Liquid Galaxy

Emotional, Burning, Unlimited Tuned Laboratory

ミライ世代と読む戦中写真 ―データを紡いで平和につなぐ―

東京大学情報学環・渡邉英徳研究室と毎日新聞社、京都大学・東南アジア地域研究研究所は 2024年3月31日、毎日新聞社特派員が戦時中に撮影した「毎日戦中写真」から平和を考える「ミライ世代と読む戦中写真 ―データを紡いで平和…

The History of the Earthquake – Science and Technology Connecting to the Future – 100th Anniversary Exhibition of the Great Kanto Earthquake

This year marks 100 years since the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 (Taisho 12) caused severe damage to the Kanto region. This exhibition introduces the Great Kanto Earthquake and its recovery …

Future Peace Activities Exhibition – The World Connected by Technology –

On August 6, 2023, we celebrated the 78th anniversary of the atomic bombing. Hidenori Watanabe Laboratory, Graduate School of the University of Tokyo, Japan Federation of Consumers’ Co-operative Associations, and Hiroshima Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd. jointly held “Peace Activities Exhibition in the Future – The World Connected by Technology -” .

G7 IT Summit 2023@Takasaki/Gunma …

3D map of “Museum of Ukrainian Victory” by WTV Lab. University of Tokyo

Liquid Galaxy by Vision Port – A cluster of computers running Google Earth, Street View, and other panoramic applications to create an immersive experience

Re:Earth by Eukarya – A free, open, highly extensible WebGIS platform

「製作・育成に寄付を」 – 日本経済新聞


Exhibition of Museum of Ukrainian Victory has opened in Tokyo

On Feb. 24, 2023, a series of exhibitions dedicated to the consequences of war in a European country in the 21st century will open in Tokyo with support of Yomiuri Shinbun Japan News media house, in order to remind the world about the start of Russian invasion in Ukraine.



Free Ukraine War Photo Exhibit Opens & a Liquid Galaxy Show on Feb 24 in Tokyo!

On Feb. 24, Prof. Hidenori Watanave of the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies demonstrated Liquid Galaxy, which uses a large multi-display system to give visitors a visual experience of the local situation.

Japan researchers create online maps with satellite images to expose damage in Ukraine

TOKYO — A research team led by a University of Tokyo professor has created digital maps utilizing satellite images and other photos to show the reality of damaged areas in Ukraine amid the Russian invasion …