Japan isn’t only known for Nintendo and Sony, they’ve developed some amazing technologies that we hope to see in the near future. View them all after the break.
Don’t have time to do the dishes? Then check out the incredible “Kitchen Robot”, developed by Japanese researchers “using cutting edge technology gathered from more than 40 Robotics and Information Technology professors at the University of Tokyo.” [Source]
Japanese inventor Hiroshi Tanaka claims to have developed a machine that can instantly age wine using an electrolysis process.
He pours the wine into a 70-pound container outfitted with an electrolysis chamber. A few-second electrical zap gives the wine a slight charge, which breaks up the water molecules and allows them to blend more completely with the alcohol. Voilà: Instantly-aged pinot noir, “smoother and more mellow than before,” Tanaka’s American partner, Edward Alexander, claims
Water Activated Battery
Japanese inventor Susumu Suzuki has developed innovative water-powered batteries, “which have an electric current as powerful as that of a standard manganese dioxide battery.”
Suzuki says these batteries would be cheap to produce and can be recycled several times, making them an essential tool for the future
Futuristic Japanese Automatic Door
This nifty door has a built-in infrared sensor that identifies the person or object and conforms to their shape when opening.