Central East Tokyo 2023

TMPR laboratory

This is the TMPR laboratory. TMPR is a team that uses techniques such as artificial intelligence, algorithms, location information, woodworking, design, diaries, and robot arms to create ``slightly unusual transportation experiences.'' So how do you make it? That's why we hold meetings, development, and demonstration experiments in this room. In other words, it is currently being produced. If you would like to take a tour, please do so. By the way, TMPR has pronounced: "tempura."
Work days (scheduled) 10/23 (Mon), 24 (Tue), 25 (Wed), 26 (Thu), 29 (Sun), 11/4 (Sat), 5 (Sun)

23.Oct.2023 - 05.Nov.2023
11:00 - 18:00

TMPR (Iwasawa Bros.+Junichiro Horikawa+Yu Miyama+Kazue Nakata)
A collaboration team consisting of the Iwasawa Brothers, an experience design and space design unit, and Junichiro Horikawa, a programmer/algomic designer. Yu Miyama, a graphic designer. And Kazue Nakata, a communication planner. Abbreviation for “Tokyo Moving Point Researchers.” It is pronounced as "tempura."

* This work was produced as part of the “Art Incubation Program,” an artist fellowship program of the Civic Creative Base Tokyo [CCBT].

Etoile Kaito Showroom Building 1F
7-2, Nihonbashi Yokoyama-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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