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At the FUTURE EXPO exhibit, cutting-edge technologies will be featured from roughly 60 corporations and entities,
including NTT, Panasonic, NEC, Fujitsu and other member companies of the Olympic and Paralympic Economic Council.
The MEGA WEB space will comprise over 90 stations where visitors can enjoy direct encounters with the future!
Visitors to the exhibit pass through a tunnel and enter the Japan of the future. As they emerge, they are met and guided through the entrance area by virtual characters voiced by Japanese comedians. With their entertaining conversation, these characters will immediately draw visitors deeper into the future. Venue staff will circulate in this area on new mobility vehicles while visitors start their journey through the exhibit’s futuristic space.
Virtual characters voiced by Japanese comedians greet visitors upon entering FUTURE EXPO. Visitors will be able to enjoy real-time conversation with these friendly guides while being assisted through the entrance area.
Moving further into the exhibit, visitors will reach a futuristic cityscape in which they will encounter the new mobility of the future. Here they can interact with a wide range of displays and enjoy a “mobility experience” featuring cutting-edge vehicle models. This venue will also feature an installation depicting a future lifestyle that fuses mobility and living space.
A result of NEC’s “fl ying car” development efforts, this future mobility vehicle will soon be straddling land and sky!
FUTURE EXPO staff will demonstrate next-generation personal mobility vehicles.
Autonomous driving, set to become a reality by 2030, will drastically change transport time and comfort. Panasonic proposes a comfortable car interior of the future that shifts from “Living Room” to “Business,” “Relax,” and “Entertainment” atmospheres.
Nissan is facilitating a connected society where homes and cars can recharge each other. Visit this home of the future where solar panels and Nissan’s Leaf EV power household appliances.
The future world of sports viewing can be experienced in FUTURE EXPO’s sports venue. There will be much to enjoy, from watching sports performed on a giant screen using advanced communications technology to observing target-shooting demonstrations by robots. In the local tourism venue, regional products from throughout Japan will be sold using facial recognition software while robots guide visitors through this area in multiple languages.
Sports matches will be broadcast in their entirety and in real time to provide a groundbreaking, ultra-realistic demonstration of future sports viewing.
Using pioneering 3D sensing technology, see how a scoring-assistance system for gymnastics works and test your golf swing and fi tness level by jumping rope.
Experience retail shopping in which purchasing transactions are carried out from start to end using facial recognition technology.
Robots featuring advanced AI enabling them to speak multiple languages will talk in real time to help guide visitors around this venue.
FUTURE EXPO’s future energy venue introduces visitors to hydrogen energy and space technologies, demonstrating how fuel cell vehicles and advanced space technology will help support new energy-based systems and activities in the future.
Using hydrogen as fuel and emitting no emissions except water, Honda’s Clarity, the car of the future, will be on display at the venue.
Using fuel cell technology, this vehicle was designed for manned lunar exploration. Don’t miss seeing what it can do!
Developed by ispace together with JAXA to operate on the moon’s surface, this vehicle features advanced technology for lunar resources exploration.
SAMURIZE from EXILE TRIBE is a team of dancers who wii give a dance performance with the use of LED lights, produced by EXILE HIRO. The group gained global recognition after an appearance at Ultra Music Festival Miami 2015 with world-famous DJ and producer, Afrojack. SAMURIZE makes appearances at events, concerts, in music videos, TV shows, and commercials featuring other artists from the Japanese entertainment company LDH.
In anticipation of “Tokyo 2020,” a smallscale G-Satellite equipped with a large plastic “Mobile Suit Gundam” figure will be launched during a dedicated talk show. Join the show and take a souvenir photo of this impressive figure!
Paint your face or decorate a car with new Miracle Paint, easy on skin and on the environment and that comes off by rubbing it. Try it at no cost and take some home with you!