Our goal is to accelerate innovation
by eliminating trial and error in R&D process.

Qualitative sensory expressions are used widely in the R&D, evaluation, education, and training in the development of devices for humans, and significant trial and error is involved. The result is that it takes time for seeds for innovative technology to reach society. This program proposes to use “elaborate fakes equipped with sensors” to quantitatively understand qualitative sensory expressions and quickly deliver technology seeds to society by eliminating trial and error. The first target application is the medical field, and we will develop a bionic humanoid, an elaborate human model equipped with sensors to serve as a substitute for humans and test animals. This program will also achieve a medical revolution by developing a smart arm using robotic technology seeds to conduct precision surgeries from small openings. Expanding these results to other industries will lead to a new industrial revolution.


What’s New

March 18, 2019
New! Database will be available online
- 3DCG polygon models of human head anatomy by using machine leaning
March 5, 2019
New! Application and datasets are available online
- Application for making medial surface
- CT images and STL files of human dry skull specimens
March 4, 2019
New! Event Report: The 42nd Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for CNS Computed Imaging
February 25, 2019
New! Media Articles
Feb. 24 The Sankei News
Feb. 20 Nikkei Digital Health (Web)
Feb. 19 Nikkei Medical Online (Web)
Feb. 11 Yamaguchi Shinbun
February 4, 2019
New! Event Report: The 42nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Ophthalmic Surgery
January 18, 2019
New! Media Articles
Jan. 18 The Science News
Jan. 15 Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun
Jan. 14 Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun
Jan. 13 Nikkei Newspaper
January 15, 2019
New! Event Report: Press Meeting
January 12, 2019
New! Event report: Final Briefing
Please watch the digest of the final briefing.
January 11, 201
The world most high-definition 3D CG data of human anatomical head model is now available as open access
Head 3DCG Database, Univ. of Tokyo
January 11, 2019
Our three new press releases have been published online
January 11, 2019
A new video introduces our latest achievement!