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Japan’s Industrial Robotics Situation: it’s Interesting. Seriously!

Sweet, More J-Robots! …Oh. Industrial Robots? Okay, today will not be heroic rescue & recovery robots, nor life-changing assistive robots for the disabled and elderly. No, today we’re talking Japan’s industrial robots, and th[...]
Japan’s Industrial Robotics Situation: it’s Interesting. Seriously!

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The University of Tokyo reveals next generation cargo ship concept with 50m high sails uses 30% less fuel

The aim of the Wind Challenger Project is to substantially reduce fuel consumption by large merchant vessels. Under development by a group including members from the University of Tokyo, the idea is to utilize giant retractable sails, [...]
The University of Tokyo reveals next generation cargo ship concept with 50m high sails uses 30% less fuel

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Lazona Kawasaki

Here you are the let’s visit Tokyo are back, better than never and with an improved player and HTML5 support… Anyway today’s Let’s Visit Tokyo is a bit special, since actually it not has been shot in Kawasaki at ̶[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Lazona Kawasaki
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Lazona KawasakiLet’s Visit Tokyo – Lazona KawasakiLet’s Visit Tokyo – Lazona Kawasaki

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Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!

A couple of weeks ago the nice folks over at Fujitsu invited us to take a private tour to their Technology hall hidden in Fujitsu Kawasaki Main Office where are kept alive and fully functional some unique vintage computing wonders incl[...]
Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!
Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!

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