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Japan’s developing an eco-friendly patrol submarine

These days, data centers, portable USB battery chargers and all sorts of transportation are going green thanks to fuel cell technology. Now you can add submersibles to that list: Japan is developing a 33-foot-long submarine that runs off…

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Japan’s Powered Exoskeletons-A Future With Wearable Robots

A Future with Wearable Robots Wearable robots are changing our society. They are helping people with disabilities to move at will, and also reducing physical…

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Engadget Japan’s #egfes: drone races, robots, dry ice and a Dyson fan

Just north of Akihabara, Tokyo’s tech epicenter, our Japanese colleagues took over an art gallery (and cafe and basement…) for its premier Engadget Fes. As well as the chance to play with Microsoft’s newest console and Surface Pro 3 (both still not…

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Japan’s Epsilon rocket with onboard AI successfully launches, leaves plenty of change

Epsilon rocket with onboard AI successfully launches from Japan, doesn't break the bank

Affordable is a relative term, but in the world of rocket science Japan’s recently launched Epsilon qualifies as such. Costing just $ 37-million (NASA claims a typical launch costs around $ 450-million) to send off, Jaxa — Japan’s space agency — rightly considers it a steal. Epsilon launched from the south-west of the country at 2pm local time. Its mission? To deploy a telescope that Jaxa advises will observe our neighboring planets from its position in Earth’s orbit. The cost efficiency is being put down to the rocket’s artificial intelligence, something that slashes the man-power needed from 150 to 8. Let’s just hope the thriftiness wasn’t just to fund that other recent launch.

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Japan’s Terra Motors to introduce electric scooter with iPhone connection

Japan's Terra Motors to introduce electric scooter with iPhone connection

The Apple Maps fiasco excepted, we have it pretty good where location-based services are concerned. But in areas like South East Asia, that’s not entirely the case. Which is why Japan-based Terra Motors is prepping to launch the A4000i, an electric scooter that also features an iPhone connector (compatible with the 3GS and up) for big data collection. The company’s positioning the A4000i as a means of gathering location data — useful for mapping — as well as mileage and battery performance (a lithium cell rated for 50,000km) for that region of the world. There’s no word on exactly when Terra plans to launch this scooter overseas, but when it eventually does, expect to see the A4000i retail for around ¥450,000 (about $ 4,500 USD).

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Charizard 3DS XL burns through Japan’s Pokémon Centers in December, snag one if you’re lucky

DNP Charizard 3DS XL burns through Japan's Pokmon Centers on December 15th

Nintendo is infamous for releasing remarkable limited edition hardware abroad, but right here in the United States of A, we have the tendency to get the short end of the joystick. Instance in point, your house that Mario Miyamoto built is releasing a Charizard-themed 3DS XL on December 15th in Japan for & yen; 18,900 ($ 237). Offered solely at Pokémon Center shops, striving purchasers will certainly should complete an order kind and win (yes, win) a drawing for an opportunity to buy one of these stunning monsters. Winners will have from December 15th with January 14th to claim and acquire their reward. As for you unlucky entrants, you’ll have the opportunity to delight in one of America’s favored activities– purchasing Nintendo collectibles online at an extremely high markup.

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So The Country’s Gonna Be All LEGO?: Japan’s Future Skyline Imagined In 1.8-Million LEGO Block Build

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This is a 1.8-million LEGO block construct of a futuristic version of Japan’s outline. Over 5,000 youngsters gathered at 6 different centers around the nation to participate in the project, and all the buildings were brought to Tokyo and linked into a huge map of Japan. Pretty cool, right? Additionally, who knew future Japan was gonna have many mile-high skyscrapers? “Holy shit this is gonna be fun,” I envision Godzilla stating to himself.

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So The Country’s Gonna Be All LEGO?: Japan’s Future Skyline Imagined In 1.8-Million LEGO Block Build

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This is a 1.8-million LEGO block build of a futuristic version of Japan’s skyline. Over 5,000 children gathered at six different centers across the country to participate in the project, and all the buildings were brought to Tokyo and connected into a giant map of Japan. Pretty cool, right? Also, who knew future Japan was gonna have so many mile-high skyscrapers? “Holy shit this is gonna be fun,” I imagine Godzilla saying to himself.

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Japan’s Resident Evil 6 bundle costs $1,300: nets you a leather jacket, doesn’t make you cool

Japan's Resident Evil 6 bundle costs $  1,300: nets you a leather jacket, doesn't make you cool

Engadget has seen plenty of limited edition items looking to lighten the wallets of oil barons and hedge fund managers alike. Now Capcom’s readying its bundle for Resident Evil 6’s Japan launch and it includes protagonist Leon’s leather jacket — available in sizes S, M, L and XL. A complete set of as-yet unrevealed “tablet cases”, supposedly emblazoned with character designs will also arrive in the set, as those wealthy enough to afford the 104,000 yen ($ 1,300) set presumably have at least four devices to garnish with Resident Evil livery. Japanese one-percenters can hit up the preorder site — with their choice of jacket size — at the source below.

Japan’s Resident Evil 6 bundle costs $ 1,300: nets you a leather jacket, doesn’t make you cool originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 14 Apr 2012 11:25:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Japan’s ‘Dream Project’ will use robots to tend disaster-stricken farmland

Flooded Fields in Miyagi Prefecture

Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture is planning an experimental farm to help revive some of the land devastated by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami — and it’s going to use robots to do it. Approximately 618 acres in the Miyagi Prefecture have been set aside for the plan — dubbed the “Dream Project” — which will see unmanned tractors and robots tending, harvesting, and boxing rice, wheat, soybeans, and various fruits and vegetables. The project also aims to create a sort of self-sustaining ecosystem unto itself, with the carbon dioxide emissions from the robotic machinery being channeled back into the crops to promote growth in lieu of chemical fertilizers.

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