This week it’s all about Toyota and California going bananas for hydrogen fuel cell tech, for both buildings and for cars - but mostly for cars, and even though the tech has been just around a corner that seems to be taking about 35 years to navigate, word on the street is that it might actually be reaching feasibility...we'll see.
I miss my cat that lives apart from me with my parents. I sometimes have a strong craving for just sitting next to her and petting her. Yeah, cat cafes are great, but my cat is the cutest. I guess that many people have the same feeling as me.
Tokyo Street Shots
• Collection 3 - SET #5 •
Half digital camera and half smartphone!
Buffalo is going to release the silent Blue LED wireless mouse BSMBW11 series in mid-May.
This mouse series does not make sounds then you click even though it gives you a proper clicking sensation.
You can comfortably use it late at night, at the cafe or during meetings without bothering people around you.
With its Blue LED sensor, you can control the mouse on a clear glass table or clear sheet where it would not be possible to work with a mouse that features optical or laser sensor.
Do Not Go from Adult to Spastic Child in 1.2 Nanoseconds
Terra Motors unveiled a new electric scooter in collaboration with Yumenosora Holdings, the Japanese manga/animation/character goods retailer.
This 1st collaboration product is an electric scooter that has the design of a female character called Calne Ca (Ca is pronounced, Shee-eh) created by Deino. It was displayed in public at the character contents fair "Character1" that took place yesterday at Tokyo Big Sight.
Pleiades System Designs, Inc. released classic humanoid robot designed mobile battery "OZAKI O!tool Battery 2600mAh".
To charge the mobile battery, open the cover on the robot's mouth. The cover protects the connection from dust and particles.
It is able to fully charge an iPhone one time. It has an LED light to check the remaining power and a place to attach a strap.
100,000,000 EF lenses!
Canon today announced that on April 22, Canon achieved production of one hundred million of its EF lens (interchangeable lens for the EOS series). As an interchangeable lens, EF lens for the EOS series became the most manufactured camera lens in the world.
Canon started manufacturing the EF lens in 1987. The 100 millionth model that was manufactured was the "EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4x".