Japanese Technology from the Future SATURDAY but was Supposed to Be Friday!

Japanese Technology from the Future SATURDAY but was Supposed to Be Friday!

This week it’s Japan thinking about investing a bunch of cash and tech into cancer treatment in India, which is nice, NTT Data Canada has significantly upped some jobs predictions in Nova Scotia, and even we're saying "NTT Data Canada?", and SCHAFT Robotics has left the DARPA building, which is kind of a bummer, but intriguing. 

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Nikon - D810 - 36.35MP DSLR without optical low-pass filter

Nikon announced the release of their new digital single lens reflex camera D810. It will be out on sale for 348,300 yen in mid July.

Also, the lens kit (D810 24-85 VR Lens Kit), which comes with the D810 camera and the AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens, will be available for 405,000 yen on the same day.

Analytical Research on Cell Response Mechanisms Related to Diseases

At Keio University, the Imoto Laboratory, in the Department of Biosciences and Informatics, utilizes research methods from molecular biology and cell biology, primarily chemical biology, to analyze cell control abnormalities related to cancer and neurodegenerative disorders at the level of genes and proteins. The researchers also aim to develop low-molecular-weight compounds that could become drug leads.

Thanko - Folding Fan-brella

To make you feel a bit more comfortable on rainy humid days, Thanko has introduced a folding umbrella with mini electric fan - called "Folding Fan-brella".

Those blades of the mini electric fan are made of a soft material so it is worry-free - the blades won't hurt you.

Epson - Mobile inkjet printer that fits in your bag

Epson yesterday announced that they will make a full-scale entry into the mobile inkjet printer business. They also unveiled the Japanese smallest and lightest A4 paper-sized mobile inkjet printer "PX-S05".

It is due to be released in late September.

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