TotemoTech - 2023-07-17


Hello and welcome to today’s news from TotemoTech on July 17th, 2023. Panasonic has recently released the ‘Automatic Measurement IH Rice Cooker’, which automatically measures and cooks rice by pre-setting the amount of rice and water. While it allows for remote cooking using a smartphone, it has some limitations such as a maximum capacity of 2 cups and compatibility only with unwashed rice. We spoke to the developers to learn about the product’s development process and the market trends.

In other news, the latest film by director Hayao Miyazaki, ‘How Do You Live?’, was released on the 14th. Despite mixed opinions, the film comes highly recommended by the manga artist himself. Now, let’s dive into the details of these stories.

Are you interested in trying out a digital single-lens reflex camera for the first time? This summer might be the perfect time to do so. We have four recommended camera models for beginners who want to capture great photos and videos.

For those looking to study during the upcoming long weekend, Cybozu has made training materials for new IT engineers available for free. The materials cover various topics, including localization, accessibility, and security.

If you’re a fan of cute robots, you’ll be delighted to hear that the cat-shaped serving robot, ‘BellaBot’, is now available as a block toy. You can find it at select restaurants of the Skylark Group, including Gusto, Jonathan’s, and Bamiyan.

Music creators will soon have a new way to monetize their original songs. Dwango will be launching a ‘music monetization service’ on July 25th, allowing creators to distribute their music to various streaming services and social media platforms.

Lastly, toy manufacturer Stand Stones will be releasing a capsule toy called ‘CASIO Watch Ring Collection’ in mid-July. This collection faithfully reproduces Casio calculators as ring-sized toys, and each capsule will be priced at 400 yen.

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