Here’s my second video walking down the Takeshita Dori market street in Tokyo interrupted by some pancake that I had to buy.
Walking down to the Asakusa Senso-ji Buddhist Temple in Tokyo.
Sharp presents their 32″ 4K IGZO touchscreen running both Windows and Mac. The screen could be used for photography, displaying text, or point of sale. An Xbox One game is also shown running on a 32″ 4K IGZO display.
Anyone want to use one of these for more than 3 minutes? I’m not impressed with the experience. Sorry.
Here’s a Dog Pedometer, also senses if your dog is shaking. It puts the data on the computer, let’s you see online if your dog is doing enough exercise and if your dog is scared.
The virtual humanoid works through using a pare of glasses and imitates a human being. No date was specified for release other than as soon as possible. The system requires a Windows based computer.
Filmed at the huge Kiddy Land toy store in Tokyo on the Omotesando street.
Here’s a tour of the Rohm booth at CEATEC 2013.
William Lumpkins is an IEEE Senior Member, IEEE 1874 Working Group Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Standards Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Magazine Associate Editor, here he talks about Artificial Intelligence in the home, Japanese Tech culture/marketing, Tech politics and more.
Fujitsu is the number four maker of super computers and formerly number one. Fujitsu’s new Exascale super computer uses a Spark architecture processor and a total of 88,000 CPUS. The Exascale super computer will be built for government use rather than commercial. Supercomputers are used for applications that require large amounts of computing power like predicting disasters.