Japanese designer Yasuhiro Suzuki has designed a special pleasure boat in the shape of a zip: "the wake looks like a zip that you undo".
Kyoto University and the company Sumitomo Forestry are working on the development of wooden satellites: the goal is to reduce space pollution
A group of Japanese researchers has built a robot that can be controlled with the mind thanks to a device that synchronizes brain activity
Within 12 months, the Japanese giant Toyota is expected to unveil a solid-stage lithium-ion battery electric car prototype: it will be a real technological revolution.
A Japanese startup has developed a smart mask that connects to the smartphone's Bluetooth and translates the words spoken in 9 languages.
It is called POIMO and the first inflatable scooter: it is carried in the backpack and, if necessary, can be inflated with a small electric pump.
Honda's R&D department is working to develop a special fabric for car seats that is resistant to all types of stains.
Yamaha Corporation has developed and tested a smartphone app that allows you to "cheer from home" even in closed-door stadiums.
A university in Tokyo, Japan, used "Newme" robots in place of the students during a graduation ceremony: the students remotely controlled their 'substitutes'.
The video of the Italian Cristiano Aresu, from Japan, who claims that the antiviral Avigan is effective for the treatment of Coronavirus, is popular on Facebook.
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