Mr. Car/Camera Nerd stopped by the world famous Daikoku Parking Lot recently and snapped a few lovelies. If you don’t know what it means to go to the Daikoku Futo, then use your Google - and whether you do or do not, you'll like this stuff right here.
The brand-new model is called THUMS Version 5. In this version, Toyota has added to the already complex modeling software additional weak and tense muscle models that allow the user to simulate the various positions in which a human body experiences a car crash.
Anyway, just 6 minutes - SIX MINUTES TO ICE CUBES! 405 estimates that, under average environmental conditions (ambient temperature, water temperature, etc.), the New Ice Maker can produce 4 full servings of ice in just 30 minutes. Have you ever waited for ice to freeze? It’s torturous - but this is fantastic.
If it weren't for the wear and obvious age of the cars and elevated tracks, you'd be forgiven for judging the Tokyo Monorail as futuristic and technologically marvelous. And even if the big, big city is old hat, it's hard not to be moved by that ride - but what's holding up the 51-year-old inverted anachronism?
One of Tokyo’s most popular areas, Shinjuku only truly reveals itself at night. Dirty, noisy and somehow vulgar, Shinjuku at night is nonetheless one of the most interesting places to visit in Tokyo. The ward is divided into different smaller areas that are not always welcoming to cameras at night, and for good reason...
Whether it’s collecting cherry blossoms after a cold winter wind, venturing into a unique wilderness in search of birthday cake or stamping documents in a Cold War-era, Eastern bloc country, your next commute to the immigration office will never be the same again.
It's bee a few monts, but Sony finally announced the release date of their spherical speech recognition Bluetooth speaker, BSP60. It is going to be available on July 11. also moves around, getting down to the beat - opening and closing its top speaker covers, with LEDs bouncing along to the rhythm.
It could be a perfect tool for your business trip if you are workaholic...or just part of the new professional economy centering so much about creative yet mobile professionals. So many of us (including Aki Editors) seldom need an office proper. This has appeal!
Sanwa Supply's new light-weight camera backpack (200-BAGBP003BK) is now available for ¥5,480. The shoulder straps are detachable so that it can transform into a shoulder bag according to the user's preference. Hey, looks good to us.