Migratory birds depend on Earth's magnetic field to navigate, and now there is evidence that humans may be unconsciously in touch with it as well, research shows.
"It appears humans are subconsciously sensing geomagnetism," said Ayumu Matani, a University of Tokyo associate professor of cognitive neuro-engineering and one of the team's researchers. "Earth's magnetic field may be influencing human behavior in some way or other."
HIROSHIMA--A futuristic motorcycle helmet doubles as a GPS navigator, displaying data right before a rider's eyes.
Directions, distance to destinations, expected arrival times and more appear in the rider's view about 2 meters ahead of them on a 6-inch transparent heads-up display (HUD) installed in front of the wearer's right eye.
The PV for THE YELLOW MONKEY's new song "I don't know" has been uploaded onto YouTube.
"I don't know" is a rock tune with the theme "memory," and it was used as the theme song for TV Asahi's drama 'Keiji Zero.' It will be included in their upcoming album "9999" due out on April 17. Directed by Artem Sky, the PV portrays "instability" and a "sense of loss" that he felt in the song.
In the mirrorless camera market, Sony used to dominate the full-frame segment, but with entry from the likes of Nikon and Canon, their position is certainly threatened. It also seems to show how there is a growing interest in full-frame mirrorless systems, although this seems to be a market that Fujifilm is avoiding for now.
Hey! Say! JUMP will release their new album "SENSE or LOVE" on August 22. In addition, they will hold a nationwide tour starting August 31.
The group will be off to a new start in September when member Okamoto Keito will be studying abroad. The upcoming album will feature "dance," with a total of 17 tracks including their singles "Precious Girl," "White Love," and "Mae wo Muke."