Facebook Connect Twitter Connect RSS Feeds
  • Brands
  • Search
  • Contact

Articles tagged with: japanese technology

Quma, A 3D Motion-Capturing Technology…

Japan certainly is a leading automotives and robots maker, and recently Japan-based SoftEther.com provided another breakthrough in 3D motion-capturing technology. A striking 3D motion-capture figure has been developed by Japan-based SoftEther.

It can create computer graphics and animations in 3D. A (Quma) dummy’s fitted with sets of joint through its body, which is outfitted with sensors which can easily be moved by user. The sensor tracks the movement and a 3D figure on your computer screen does the same movement.

Tokyo Museum Set To Unveil Interactive OLED Globe

The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo will present an OLED geo-cosmos. The Geo-cosmos was designed to display images of the Earth taken from a meteorological satellite, and includes cloud formations and storm patterns.

The globe measures six meters around and has a resolution of approximately 10 million pixels, spanning 103,620 PMOLED (Passive Matrix OLED) panels, each measuring 96 sq mm.

Panasonic Camcorders Come Back To Life

Panasonic has resurrected its Sanyo Xacti with the same specifications as the original models, with a few tweaks here and there. The first model is called the HX-WA10 and is pretty much a replica of Sanyo’s Xacti Waterproof DMX-CA100 /VPC-CA100, except this time it has a 16MP sensor.