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Azumi MAEKAWA (completed AIS in March 2021 ) won the 2021 James Dyson Award ''National finalists"

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September 21, 2021

Azumi MAEKAWA (Project Associate at RCAST, completed AIS in March 2021 ) and his teams won the 2021 James Dyson Award ''National finalists" for their work, "Behind The Game".
The top three works from 28 countries, including this work, will now proceed to the International stages of the competition. The results of the selection of the top 20 of 28 countries will be announced by mid-October.

The James Dyson Award is an international design award that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers.

About Project

Physical sports play an important role in our daily lives. However, it is challenging to play inter-personal sports remotely. One of the problems is the time lag. The time lag decreases the reaction speed and accuracy of action of the remote player. To compensate for the time lag, we propose an approach that automates the player's actions for a moment based on predictions.
Behind The Game is a system for achieving a well-balanced inter-personal sports game between remote and local players. It overcomes remote player's disadvantages caused by a time lag without compromising the user's subjective experience.。

ehind The Game

Behind The Game



【Team Member】
Hiroto SAITO
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