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A short film directed by Johnathan Bensimon features a walk signal man taking a nice little stroll through the streets of Tokyo. The video is a compilation of over 1,000 individual digital stills. The illuminated suit was made with a whole lot of high...
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Tokyo has been growing very quickly and the construction of new skyscrapers has been posing a problem for the NHK broadcasting company because their 333 meter high Tokyo Tower just isn't tall enough to give complete broadcasting coverage. Their solution...
I've watched a lot of prank videos, and it seems like different parts of the world have their own style because I guess different cultures find different things funny. The one thing that we can all appreciate though is a good laugh at someone else's...
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Masamichi Hayashi, the president of the marine education establishment kyg-lab, is a determined teacher and has dedicated hours and hours of his time to teaching children how fish move and their habits. Seriously, how fish move. And whats better than...
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So Chanel made this awesome Samurai style Armor that allows you to show that you're wallet is fatter than everyone elses' while you're out deflecting arrows and slicing enemies up with your samurai sword (sold separately, of course). Feared...
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Sogo and Seibu department stores in Japan have announced that they will be selling two scarily realistic humanoid "clone" robots that will be fashioned meticulously after the person that purchased them. Orders will be taken from January 1st...
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Samuel Cockedey is a photographer from Northern France that moved to Tokyo in 2000 where he developed a strong interest for tilt-shift photography and time lapse sequences, sometimes incorporating the former in the latter. Tilt-shift photography is photography...
A little while back I wrote a blog post on how Nomura's Jellyfish are swarming the seas of Japan . Since then, the Japanese have been trying to figure out what they can do about the jellyfish problem and how they can use the goliath cnidarians. Echizen...
Osaka, Japan is having an Aqua Metropolis festival and these alien looking watercrafts are actually going to serve a very healthy purpose. These vessels are in place to purify the water! Each one of these "Solar UFOs" has 27 solar panels that...
The Japanese never cease to amaze me. As the Japanese population is getting older, nurses are being stretched thin and there just aren't enough of them. The people at RIKEN, or Japan’s Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, have built a robonurse...
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A research team led by Shinichi Ue, a professor of biological oceanography at Hiroshima University , has had some very alarming findings off of the pacific coast of Japan. They have been monitoring the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea for jellyfish movement...
If you weren't worried about Japan building huge manned robots and taking over the world, then maybe you will be now! Odaiba Shiokaze park has had a huge makeover, and now, standing right in the middle of it, a "life-sized" Gundam stands...