1) Traditional Japanese dolls being traditional, (2) Micro-optical resonators creating wallets for light, (3) Teaser video for live action Attack on Titan movie, (4) CASIO throws down on the G-SHOCK marketing, and (5) Summer taiko drumming performance in Ebisu!
At the same summer festival in Ebisu that was featured in last week's Let's Visit Tokyo video, we were able to capture one of the Taiko acts from the opening ceremony on one of the days. Watch an entire Taiko session from start to finish in front of Ebisu station.
We all know that the iPod wasn't the first MP3 player, the iPhone wasn't the first smartphone, and the iPad wasn't the first tablet, and when it comes to watches, CASIO has to know that they won’t be able to lean on legacy for very long.
If you’re reachable by terrestrial radio waves or GPS signals from space, this watch will always be accurate within about 15 nanoseconds or less. And sure, you can pop out the electronic crown with a twist and pull and set the time manually, or just like, you know, pretty much never do that again. Come meet the beautiful hulk!
The Nakata-Saikawa Research Lab in the Department of Applied Chemistry at Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology has been conducting synthesis research targeting natural organic compounds with complex and unique structures, and has successfully synthesized abundantly varied ansa compounds that cannot be created in the natural world.
Canon is releasing new mirrorless EOS M3 camera on March 26. It has improved auto focus performance, with AF speed reaching up to 3.8 times faster than the previous model. It will be available in 4 packages/configurations.
The VERY first teaser for the live action "Attack on Titan" movie was unveiled! Check it out and you can watch the teaser after the 58-second mark. Snacking on real live humans is guaranteed in this film. Yum.
Nintendo and DeNA announced that they have entered into a business and capital alliance. They will work hard together to develop gaming applications for smartphones using Nintendo's characters and software, and introduce them to the global market.
SJCAM's Action Cam SJCAM SJ5000+ is now available at Ikeshop in Japan. It shoots a 1080p/60FPS footage at 30 meters below the surface of the sea and supports Wi-Fi. The SJ5000+ is a successor model to the previous SJ4000 Action CAM, which we reviewed last year.