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Live Cartoon CEO Shohei Tsuji, covered head to toe in motion sensors, demonstrated the company's newest product by showing off his best dance moves while a pretty female anime character mimicked his steps on screen.The system, Tsuji said, could be used by retailers who want to interact with customers by having the cutesy character engage passersby while the person who controls the character remains out of sight.'With this system you can have animated characters talking directly to customers,' he said.Therefore, where to go on a date, ususally called “date spot” in Japanese, become big fun issue for Japanese couples. What are the “popular date spots” in Tokyo Meet Market? I got some tips from my trustee friends and Japanese dating guides so I have summarized my learnings in the following Dos and Don’ts! Dos and Don’ts for the first Tokyo date: And what to expect from the date if it goes well?
We will be glad to help you in search of your better half!The company showed off its high-tech romance gear at the three-day Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality exhibition in Tokyo.At Future Leap's booth, a young model kneels on a fluffy carpet as she tosses balloons in the air, blows bubbles and flirts with a man wearing VR headgear who is sitting some two metres (6.5 feet) away.Most virtual reality romance games feature an animated companion rather than a real person, said company employee Tomoyuki Takahashi.But in this case, 'you feel the real sensation as if you were together alone with a woman who is just your type,' he said.'This type of realistic sensation will become the main trend in virtual reality technology.'Other companies have even moved away from offerings that require a VR headset.