Jun 24, 2014

For three years in a row, China’s Tianhe-2 is still the fastest supercomputer in the world according to Top500‘s biannual compilation of the fastest computers on Earth. Tianhe-2 was developed...Read More


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Oct 21, 2013

During the recent Createc Japan 2013 event last September 30, Murata Manufacturing showcased what they developed as the world’s smallest electronic components. These ultra small-sized chip component is only about...Read More


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Mar 23, 2013

The Smart Trash Can which moves autonomously to catch garbage tossed to the air was shown during the Japan Media Arts Festival on February. The technology, developed by Minoru Kurata,...Read More


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Mar 4, 2013

Ricoh Company, Ltd. in Japan is currently developing a camera that takes a full 360 degrees panoramic image in a single shot. The camera is using two fish-eyed lenses each...Read More


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Feb 19, 2013

The rapid changes in TV technology are giving sleepless nights to makers as well as broadcasters. They have to keep up with the evolving needs of the consumers to stay...Read More


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Jan 22, 2013

Activelink, a subsidiary of Panasonic Corp., is currently developing a power amplification robot called “Power Loader” to augment human strength which can be used in emergencies and construction sites. The...Read More


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Dec 1, 2012

Reuters TV official channel recently began streaming a feature video about the latest piloted giant robot called “Kuratas”. We have posted before about its showcase during the 2012 Wonder Festival...Read More


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Nov 16, 2012

At 651 ppi in a 2.3-inch display, Japan Display Inc. (JDI) developed the world’s highest resolution LCD which is about twice as high as that of smartphone displays of the...Read More


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Nov 9, 2012

A group of scientists at Chiba Insititute of Technology, led by Shuro Nakajima, has developed a robotic wheelchair that can climb steps and overcome various other obstacles. Using only a...Read More


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Oct 14, 2012

A research group at Keio University in Japan has developed a Motion Copy System which is then used in the Calligraphy robot to reproduce the detailed brush strokes and movements....Read More


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