180° and 360° video and photography are growing in popularity, and the consumer space has gained an affordable multi-camera setup, which should provide a seamless, end-user friendly, camera-to-social 360° capturing experience...we're pretty sure of that, anyway. READ MORE!
GALLERY 2 IS LIVE! Smaller parts manufacturers, wheel manufacturers, and companies that did clever things with paint and lighting had some interesting wares on show. Considering the nature of modified cars, that’s really what is most important: giving the owner more options to make their ride their own...Japan Style.
GALLERY 2 of the series, wherein we celebrate the unspoken but clearly known co-stars of Tokyo Auto Salon. In addition to appreciating the subjects of the photos, one should also appreciate that all images were shot on an iPhone 7 Plus. Which is actually rather kind of amazing - look for yourself!
On February 22, 1999, Mari Matsunaga, Takeshi Natsuno, and Keiichi Enoki announced the start of the world’s first successful mobile internet service to a small number of people who made it to NTT Docomo’s press conference in Tokyo...the term "Smartphone Zombie," however, was still a good many years away.
Smaller parts manufacturers, wheel manufacturers, and companies that did clever things with paint and lighting had some interesting wares on show. Considering the nature of modified cars, that’s really what is most important: giving the owner more options to make their ride their own...Japan Style.
Sexy cars really don’t require sexy women to accessorize them, but it happens at car shows the world over. What happens much less is a professional photographer intentionally shooting one with nothing but an iPhone 7 Plus. We think you'll dig the results.
A breathtaking buffet for petrolheads and ornithologists clamoring for their eyeful...SHOT ON AN iPHONE! Is the camera in the new iPhone 7 Plus really as good as a real camera? Well, TAS 2017 was a good place to push it. Take a look for yourselves!
Anyone can set up a camera for long exposure shots, but there’s undeniable artistry in choosing one’s subject matter, mastering the composition process, and holding true to a theme; Tokyo, a contemplation of the profound socio-technological complexity of the largest city in human history, delivers an exemplar thereof.
We humans need, or at least want ever more powerful computers - the kind of machines that, one day, probably will power minds far more intelligent and capable than our own. Could Japan's new supercomputer copy/paste the instructions for true, super-human artificial intelligence into a robot? Ummmm...
So...what's the inside line on AIRBNB's current and future prospects here in Japan? Well, it aint't awesome - in fact, here in its second-largest market, some think a giant Japanese hammer is about to crush one of the world's most popular and controversial startups.