The Japanese are known for being incredibly efficient, so you’d expect them to also have the most efficient gizmos. Today, we’re looking at eight Japanese gadgets that we’ve become so dependent on, we can’t live without them!
No back yard? No problem.
Explanation of what kind of person would love the job subtly tells readers that a lot of people would absolutely hate it.
The future of mobility is an exciting frontier that everyone in the automotive world is trying to explore. As a result, companies have taken creative and odd approaches to meet the challenge.
The wizardry starts when rush hour ends.
You likely know that emoji originated in Japan, but do you know how they ended up basically everywhere in the world?
“My packet switches bring all the boys to the yard…”
Stop passing around your phone to share pics – just project them onto the closest wall… or tree!
While Tay, Microsoft US’s deep-learning AI chatbot, devolves into a horrifying racist, Microsoft Japan’s Rinna has other things on her mind…
Now you and your kids can experience the fun of owning a cat without any of the hairballs!
Now, if only there were a 20-sided version, all our characters would be level 60!
Seibu Railways is set to celebrate its 100th anniversary with a brand new limited-express train. As innovative and cool as the proposed design is, the concept art is rather unfortunate-looking…
New frontier in otaku tech smashes crowdfunding goal, set to ship soon.
Here’s how much real-world money it’ll cost you to play in Sony’s virtual video game domain.
Vietnamese hobbyist Trần Vũ Trúc, using mostly undisclosed programming wizardry, introduced this Firefox browser-based emulator that adds a pixelized 3-D effect to many of the NES’s best games.
Company’s first Future Lab design aims to revolutionize how we listen to music.
A Japanese inventor creates a projection mapping-enabled keyboard with letters that fly out into space as you type.
Celebrity inventor and “Greatest Scientist in History” Dr. NakaMats throws his support behind the Republican front-runner in the form of the mightiest weapon known to man: Guard Wig.
The electronics giant recently showed off a prototype device that can project an interactive, smartphone-like display onto any surface.
Mitsubishi says it’s coming close to perfecting the kind of floating “hologram” images seen in sci-fi films—and it hopes to introduce the “Aerial Display” technology in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.