Japan has seen several catastrophic events over the past couple of years, including huge earthquakes causing, life, infrastructure and property-destroying tsunami conditions, including a devastating and dangerous nuclear power plant disaster. Most other countries would have been set tens of years back or more. It is a strong testament to the heroism, courage and cohesiveness of Japanese society that the country has come out of this and looking ahead with hope and vision for the future.
Screen Goo Japan have been quiet during these trying times but we are happy to report that several noteworthy projects have been done there using the magic of Screen Goo and we are pleased to mention some of them.
The Tokyo Motor Show is one of the most important shows in the car business along with the Frankfurt and Detroit Motor Shows. Screen Goo was there at the Honda exhibition. Watch a publicly shown video clip featured on YouTube below and just say Wow!
Amongst others, a unique Concert Hall in Tokyo, a University as well as the Ise-Shrine Museum, a Shinto shrine dedicated to goddess Amaterasu-omicami, are places where Screen Goo contributed to their high definition projection programs.
Finally Screen Goo Japan placed a 350 inch diagonal Reference White Screen Goo screen at the recent Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photograph this February 10-26 where high definition digital movies created by approx. 100 Japanese and international movie artists were shown.
You can see marvelous photos of this exhibit here and also by clicking on the images below.
Last but not least, the world famous Tokyo Sky Tree, a new landmark in Tokyo and the world’s tallest free-standing broadcast tower (to date of course) features a number of Screen Goo screens.