Holiday Gift Guide 2014: AkihabaraNews' Top 15 Japanese Gadgets
Editor
- December 18, 2014
Casio developed the EX-100PRO digital camera to meet the needs of university/corporate researchers and sports professionals. It features a function that synchronizes up to 7 EX-100PRO cameras and can control all of them through an Android tablet that has the dedicated application, which can be very helpful for the process of experiment analysis at laboratories or for analysis of complicated motion mechanics.
Editor
- December 18, 2014
USJ (Universal Studio Japan) , located in Osaka prefecture, is going to hold an event called "Universal Cool Japan" for a limited time only from January 23 to May 10 in 2015. Through the event, you can have fun at attractions made based on Evangelion, Attack on Titan, Bio Hazard, and Monster Hunter.
Editor
- December 18, 2014
Holiday Gift Guide 2014: AkihabaraNews' Top 15 Japanese Gadgets
Well, we’ve put together quite a range: from $6 sushi socks to an $80 HD-video spywatch to a $130 Japanese pasta maker to a $2,000 emotional robot - there’s something for everyone on your list...even if your list is just you!
Editor
- December 17, 2014
Sony has developed an innovative display module that transforms your eyewear into a wearable device. By attaching the display module to your eyewear and putting them on, you will get a sub-window displayed in front of you without blocking your site. Sony will show it at the 2015 International CES.
Holiday Gift Guide 2014: AkihabaraNews' Top 15 Japanese Gadgets
Casio developed the EX-100PRO digital camera to meet the needs of university/corporate researchers and sports professionals. It features a function that synchronizes up to 7 EX-100PRO cameras and can control all of them through an Android tablet that has the dedicated application, which can be very helpful for the process of experiment analysis at laboratories or for analysis of complicated motion mechanics.
USJ (Universal Studio Japan) , located in Osaka prefecture, is going to hold an event called "Universal Cool Japan" for a limited time only from January 23 to May 10 in 2015. Through the event, you can have fun at attractions made based on Evangelion, Attack on Titan, Bio Hazard, and Monster Hunter.
Innami Factory has developed a new type of automated packaging machine, the Ecomailpack IF-EMP450. This machine automatically packs products into cardboard envelopes for mailing, without needing shock-absorbing material.
Holiday Gift Guide 2014: AkihabaraNews' Top 15 Japanese Gadgets
Well, we’ve put together quite a range: from $6 sushi socks to an $80 HD-video spywatch to a $130 Japanese pasta maker to a $2,000 emotional robot - there’s something for everyone on your list...even if your list is just you!
Currently, a "red snow" crab croquette burger is available at McDonald's stores in Japan. It will be sold for only a limited period of time until early January.
Sony has developed an innovative display module that transforms your eyewear into a wearable device. By attaching the display module to your eyewear and putting them on, you will get a sub-window displayed in front of you without blocking your site. Sony will show it at the 2015 International CES.
Mesmerizing GIFs Show Nintendo & PlayStation Controller Evolution
Sony may have nailed the utility right off the bat, but Nintendo’s bold choices from the SNES onward have arguably been much more fun and inspiring. Have a look at the GIFs below...it’s hard to look away!
SoftBank is going to release wireless MIDI music Keyboard C.24 exclusively on December 16 before the rest of the world. It is manufactured by an American startup, Miselu. The price is ¥24,000.
Kaga Hightech will start selling 2 new smartwatch models manufactured by Kronoz LLC in Switzerland on December 26. They are wristwatch-style "ZeWatch2" and wristband-style "ZeBracelet2", and both of them provide a sleep and activity management system. Both will be sold for ¥13,500.
Earphones that comes with Game Boy-like remote-control microphone will be released for ¥2,138 on December 19 by Datel Japan.

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