TOSHIBA’s glassless 3D TV has been revealed at CEATEC Japan 2010






TOSHIBA revealed the rumored glassless  3D TV set to the press on October 4th, 2010, as the part of press tour of CEATEC Japan 2010: a comprehensive IT and electronic trade show. TOSHIBA had developed the technology to project two different images to left and right eye without glasses. According to the several on-site reports, including AV Watch by Impress, and TV Tokyo’s World Business Satellite, the technology is still immature level for the larger display. And you’ll get double image when you walk towards the side. Yet, the capability of watching 3D without annoying glasses would definitely attract to many tech-savvy people. TOSHIBA recognized the needs for the larger […]





Airbag made for human






From TV Tokoy’s World Business Satellite News, a Japanese safety and medical company developed a airbag for human.   © 2008 Prop  – 株式会社プロップ – All Rights Reserved (The images were taken from company’s web site – 画像は会社ホームページより) Safety Life Jacket “Itsumo (Always)” (product page in Japanese)http://www.prop-g.co.jp/product_itsumo.html The device was co-developed by Prop, Chiba University and Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, and sold by Prop, KK. They designed this device for the elderly or the people who works on high places. The device is equipped with acceleration sensor and angular velocity sensor which is similar to iPhone. If those sensor detects the fall, the it ignites the airbag on your back, and absorb the […]





Wasabi Silent Fire Alarm developed by a Japanese Venture






BBC, Nikkei Business Daily and “Gaiya no Yoake” (TV Tokyo’s Business TV Program) reported the invention of a wasabi fire alarm for deaf people. This device is developed by Seems, Inc., a Japanese venture. Seems, Inchttp://www.seems-inc.com/en/index.html The CEO, Naoki Urushibata, began this scent business because of his older sister’s unfortunate death of cancer. He realized that his sister’s body odor started changing as her disease progressed. So he started his company, Seems, Inc., hoping that the technology could discover the cancer in the early stage by diagnosing the “cancer smell” of a patient. Now, Seems, Inc. developed the new technology, a Wasabi Fire alarm. The device blast out the strong smell of […]