Led Lantern Powered Only By Water, Salt

LED Lantern Powered Only by Water, SaltGreen House will release an LED lantern that generates electricity with water and salt.

The lantern, "GH-LED10WBW," does not require a dry cell or rechargeable battery and emits light when water and salt are put in the lantern. It can continuously generate electricity for eight hours per charge of water.

Water Shizuku (gcom-w1) Regular Observation Operations

Water SHIZUKU (GCOM-W1) Regular Observation OperationsThe Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) completed the initial functional verification of the Global Change Observation Mission 1st - Water "SHIZUKU" (GCOM-W1) and has moved to the regular observation operation today as scheduled. The SHIZUKU was launched from the Tanegashima Space Center on May 18, 2012.

Fujitsu Announces Water Resistant Docomo Next Series Arrows X F-10d Smartphone

Fujitsu announces water resistant docomo NEXT series Arrows X F-10D smartphone Fujitsu today announced that its new smartphone, docomo NEXT series ARROWS X F-10D, will be available in Japan from NTT DOCOMO, Inc. beginning July 20, 2012.

As Fujitsu's flagship model, ARROWS X F-10D features a 1.5GHz NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core CPU, NTT DOCOMO's ultra high-speed Xi communications service, a switch-enabled smart fingerprint sensor, the latest version of Fujitsu's Human Centric Engine, a 13.1 megapixel camera, and an 1,800mAh large-capacity battery, making it perfect for customers who desire high-spec capabilities and those who enjoy internet functions and gaming.

Nissan Makes A Splash With Canada Day Water Show

Nissan Makes a Splash with Canada Day Water ShowIn celebration of Canada's 145th birthday, Nissan Canada presented an awe-inspiring 3D holographic water show in four cities across Canada last night. With shows in Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver, thousands of spectators were delighted by the innovative spectacle that showcased the new 2013 Nissan Altima.

Ar App Visualizes Water Height In The Event Of A Tsunami

AR app visualizes water height in the event of a tsunamiKokusai Kogyo is developing a disaster prevention AR application the can visualize the depth of water in the event of a tsunami or flooding.

With this prototype, the water level five meters ahead is superimposed on the view from the camera of an iPad.

"Hazard maps are distributed in printed form or published on Web sites, but people don't know what the situation would be where they are right now. So, we want to let people know, right away, what would happen where they are now, using a smartphone and its camera."

Fujifilm Finepix Xp170 Camera Rebuffs Water, Dust And Cold

FUJIFILM MAKES SHARING IMAGES EASY WITH THE ALL NEW RUGGED AND WATERPROOF FINEPIX XP170 DIGITAL CAMERAFujifilm today announced the launch of the all new waterproof FinePix XP170 digital camera that combines rugged protection and durability with a new innovative Wireless Image Transfer function that allows users to wirelessly connect to their smartphone or tablet and then upload images to the Internet for online sharing. The FinePix XP170 is the latest edition in Fujifilm's bestselling line of waterproof cameras for three years in a row*.

Water Resistant Coating For Mobile Phone Circuit Boards

Water resistant coating for mobile phone circuit boardsDaikin Industries is developing a coating, mainly for use on the circuit boards of mobile phones, that's resistant to water and moisture, environmentally friendly, and dries as a thin film.

This coating enables circuit boards to be protected against water and moisture, simply by dipping them in this fluorinated solvent. The coating dries in just one minute at room temperature, so it takes effect right away.

Lawmakers To Submit Bill To Protect Water Resources In Japan

Lawmakers to submit bill to protect water resources in JapanAlarmed by purchases of water resources-rich Japanese forests by foreign firms, a group of lawmakers will submit to the current session of the Diet a bill to help secure water resources.   The move comes as foreign concerns are snapping up forests, raising apprehensions about massive water intakes.