Japanese New Technology
The transportation in the Tokyo area makes one dizzy. Not the transportation itself, which is most often very reliable and even comfortable (if one can avoid rush hours). But the numbers are vertiginous. 40 millions riders every day. Almost 15 billions
We all know that the education system in Japan is excellent, higher education especially. Part of that is having great infrastructures for young people to study in the best conditions possible. Just like this new, state-of-the-art library from Seikei University in
A potentially great device. A definitely bad video.
Introducing “Ili”, a (supposedly) great, translating device. You speak in English, the translator delivers the translation into Japanese (and Chinese). The idea is wonderful (it remains to be seen if it truly works
Yet again, Japan has seen an increase in the number of tourists in 2015 (for more information on this, click here), but it does not rest on its laurels.
Surprisingly, despite its well-deserved high-tech reputation, Japan does not provide much in
While prestigious companies like Google are working on developing driverless cars, Japan, not to be undone, is launching a driver-less cab service. The experiment is taking place in the Kanagawa prefecture, South West of Tokyo, starting in March 2016.