Published on July 19th,2010 at 1:22 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

[Video] TEPIA – Tokyo’s finest Robot & Science museum.

TEPIA - Tokyo’s finest Robot & Science museum.

Recently re-open to the public, TEPIA is Tokyo finest museum / memorial on all advance technology and industrial robots. And Since April, TEPIA is holding a very interesting exhibit, named : “Advanced Technology Exhibition Hall” where TEPIA curators collected some of the most interesting technology, concept and materials gathered in several halls accessible to all.

This exhibition is free and definitively worth checking if you are visiting Tokyo. Now for those of you who cannot travel to Tokyo we have a 23 minute long video where, in my “Poor” English I am trying to give you a rough tour of the main hall.

Unfortunately and due to some technical glitches we won’t be able to show you the other half of this video, as you will see we had a major audio problem making both video and audio out of sync, and we are truly sorry for that, believe me, there were some pretty cool stuff on the other half of this video

Anyway, we really hope you will enjoy this, quite long video, and once again make sure to go and visit TEPIA if you are around Tokyo this summer.

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Comments
 

  • John

    Could you tell us where it is?
    How about a map?

    • Daimaou – G-A.G

      What about following the link below the video ;-)

  • Sorin

    Actually, Your work is _impressive_. Real review of the really interesting things from the top of technology. Can we download/save the video?

    • Sorin

      Surely I do like very much the explanations of every little thing that You made for us. Fortunately now I can see what are Japanese people looking for, what spheres of their life they are trying to simplify and make more useable. Your “journalisitc” work is made well. Thank You and Your iron-hands operator ^_^

  • Nick

    I am intrigued in the human torso doll with internal organs inside. Can you explain what it is for? Cannot find it inside your video. Thanks. (image 010)

    • Daimaou – G-A.G

      This part was way out of sync… Anyway this torso is made to display internal organs for doctor students to get familiar with… Turn the Torso and you will see all organs that are at the torso back, or side or…

    • Nick

      Thanks so much. Appreciate your hard working video and photo shootings. Great to learn about Japanese attractions.

  • http://alexkane.net Alex

    Very nice, I have some similar videos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexkane/sets/72157622893355242/

    They’re from the IREX in Odaiba in September.

 

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