Jul 21, 2020
Remote viewing experience service using telepresence robots

We developed “ROBOT VIEWING,” a system that allows you to freely control the robot in the venue from home, for those who can not visit the event physically for various reasons, including the distance, the time, the shelter-in-place mandate, etc.

The system has a video chat system and allows multi-user login (currently up to five), you can share the remote-viewing experience with your family and friends. The robot’s built-in speaker also lets you communicate with people at the venue. And the user can book a ROBOT VIEWING session online using our scheduling system. It manages the robot’s schedule with flexibility, accommodating the opening hours of the event and the number of robots in operation.

In the future, we will expand the service to include various indoor exhibition events such as product launches, in addition to art shows. Please contact us if you have any questions about the ROBOT VIEWINGsystem, or if you are interested in learning more about the service or requesting information.

[The event has ended]The special exhibition “Art As It Is; Expressions from the Obscure”
Duration: July 23, 2020 (Thu., holiday) – September 6, 2020 (Sun.)
*Venue closed on Mondays
It will be open on August 10 (Mon., holiday) and closed on August 11 (Tues.).
*On July 30 (Thurs.) entry to the exhibition will begin at 12 noon.
Venue: The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts(12-8 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-8714, Japan)Access
Opening hours:from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.(Final admission 4:30 p.m.)

Planning / Production
Chief producer
Shotaro Sato (NHK)
Chief producer
Ai Natsuhara (NHK)
Chief producer
Sakueako Shimotori (NHK)
Creative Director
Technical Director / Programmer
System Engineer
UX Designer / Web Director
Frontend Engineer
Makoto Matsutake (driveshaft Inc.)
Frontend Engineer
Frontend Engineer
Cross Tech
Product Design
Tomoyuki Yoneda (beatnik inc.)
Tomohisa Haruyama (Fulfillment.)
Executive Producer
Masashi Koike