At Keio University, the Nishi Laboratory, in the Department of System Design Engineering (Faculty of Science and Technology), is doing research on how far-reaching communication networks, primarily involving the Internet and various devices, could help to change society.
Y!mobile announced the release of Huawei's in-vehicle Wi-Fi router (404HW)
The Device goes on sale March 26.
The 404HW will be Japan's first in-vehicle Wi-Fi router. Just by inserting it into a cigarette socket, you are able to have a Wi-Fi environment in your car. It even allows you to charge an external device such as a smartphone through the router using a USB cable.
K Company, a Japanese retailer of camera accessories, has released a gorgeous leather camera case for the α7 II (Alpha 7 Mark II).
It is sold for ¥16,000 (~$133), and the product name is Genine Leather Camera Half Case LE-HCSA7 II.
The Nakata-Saikawa Research Lab in the Department of Applied Chemistry at Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology conducts research on organic chemistry of natural products.
Canon announced that they are releasing new mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera "EOS M3" on March 26.
EOS M3 has improved auto focus performance, with AF speed reaching up to 3.8 times faster than the previous model.
The first teaser for the live action Attack on Titan movie was unveiled.
The official 30 second teaser was aired on some TV shows in Japan this morning, but it hasn't yet been uploaded on the official website for the movie.
Although there is no clean movie trailer available yet, someone posted footage from one of the TV shows on Youtube. Check it out and you can watch the teaser after 58 seconds.
As part of a project to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology, the University has started an innovative research project involving the industrial, government, and academic sectors. This project is called the Keio Innovation Foundry, or KIF. Its participants have formed a consortium, to co-develop technologies from the Faculty of Science and Technology that are close to having commercial applications. The aim is to pursue a diverse range of joint research, with lively interchange among researchers in all three sectors.
Today, Nintendo and DeNA announced that they have entered into a business and capital alliance.
They are planning to jointly develop gaming applications using Nintendo's intellectual property such as software and characters. They intend to open related services by this autumn.