20140503 Nico-Tech Fablab Asia Network 1st Conf

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Now we try to explain "NicoNico? GIJUTSUBU".It's another maker movement in japan. But very Japanese style. It difficult to explain essence of the movement even if in Japanese language.But any way …

Now we try to explain "NicoNico? GIJUTSUBU".It's another maker movement in japan. But very Japanese style. It difficult to explain essence of the movement even if in Japanese language.But any way trying.

One of OTAKU-culture. They develop something robots, gadgets and so on just for fun,and share it on a video site. Most of the inspirations came from other OTAKU-cultures on the video site such as animation,games,songs.So the name of "Nico Nico Gijutubu(Engineering Department)" came from the video site's name "Nico Nico video".

Nico-Tech is a community of Japanese technology geeks and developers with backgrounds in otaku culture (anime, manga, games, etc.) who gather at the video website Nico Nico Douga and share their creations with each other. They often develop intricate yet seemingly pointless gadgets, robots, and contraptions, with fun as the sole reason. Activity in Nico-Tech can sometimes spur a chain reaction of creativity, with one creation inspiring another to develop something in response.

NicoTech? is one of GEEK and they introduce own items through the video-sharing site "Nico-Nico douga". Sometimes they realize JAPANIMATION or GAME world, but mostly produced items are useless for real life. They love feedback which is shown comment on Nico-Nico douga video system and keep creating to get next laughing.

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  • ここに、日本語の意味と、しゃべる英語を書いていきます。
    ■日本語
    ニコニコ技術部 日本のヤバいオタク集団たち、SFを実現する人たち
    ■しゃべる英語 Hello fablabbers! Good (morningとかafternoonとか) ! I want to introduce “Nico-Tech”. We are crazy Japanese fab-geek/maker/tech enthusiasts.
    We don’t just read or write science fiction, we do science fiction.
    Are you ready? start my presentation.
    Attention Please! My first message is Verrrrry Verrry inportant.

  • ■日本語
    僕は英語ヘタです。今日、頑張ってデタラメな英語でプレゼンします。まず、みなさんにお願いです。「考えるな、感じろ!」
    ■しゃべる英語 I‘m not able to speak english well.
    I will try to my presentation this xxx(morning,afternoon...), by my broken english. My first message, with apologies to Bruce Lee,
    Don’t think! Feeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllll!!!!!!
  • ■日本語
    アメリカ人はFPSデバイスをつくった。 ぼくらは、それをバーチャルアイドルと握手するのにつかった。アメリカ人は戦争が好きだ。僕らは形而上のアイドルが好きだ。
    ■しゃべる英語
    Difference of US and Japan, in short The American creates devices for first-person shooters;we use them to shake hands with virtual idols.
    American make game controllers sutable to FPS.
    Japanese use it to shake hands with Miku Hatsune. Guys in the US like to blow stuff up, Asian Geeks like cute idols, Right?
  • ■日本語
    日本のバーチャルリアリティ
    ■しゃべる英語 This is japanese virtual rearlty.This system made by three university student. In japanese university, teach in “how to have fun using technology”. (この英語高須が書いたのでダメっぽい レビューお願い)
  • 僕らはテクノロジーで楽しむことが好きだ
  • ■日本語
    技術開発は楽しい!何が楽しい?Try & errorが楽しいんだ。プログラミングもデバグが一番楽しいでしょ? それこそが本質だ。だから彼らは失敗をあえてみせる。
    ■しゃべる英語
  • 日本の著名な研究者稲見昌彦は、「攻殻機動隊」に触発されて、光学迷彩を発明した。彼が引用する言葉は、科学者でなくSF作家アーサー・C・クラークの、「高度に発達した科学は魔法と見分けがつかない」である。
    魅力的なストーリーは他人を動かす。フィクションを現実化する。
  • ニコニコ技術部には著名なSF作家@nojiri_hもいる。
    彼は、「SFを書くのではなく、SFをやる」と
    言って、ロケットを飛ばす ・はばたき飛行機を作る
    など、日々Make活動を
    している。
  • ■日本語
    彼の最新作では、Fablabのようなオープンソース工場が、ついに宇宙旅行を実現させる話を書いている。
  • 僕らはアトムにあこがれてASIMOを作った。
    初音ミクにあこがれて実体化しようとしている。
    日本にはAppleもGoogleもない。
    でも、ストーリーがあり、
    未来に近い場所だと
    思っている。
  • この辺でいかがでしょう?関連動画でいくつかチョイス出来ます。http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzF6uAZ8o3c ↑すばらしい! 元ファイルどこからかもらえないかな... 字が小さいのでyoutubeからゴニョゴニョすると潰れそう。でも、これ第一候補で行きます
  • この資料は集合知で、オンライン上で作られた。
    原動力は楽しさである。未来を作るのは楽しさ
    だと思っている。
    日本のMakerFaireで、ぜひお会いしましょう!
  • ニコ技は集合知だからいらない気もするけど、クレジットなくすと高須だけが目立つので、できればみなさん名前書いていってください。ABC順かな... RTしてくれた人も書いてってください!

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  • 1. We are fab-geeks / makers / tech-enthusiasts from Japan. We don’t just read or write science fiction, we do science fiction.
  • 2. Notice again! I’m not able to speak english well. I will try to my presentation today, in my broken english. My first message, with apologies to Bruce Lee,
  • 3. The US creates devices for first- person shooters; we use them to shake hands with virtual idols
  • 4. Virtual Reality in Japan
  • 5. We love to “Make: technology on our time.”
  • 6. We love to have fun using technology Trial and error is the best part of development. Debugging is fun in programming, isn’t it? It is the essence of development - so we don’t hide our failures.
  • 7. Stories drive our motivation Scientist Masahiko Inami invented his Optical Camouflage technology inspired by Ghost in the Shell. His favorite quote: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” -Arthur C. Clarke Engrossing stories encourage others to act. They push fiction to become reality.
  • 8. Stories drive our motivation Award-winning science fiction author Hosuke Nojiri (@nojiri_h) is also an active member of Nico-Tech. He says “I don’t just write science fiction, I do science fiction,” and engages in various maker activities: • Launching homemade rockets • Creating ornithopters shaped like underwear
  • 9. Stories drive our motivation Nojiri’s latest novel is a story of the future where a Fablab style open-sourced factory develops a spaceship and eventually achieves spaceflight.
  • 10. The future can work out without silicon valley We created the ASIMO for our longing of Astro Boy. We long for Hatsune Miku and strive to make her real. There is no Apple nor Google in asia. But we do have stories - and we think that brings us very close to the future. We walk different paths from silicon valley, but all roads lead to the future.
  • 11. We are the future
  • 12. This presentation was crowdsourced online by Japanese Makers Our motivation is fun. Fun is what makes the future. We look forward to see you at Maker Faire Tokyo 2014!
  • 13. We are Nico-Tech! @akira_you @drinami @hiroyeah @goroman @kairoshi @nojiri_h @needle @sandie_marie @s_osafune @tks