Tagged: Japan

Gundam themed rooms and suite at bayside hotel in Tokyo

Gundam themed hotel rooms Tokyo

Being a Gundam fan you should already be living in Japan but if you haven’t been fortunate enough until now, then this is perhaps the right time to pack your bags and fly to Tokyo (your capital of anime dreams). In Tokyo, Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba is luring the geek in you with world’s first Gundam themed rooms. Some may go on to compare these with the batman themed motel room, but we’d perhaps refrain. Read More…

Honda shows robotic unicycle for hands free personal mobility

It’s our selected choice of future mobility and so it will be for every geek out there. The recently showcased Uni-Cub, hands free personal mobility device, is what I am talking about. Steered by turning the body from side-to-side, this Honda’s new robotic innovation was displayed by Mamoru Mori, former astronaut and executive director of National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo.
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Sharp 3D fan with integrated ion generator will freeze you to death this summer

Someone has rightly said that the invention is a legacy of the intellectual. Well, Sharp has pretty well bolstered the saying by giving a new spin to the idea of designing domestic fans. Japan based designer and manufacturer of electronic products has introduced a pair of beautiful fans that boast 3D motion and integrate ion generators. The tube-shaped Slim Ion Fan comes with three built-in sensors to examine temperature, humidity, and sunlight. It collects the data, reads it, and operates accordingly.
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Japanese device robotic rings, setting up a wonderful future of wearable robots

When it’s about the spookiest of researches, we always hand it out to the Japanese, consider otherwise – well Keio University’s latest robot rings are just perfect to affirm our case. The rings are made to mimic the eyes and mouth movement, and like all ordinary rings are made to be worn on the fingers. When worn on the hand the robot serves as a medium of communication with the basic idea of enhancing animal-like, imitation that we make with our hands.
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