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H2L, started general sales of “First VR”- VR / AR device compatible to smartphone

[For more information, download this Press Kit!] VR device “FirstVR” that can be played with controller equipped with latest sensor technology began selling at home electronics mass merchandisers and online stores. On April 26, 2018 (Thursday), from the University of Tokyo Venture H2L Co., Ltd. (head office: Koto Ward, Tokyo, CEO: Kenichiro Iwasaki) intuitively VR / AR ) started general sales of VR device “FirstVR” that provide intuitive VR/AR experiences with the armband controller. FirstVR has been accepting reservation online from September 2017, and on April 17, 2018, released SDK (alpha version) on developer’s site. From today FirstVR is available at home electronics mass retailers and online stores. Seller details (Updated from time to time): ●About FirstVR FirstVR is a controller and goggle set device that can easily provide VR / AR experience on a smartphone. By winding an armband type controller on your arm, you can operate your VR / AR with your hand as a controller. It is light and compact so even people who have never...

FirstVR was picked at “Innovative Tomorrow VR changes the future of the industry!”

FirstVR was picked up at the “Innovative Tomorrow VR’s changing industry future!” Broadcast on Monday, June 11th (Monday, 24: 00-24: 30!).

Founder Tamaki talked at Fujitsu Forum 2018

In 17th May, Founder Emi Tamaki talked in the talk session “FUJITSU PICK ONE SPECIAL TALKSESSION” in Fujitsu Forum 2018. With the theme “Digital Innovation Realized with IoT and Robots”, Mr. Sascha from J-WAVE Radio “PICK ONE”, Mr. Kofuru Yoshiharu from Fujitsu Limited talked with Emi.

[NTT × H2L] NTT Technology Journal May issue.

In the NTT Technical Journal online May issue, NTT wrote an article about the haptic interface that gives natural haptic feedback sharing experiences to VR (VirtualReality) and AR (Augmented Reality) developed by H2L and NTT. You can also view the interview “big step towards penetration of the haptic interface” by Kenichiro Iwasaki, H2L representative. “H2L × NTT Collaboration Results Development of a new haptic interface using functional material hitoe® ” image 2: Arm contact surface of UnlimitedHand® with functional material hitoe®

Emi Tamaki, appeared in J-WAVE radio “PICK ONE” collaborating with Newspicks.

Today, May 10 (Thu) H2L founder Emi Tamashiro has appeared on the J – WAVE radio “PICK ONE”. Since “PICK ONE” is currently collaborating with Newspicks, Tamaki, who is also acting as a professional picker, has talked about “VTuber” and “VR” in conjunction with the article of Newspicks. Newspicks wrote an article this time’s broadcast of “PICK ONE” that Emi Tamaki appeared. Listening of broadcasting minutes is also possible in the link below, so please have a look.   Today’s broadcasting is also available on “PICK ONE” around 11:10~ STEP ONE (PART 2) | J-WAVE | 2018/05/10 / Thursday 10: 00-13: 00 sid=FMJ&t=20180510111042 Tamaki Newspicks Page

Founder Tamaki, introduced in manga “Hirameki Expedition” at Rikejo April issue.

Our founder Emi Tamaki was introduced in manga’Hirameki Expedition’ (manga artist: Midori Green) at the end of the science magazine ‘Rikenjo’ magazine. Three pages have been introduced Emi Tamaki, including her history and developed products. Please have a look. Rikejo official website

Articles – Tamaki has interviewed by “Mynavi” in March.

We received an interview with our founder Tamaki Emi on “Mynavi” issued in March, 2018. She has featured an interview on Tamaki’s work view on 3 pages in the item of “Spotlight of Engineer”. Published in March, 2018 “Mynaivi” [Spotlight of Engineer] Emi Tamaki p.66 – 69

Okinawa Times published the news of the Rocky Challenge Award that Emi Tamaki received.

H2L founder Tamaki Emi was awarded the “2018 Rocky Challenge Award” by Nakamura Iwao Challenge Foundation. Rocky Challenge Awards Official HP The award ceremony ceremony will be held at the 21st Century Forum of the University of the Ryukyus at a later date, and Tamaki will also give a lecture. Okinawa Times magazine picked the news on their newspaper and web media. 210729
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