At Keio University, the Sugimoto Group, in the Faculty of Science and Technology, is doing research on augmented reality environments, which enable interactions to take account of user recognition and situations in the actual environment.
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.
This week Americans are a few steps closer to experiencing the kind of high-speed rail travel that Japan’s ALREADY HAD FOR LIKE 50 YEARS, and a Tsukuba-based company says they’ve made a considerable breakthrough in adding touchy-feely to the looky-looky of virtual and augmented reality systems.
As a part of their research into wearable computing, Docomo are working with the possibility of pairing smartphones with head-mounted interfaces. At CEATEC 2013, they demonstrated a variety of situations where this technology could be utilized in the future.
To celebrate the release of the Hatsune Miku collaborated Xperia smartphone "Xperia feat. HATSUNE MIKU SO-04E" from NTT docomo, for a limited time, Metro Hat (one of the buildings at Roppongi Hills in Tokyo), has been transformed into the Hatsune Miku outdoor concert venue.
"HATSUNE MIKU AR STAGE" takes place only from July 16 to July 21, from 19:30 to 23:00 every day for 5 days.