Tomoki Shibata

I'm a Ph.D. student
studying Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
at Tufts University.

E-mail: tshibata (at) cs.tufts.edu

My research adviser is Prof. Robert J.K. Jacob.

Research Topics

Designing Implicit User Interfaces to realize richer human computer interactions (2016).

Designing a touch-based text entry mechanism for wearables to address the fat-finger problem (2015).

Leveraging brain measurements to improve target acquisitions (2014).

First Language

Java with Object-Oriented Design syndrome, a sort of illness making me to think everything as object.

Just for Fun

Publications

DriftBoard: A Panning-Based Text Entry Technique for Ultra-Small Touchscreens
Tomoki Shibata, Daniel Afergan, Danielle Kong, Beste F. Yuksel, I. Scott MacKenzie, Robert J.K. Jacob
ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2016
pdf | html | ACM DL
Text Entry for Ultra-Small Touchscreens Using a Fixed Cursor and Movable Keyboard
Tomoki Shibata, Daniel Afergan, Danielle Kong, Beste F. Yuksel, I. Scott MacKenzie, Robert J.K. Jacob
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI 2016 (Interactivity Demonstration)
pdf | html | ACM DL
Brain-Based Target Expansion
Daniel Afergan, Tomoki Shibata, Samuel W. Hincks, Evan M. Peck, Beste F. Yuksel, Remco Chang, Robert J.K. Jacob
ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2014
ACM DL
Building Implicit Interfaces for Wearable Computers with Physiological Inputs: Zero Shutter Camera and Phylter
Tomoki Shibata, Evan M. Peck, Daniel Afergan, Samuel W. Hincks, Beste F. Yuksel, Robert J.K. Jacob
ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2014 (Poster)
pdf | poster | Zero Shutter Camera source code on GitHub | ACM DL

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