Tokyo G-Cans

Sorry my Japanese is a little rusty, otherwise I’d give us all a full translation of the site. However I do know these captivating photos are indeed of Tokyo’s G-Cans Project— an underground water draining system to help prevent the overflow of major waterways during the wet typhoon season. Just seeing the sheer size and design of this construction through these photos, which almost look …

Traci Takes Tokyo

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World’s Smallest Flying Robot

One can imagine all sorts of uses for this little bugger. Seiko Epson Corporation ("Epson") has developed the mFR (“Micro Flying Robot”), the world’s smallest flying prototype microrobot. Epson developed the mFR to demonstrate the micromechatronics technology that it has cultivated in-house over the years and to explore the possibilities for microrobots and the development of component technology applications. The company will display its latest …