At the symposium, there will be an exhibition of illusion displays, ranging from 2D posters to 3D sculptures. The exhibition will be displayed on all the three days during the symposium, and in particular the demo night will take place in the evening of the first day, March 4, in which the exhibitors will explain about their artworks. Submissions of display proposals should include

  1. Title of the display
  2. Author name(s) and affiliation(s)
  3. Short description of the display including the size
  4. Image showing the display
  5. Requirements such as power supply, desk (width 180, depth 45), poster board, display monitor, projector, screen, etc.
Deadline of the submissions: January 31, 2015

The submission should be done by e-mails to:
Kokichi Sugihara, Organizing Chair, Meiji University

Demoes at the Exhibition

List of Demoes at the Exhibition

# Exhibition with (*) mark will be presented at the oral presentation session at 16:30-18:00 on March 4.

# Japanese Introduction of the Demo Exhibition

  1. Dejan Todorović (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
    The Mona Lisa Effect in Mirror Images (*)

  2. Sergio Roncato (University of Padova, Italy)
    Contours Redrawing in Half-Light

  3. Baingio Pinna (University of Sassari, Italy)
    Shape and Color from Contours

  4. Brian Rogers (University of Oxford, UK)
    'Virtual' Reverspectives and Hollow Faces

  5. Ryu Satoh (Independent Artist, Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture), Gianluca Sanvido (Independent Sculptor, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture), Norman Cook (Kansai University)
    The Three Graces (*)

  6. Akiyoshi Kitaoka (Ritsumeikan University)
    Color Illusions Accompanied by Color Constancy Phenomena

  7. Masanori Idesawa (The University of Electro-Communications)
    Optical Illusions from the UEC Museum of Communications (*)

  8. Kohske Takahashi, Katsumi Watanabe (The University of Tokyo)
    Expansion/Contruction Blindness

  9. Simone Gori (University of Padua, Italy)
    When Integration of Motion Signals Fails in Recreating Reality (*)

  10. Chiharu Toi (Ochanomizu University)
    Full-Body Illusion Using Oculus Rift

  11. Haruki Takahashi, Homei Miyashita (Meiji University)
    Animation Affecting the Operation Feeling on GUI Environment (*)

  12. Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji University)
    Impossible Objects, Impossible Motions, and Ambiguous Cylinders

  13. Shoko Kikuchi, Akiyoshi Kitaoka (Ritsumeikan University)
    Effects of Surface Inclination and Nose Direction on the Perception of Gaze Direction

  14. Tamio Hoshika (Sojo University)
    Swell of wave 13·R
    Motion illusion 014R·2×16

  15. Yasushi Yamaguchi (The University of Tokyo)
    Visual Cryptography for Continuous-Tone Images (*)

  16. Shuichiro Taya (Taisho Universtiy)
    Instant Fading (*)
    Frog-hand Illusion (*)

  17. Yuichi Kaji (Tokyo Kasei Gakuin University, Japan), Kohske Takahashi (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Miho Kitamura (NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Japan), Norimichi Kitagawa (NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Japan)
    Illusory Flow in Random Display

  18. Kumiko Higashimuki, Akiyoshi Kitaoka (Ritsumeikan University)
    Stable and Unstable Triangles: a New Gestalt Illusion

  19. Shuichiro Taya (Taisho University), Masayuki Sato (The University of Kitakyushu)
    A Variation of the Pulfrich Pendulum

  20. Makoto Ichikawa (Chiba Univ.), Atsushi Osa (Yamaguchi Univ.), Hidetoshi Miike (Yamaguchi Univ.)
    Angle Illusion in Viewing Pictures with Linear Perspective

  21. Hideki Todo (The University of Tokyo)
    2.5D Effects for Hand-Drawn Illustration