Facing increased pressure to find a new energy solution in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear crisis, the Tokyo government has announced plans to deploy what could be the world's first national solar array.
Worried about eating radioactive food from Fukushima? Today's your lucky day because Nils Ferber has a really useful concept for you. Meet the Fukushima Plate — a special plate with a radioactive meter and OLEDs that tell you just how safe your food is for eating.
To say Japan's not doing its hardest to monitor and control the radioactive situation at TEPCO in Fukushima is complete bollocks. Japan's already sent in a bunch of robots to scope out the situation, but sending in a rover designed for missions on the moon? Jeez.
Despite the disappointing absence of Japanese robots during the Fukushima nuclear crisis that served as a showcase for America's iRobot, Japanese robotics companies are not out of the running yet.