Joint Research with Nippon TV

The Future Crafts Project of the Graduate School of Media Design has started a joint research project with the R & D Laboratory of Nippon Television Network Corporation. We will be conducting research on the development of new media expressions and contents that communicate through the five senses, using material interaction and sensory reproduction technologies.


Press Release in PDF (in Japanese only)

Press Release (Nippon Television Network Corporation website)

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