OMRON SINIC X Research Paper Accepted for CHI 2024, the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction

  • April 05, 2024

OMRON SINIC X Corporation (Headquarters: Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Masaki Suwa; hereinafter referred to as "OSX") is pleased to announce that a research paper by Principal Investigator Shigeo Yoshida, among others, has been accepted for the ACM (Association of Computing Machinery) CHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2024).

CHI is the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction. A total of 1,060 papers(About 26%) were accepted out of 4,028 submissions in 2024. The conference takes place in Honolulu, at the Hawaiハサi Convention Center on the island of Oハサahu, Hawaiハサi, USA from 11-16 May 2024. A paper accepted for CHI 2024 presents a new embodied system concept, Swarm Body:縲embodied swarm robots, a group of robots collectively acting as a human body part.

笆Paper accepted for CHI 2024

Title Swarm Body: Embodied Swarm Robots
Authors Sosuke Ichihashi (OSX)縲ヾo Kuroki (OSX)縲`ai Nishimura (OSX)縲゜azumi Kasaura (OSX)縲ゝakefumi Hiraki (Cluster, Inc. Metaverse Lab)縲゜azutoshi Tanaka (OSX)縲ヾhigeo Yoshida (OSX)
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About OMRON SINIC X Corporation
OMRON SINIC X Corporation is a strategic subsidiary seeking to realize the "near future designs" that OMRON forecasts. It is comprised of researchers with cutting-edge knowledge and experience across a wide range of technological domains, including AI, Robotics, IoT, and sensing. With the aim of addressing social issues, OSX integrates innovative technologies with business models and strategies in technology and IP to create near-future designs. Additionally, the company accelerates the creation of these designs through collaborative research with universities and external research institutions. For more details, please refer to

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