POWER OF INNOVATION

Cutting-edge NTT technology that will change the world

The technology that will change the future

DATES: Thursday, July 4 to Saturday, July 6, 2019
VENUE: National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Event overviewThe purpose of this experimental exhibition is to present new ways of viewing sports, which up until now been confined to a conventional rectangular screen. Drawing upon our comprehensive strengths in the area of technology art design to re-imagine sports viewing, we can expand people’s concept of how they can view sports and enable everyone, included handicapped persons, to share in the joy of seeing a sports event in the company of others.

Please come to the exhibition where you will be able to enjoy various new ways of viewing sports, including our super-high-reality communication technology, Kirari!, animated display robot (grand bot), and inclusive sports game experiential technology that does not rely solely on sight but also uses hearing and touch.

Visit the following special websitehttps://re-imagined.jp/en/Open in new window

DATES Closure of exhibition. Thank you for coming.
Thursday, July 4 to Saturday, July 6, 2019
[Special invitation days]
Thursday, July 4 and Friday, July 5, 2019 between 18:00 and 22:00
[Public visiting day]
July 6, 2019, 10:00-17:00 and 18:00-22:00
Note 1: Anyone can visit the exhibition on the day set aside for the public. (No prior registration is required.)
Note 2: Please note that only invited persons can visit the exhibition on the special invitation days.

VENUE National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
2-3-4 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0064, Japan
https://www.miraikan.jst.go.jp/en/Open in new window
■ Tokyo Waterfront New Transit YURIKAMOME(Shimbashi Station – Toyosu Station)
5-minute walk from Tokyo International Cruise Terminal Station
4-minute walk from Telecom Center Station
■ Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit RINKAI LINE(Shinkiba Station – Osaki Station)
15-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport Station"

Organizer Organizer:NTT Service Evolution Laboratories
Collaborators:National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Ars Electronica FutureLab, and Dentsu Lab Tokyo.
Tokyo Institute of Technology (Associate Professor Asa Ito)