Posts filed under: Digi: innovations/tech

About the Work (official description) This magical hologram art uses lasers and mist to give birth to a glistening artwork of light in the air. Light emitted from several different light sources blends according to a program and the points...
MEGURO GAJOEN with half a century’s tradition has completely transformed into a multipurpose community space exuding the pleasant fragrance of highly advanced culture. The facilities available are a fabulous atrium garden, wedding and banquet halls ornamented with traditionl artistic handicrafts...
From August 24th to September 6th, the Irodorisai 2016 event at Isetan Shinjuku, Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi and Mitsukoshi Ginza introduces the future of retail technologies. This is an event not to be missed ! There is a FabCafe pop-up at Mitsukoshi Gina with a “robotic barista”, but...
Takayuki Ohira is creating the next generations of planetarium projectors. In the past, a conventional planetarium reproduced stars ranging up to magnitude 6~7, about 6,000 to 30,000 stars. Meanwhile, the MEGASTAR-I, which was first announced at the IPS (International Planetarium...
Panasonic has developed an image sensor 100 times as sensitive to light as existing technology. With the race to build road-ready autonomous cars heating up, so too is the competition in the electronics needed to make them work. That will...
The researchers at Fujitsu Laboratories have created a next generation user interface which allows the interface to detect the user’s finger as well as what the finger is touching at that time. What it does next is create an interactive...
Japanese purveyor of minimalist modern goods Muji has a new addition joining their home appliance line, a nearly 20″ tall, all-white turbine air purifier. The Muji Air Purifier is engineered around a dual counter fan design which supposedly results in...
Baek Won-in (third from left), the chief executive of ImageNEXT, inspects his company’s booth at 2015 International CES in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Source and image rights: Kim Young-won from The Korea Herald A handful of small but tech-savvy Korean...
The “Neurocam” is a wearable camera system that detects your emotions. It automatically records moments of interest based on an analysis of the users brainwaves. This project has been created by Dentsu Inc. Communication Design Center. This neurowear project was...
Digital Content Expo 2014, held at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, known as Miraikan, in Koto Ward, featured exhibits such as wearable devices that can take photos at one’s happiest moments by analyzing your brainwaves. Be careful...