Articles tagged with: iPad
HAKO-ANI (Box Sister) is a holographic display designed for use with iPad and other tablet devices. It allows users to enjoy 3D images projected from their tablet to a pyramid shaped holographic display. This means fans of virtual idols, such as Hatsune Miku can use it to enjoy tiny “live” performances from the comfort of their home. The tablet version of HAKO-ANI will be available on August 1st and will cost ¥36,750 ($467 US).
HAKOANI via Asiajin
You can be fed candy (virtually) by four Japanese young ladies with Halls Eater. It’s a free iPhone/iPhone app to market Halls candy.
You can select one of the four beauties, touch the screen and close your fingers together to simulate your mouth biting down. You’ll be rewarded with phrases of encouragement and praise from the cuties. OR if you really want to have fun with it, you should do what this guy does! Video below.
You let your fingers do the walking with “Walky”, an iPad application used to control a bipedal robot with simple finger movements. Walky is said to take a WYSIWYG (what is see is what you get) approach to robot control. The robot’s legs basically imitate your fingers’ movements on the iPad, making it easy for anyone to pick up the tablet and take a robot for a walk. As opposed to regular controllers that take some time to master.
This iPad version is a follow up to the app for the …
iProject25 is 25 iPads synced together to form a huge interactive display. This was one of the most eye-catching and imaginative installations at this year’s Tokyo Designers Week.
So why 25 iPads? The design was commissioned by the Environmental Ministry of Japan as was a part of their “Challenge 25” event to mark 25th anniversary of Tokyo Designers week, fitting isn’t it?. They wanted art that brought awareness to various global environmental problems. And they got this …
The creators, given their musical backgrounds, designed iProject25 with inspiration from the art of …
FLAVIUS is a low cost point of sales cash register centered around the iPad. It was recently featured at the Interfood Japan Izakaya Expo.
The iPad (and iPod) is used both as an ordering device and a cash register. It was also has an attendance and revenue management system which is in-sync with online data.
FLAVIUS was not the iPad’s only showing at the Interfood expo. A system which allowed customers to order from the comfort of their seats using the apple product was also featured. Japan is taking full advantage of …