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Visible-Light Communication Projector Adds Information To The Projected Image

At the University of Tokyo, the Naemura Group is researching interactive ways of presentating information, using a projector that communicates through visible light. A visible-light communication projector can add information to the pr[...]
Visible-Light Communication Projector Adds Information To The Projected Image

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Actroid-F Robot Gets A Brother And An Eye Implant

AIST has developed a male version of its android robot Actroid-F, which was first shown to the public last year. These human-like robots imitate the movements of the people they are watching, and are currently being placed as observers[...]
Actroid-F Robot Gets A Brother And An Eye Implant

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Tokyo University developped New Pigment Makes Tumor Cells Glow Red

Tetsuo Nagano’s group at Tokyo University does research on fluorescent pigments, to analyze the molecules in living cells. In the course of this research, the Group has developed a new red fluorescent pigment, called Tokyo Magent[...]
Tokyo University developped New Pigment Makes Tumor Cells Glow Red

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Tokyo U announced Optical Lattice Clock Accuracy with A 100 Quadrillionth Of A Second

Optical lattice clocks are a new type of optical atomic clock. They were proposed in 2001 by University of Tokyo Professor Hidetoshi Katori, and experimentally demonstrated in 2005. Recently, Professor Katori’s group accurately k[...]
Tokyo U announced Optical Lattice Clock Accuracy with A 100 Quadrillionth Of A Second

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The University of Tokyo introduces their first Wearable Ultra-Compact Blood-Flow Sensor

This ultra-compact wearable blood flow sensor was created by a research group from Kyushu and Tokyo Universities. “We’ve developed the world’s first blood flow sensor that can take measurements while you move. Until n[...]
The University of Tokyo introduces their first Wearable Ultra-Compact Blood-Flow Sensor

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