HoloBurner: Mixed reality equipment for learning flame color reaction by using aerial imaging display

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All 19 presentations are accessible on-demand in the virtual platform from 6 December 2021 to 11 March 2022.
Out of which, 13 Emerging Technologies will have physical exhibits onsite in Hall E, Tokyo International Forum from 15 - 17 December 2021.
Live demonstrations and Q&As for the respective presentations will be taking place at the specified Date/Time below.

Description: The HoloBurner system is a mixed reality instrument for chemistry experiments to learn about the color reaction of flames. The system consists of a real Bunsen burner and an aerial image display that shows a holographic image of a flame at the tip of the burner.

Toshikazu Ohshima, Ritsumeikan University, College of Image Arts and Sciences, Japan
Kai Nishimoto, Ritsumeikan University, College of Image Arts and Sciences, Japan

Toshikazu Ohshima is a professor at Ritsumeikan University since 2006. He received a Doctorate from University of Tsukuba, Graduate School of Engineering. Then he joined in Canon Inc. and served as a researcher for research and development of virtual reality since 1991. He worked as a senior researcher in a national project at Mixed Reality Laboratory Inc. since 1997. He served as a section chief at MR R&D section in Canon Inc. since 2001. His research interests are mixed reality technologies and its deployment in education, medical and art field.

Kai Nishimoto was a student at College of Image Arts and Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, where he received his B.A. in 2019. He works at Bandai Namco Entertainment, Inc. since 2019.