Hirotaka Aoki

Hirotaka Aoki is an Associate Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology. He received his PhD in Engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology. His current research interests lie in the application of eye tracking techniques to cognitive work analysis, usability engineering and consumer behaviour analysis.


Gaze Interaction and Applications of Eye Tracking: Advances in Assistive Technologies
Päivi Majaranta, Hirotaka Aoki, Mick Donegan, Dan Witzner Hansen, John Paulin Hansen, Aulikki Hyrskykari, Kari-Jouko Räihä. © 2012. 382 pages.
Recent advances in eye tracking technology will allow for a proliferation of new applications. Improvements in interactive methods using eye movement and gaze control could...
Methods and Measures: An Introduction
John Paulin Hansen, Hirotaka Aoki. © 2012. 8 pages.
Understanding users’ behaviour is one of the most crucial aspects in successful design of human–computer interaction. Experiments with prototypes of gaze interaction systems...
Conclusion and a Look to the Future
Mick Donegan, Päivi Majaranta, John Paulin Hansen, Aulikki Hyrskykari, Hirotaka Aoki, Dan Witzner Hansen, Kari-Jouko Räihä. © 2012. 12 pages.
Gaze-controlled computers had already been utilized successfully for well over two decades before the COGAIN project started. However, those actually benefitting from the...