1) Akihabara in all its 4K beauty, 2) Something super dorky about nerve mechanisms, 3) One of the great title trailers from our new Commuter Gamer feature, 4) A really expensive looking gigantic tomb thingy, and 5) Figuring out how to put AI into telepresence robots so they'll be better at telepresence.
It's easy to grow accustomed to the bombast of everyday life here in Tokyo, but it's also nice to get an occasional reminder of how beautiful the city can be. Photographer and videographer Aaron Grimes' In Motion elegantly captures what the majority of Tokyo's denizens probably take for granted.
You’ll see here the Fujifilm X-T1 Silver Graphite Edition tested for two weeks, solely in the arena of street cat photography - it's s smaller than your DSLR, but it’s certainly not pocket- or even purse-sized. It’s a big camera for taking big photos, for when you absolutely, positively must capture that moment. Read me and look at kittehs!
Here in Japan, the same popular characters are popular (although the bad guys are much more appreciated), but often they’re just doing other stuff. Like...well, for example: in Japan, the visage of an evil, genocidal dark lord is used to sell Goodyear Tires. Maybe because...both are black?
It is the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate that ruled Japan for over 250 years. The design and complexity of the shrine’s decorations are unique, and they present a marked contrast to the typically simple and understated shrines in Japan.
Epson announced the release of new stick-style PC "Endeavor SY01." Following a recent trend to boost power without running too hot, the thumbdrive PC has a built-in cooling fan. They will start accepting orders in late May.
Introducing the Commuter Gamer! Four titles tested and rated in real-life Tokyo commuting - this month’s selection of games offers chilled out rides, crazy all-out racing, and some peculiarities in between, all to keep your commute a quick and enjoyable experience!