The Motion Copy System can identify and store complex brush strokes, enabling a robot to reproduce them as if it were a human.
The TELESAR V allows a human controller to experience the same sensations as the robot, even from thousands of miles away.
Japanese researchers are making plants more interactive, using sensors and actuators to make them move them when you're nearby.
Posters may soon give you a playful kiss when you get close to them, thanks to innovations from a student research group from Japan's Keio University.
The group demonstrates the tech, which uses a tactile interface and naked eye 3D display.
Originally developed to measure a person's sense of smell, the Fragrance Jet II could be used for different kinds of fragrance generators in the future.
Using robotics and material technology, Japanese researchers at Keio University create a programmable material.