Published on July 8th,2010 at 6:14 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

Kuroshio Sea Life in 3D from July 19 at Sony’s Building in Ginza

43th Sony Aquarium Event

Dubbed as 43th Sony Aquarium Event, it will start in Sony’s Building in Ginza, Tokyo on July 19. During this annual event which will continue until August 31 Sony will be displaying Okinawa’s Kuroshio sealife in 3-D on a 200-inch screen using a 4K (4,096 x 2,160 resolution) SXRD projector. And admission is free. If you will be in Tokyo during that period, it maybe be good idea to drop by.

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  • thammuz

    Man, that would have been neat to see, even though the FIFA and Savannah stuff was neat to see.

 

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