A group of Japan-based companies have come up with a device that could very well offer a good deal of competition to Google Glass.
The production team currently inhabiting YouTube's new Tokyo video facility have come up with a unique way to introduce viewers to the new set-up, aided by a massive Rube Goldberg device.
These 3D-printed gummies of our bodies are a bit more exciting than gummy bears.
Yahoo has developed this app that lets you try on the face of any person, animal, or cartoon character, with expressions and movements.
Photographer Shinichi Higashi imagines a perfectly symmetrical Tokyo through his seamless mirrored long exposures.
It's not a mind-reading machine, but this robotic tail is the next best thing.
Willcom, a Japanese handset maker known for pushing the boundaries of design, has just unveiled what looks to be the smallest mobile phone we've ever seen.
Well, everything except space. So, if you're a family of eight, this might not be the best option for you. Unless you're a very, very chummy bunch.
Forget self-driving cars; Japanese researchers are working on convoys of self-driving trucks on highways.
A new exoskeleton suit has been unveiled that is designed to withstand the dangers of nuclear plant failures in Japan, but the end result looks more like sci-fi fun than disaster rescue.