HUAWEI×WIRED

On Japanese edition of WIRED, I produced a promotional article for HUAWEI. It’s about prototyping with the latest devices. With “HUAWEI P10 plus” is an interactive device that uses high-definition video. With “HUAWEI Media Pad M3 Lite 10”, applications can be used in a high quality The performance of the sound system is performed, and the performance of each is verified from a manufacturing perspective I did.

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Zoom in Face

A camera on the monitor zooms in recognized face with a sound effect, forcing the user to stereotyped camera work. The aim was to create a situation where different backgrounds of the presenters who were present at that place had to be mixed through a loosely shared context. At the same time, the compulsory mechanism of zooming in on one’s face is the gaze of someone’s attention and unconditionally affirms the life of the experiencer.

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Exhibition
Hikaru Doubutsuen 2019
MEDIA AMBITION TOKYO 2017
After Five Government

Permanent Exhibition
Mask shop OMOTE
Miraikan Shop (終了しました)

Award
19th Japan Media Art Festival
Entertainment Division, Jury Selection

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Momotarou

Essentially, the human body is a biotope that supports life activities. However, human beings become unbearable and put a burden on their own bodies, destroying the ecosystems that compose themselves. This system is a mechanism to minimally experience the limits of the spirit and the body by applying a meaningless physical load to Karaoke, which is the release of the spirit. The pain of the thighs and the willingness to sing out highlight the meaninglessness of meaning.

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Zoom in Cat

This is an iOS app that zooms in on a cat’s face as soon as it recognizes it. If you carry this app with you, you can zoom in not only your cat but also your friend’s cat’s face. It can be used for all kinds of cats, even stray cats. And you can do it.

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Let’s work at the BABEL

Interactive installation created at the “Study of BABEL” exhibition hosted by Tokyo University of the Arts, which are related projects of the Brugel’s “Tower of Babel” exhibition. When the face is photographed with a dedicated iPads installed in the venue, the face is reflected in the image of people working inside the 3.4-meter tower. Through creating an activity to look for myself, I aimed for the “feeling” of the elaborate and magnificent charm of Bruegel’s “Tower of Babel”.

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