & Augmented Reality (illustration)


  • Opening and Keynote by Hsin-Ni Ho, NTT Communication Science Laboratories:
    Is the hand trustworthy? Multimodal influence in haptic object perception
  • Schraffenberger, H., and van der Heide, E.
    Multimodal Augmented Reality - The Norm Rather Than the Exception
    1st talk
  • Rosa, N., Werkhoven, P., and Hürst, W.
    (Re-)Examination of Multimodal Augmented Reality
    2nd talk
  • Zhang, E.Y., and Cheok, A.D.
    A Networked Device for Reproducing Multisensory Kissing
    3rd talk
  • Hariri, S., Mustaffa, N.A., Karunanayaka, K., and A.D. Cheok
    Electrical Stimulation of Olfactory Receptors for Digitizing Smell and
    Rhaman, N.E.A., Azhar, A., Karunanayaka, K., Cheok, A.D., Johar, M.A.M., Gross, J., and Aduriz, A.L.
    Implementing new Food Interactions using Magnetic Dining Table Platform and Magnetic Foods
    4th and 5th talk
  • Voinea, A., Moldoveanu, A., and Moldoveanu, F.
    Bringing the Augmented Reality Benefits to Biomechanics Study
    6th talk
  • Nishizawa, M., Jiang, W., Okajima, K.
    Projective-AR System for Customizing the Appearance and Taste of Food
    7th talk
  • Aoyama, S., Iwai, D., and Sato, K.
    Altering Resistive Force Perception by Modulating Velocity of Dot Pattern Projected onto Hand
    8th talk
  • Lugtenberg, G., Sandor, C., Hürst, W., Plopski, A., Taketomi, T., Kato, H., and Rosa, N.
    Changing Perception of Physical Properties using Multimodal Augmented Reality: Position Paper
    9th talk
  • Group photo of the ones who survived the workshop:
    group photo
  • And group photo of the ones who also survived the virtual zombie attack afterward:
    7th talk