In Tokyo have created a sophisticated technology Museum, combining nature and media

In Tokyo have created a sophisticated technology Museum, combining nature and media

Visitors will be able to interact with virtual images, and exhibitions of the Museum.

In summer Two thousand eighteen a team of Japanese designers, programmers and engineers plans to open in Tokyo first in the world Ultratechnology Museum. There will be no static objects, but space will fill interactive multimedia projections and illusions. The project should completely change the way people think about Museum standards, and to show the aesthetic combination of technology and nature.

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In addition, the projection and exhibition, which will be able to interact with people will be constantly changing, says CNN. This will be one of the unique characteristics Ultratechnology Museum because of the painting or sculpture is a finished artwork, and multimedia presentations can be improved and updated.

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The Museum’s area is 10 thousand square meters. Interactive digital art is here projected not only onto walls, floors or displayed on the displays. So, when visitors will pass near the bushes of the cherry blossoms that grow near the building, they will gradually podsvechivaya from far lands all the way to the place where people. Also, there will be multi-colored projection on the bamboo groves and other plants. According to the teamLab team, which is developing the project, the border between man and nature is blurred. That’s what they wanted to donate, join the Museum’s exhibitions and even trees.

«Full implementation of the project teamLab in reality will cost millions of dollars,» say the founders. It is not known whether it will be commercially viable or not, but everyone in the team believes that is important and interesting, so do everything to better convey your idea.

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As mentioned previously, Japanese scientists have created robots that can perform physical exercise. New skeleton printed on a 3-D printer, and building it repeats human bones. The design mimics the human spine, and keep the balance helps the sensory nervous system. Robots equipped with artificial intelligence and during exercise even know how to sweat.

Videojapanese scientists have created robots that can perform physical exercise

A new skeleton of the Japanese printed on a 3-D printer, and building replicates the human bone. The design mimics the human spine, and keep the balance helps the sensory nervous system. Work equipped with artificial intelligence and when you exercise, even know how to sweat.

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January 23, 10:11

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