Japanese Startup News from the Heart of the Movement
SoftBank Robotics sent out a press release that its personal robot, Pepper, will start working as a beauty advisor robot in a Loft store in Shibuya (Tokyo) and Yokohama (Kanagawa) on July 25.
Honda Walk Assist, which supports gait rehabilitation, will be released for customers on a leasing basis in November.
Honda Walk Assist is a therapeutic, wearable robotic device designed to help induce inverted natural pendulum-type walking. It can be used for walking training under the guidance of doctors or rehabilitation staff.
Ahead of its release, Sony will start showcasing new flagship mirorrless interchangeable-lens camera - α7R II (Alpha 7 R Mark 2) - in Sony's stores in Ginza (Tokyo), Nagoya (Aichi), and Osaka (Osaka).
It will be available for sale on August 7. The estimated price is ¥440,000 (~$3,550).
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Green House is going to release 2 playful USB drive models in late July.
The models are a dice game version (UFDCSA8G-DC) and roulette version (UFDCSA8G-RL), and you can actually play with them - which is important. Because storing and moving data lacks
Panasonic is selling a 9-megapixel omnidirectional camera that triples the resolution compared to conventional 3-megapixel cameras.
Unlike cameras to date, this new camera also offers three Intelligence features.