For example, sharing science and technology information with society requires a lot of “translation”. When we share it through creative science communication way, we may discover new interpretations that go beyond the original information. “Translation” sheds new light on the original text, just like you may notice something new when you read Shakespeare in different language.
“Art” is one of the translation techniques. Art is a technique of asking. We make full use of our chaotic network with artists, designers, science/engineering researchers, editors, art schools, museums, and companies to create encounters and fusions of science/technology with art/design. Nohara Lab is an interface; aiming for hybrid thinking and knowledge we have not seen yet.
|STADHI: Science & Technology + Art & Design Hybrid Innovation||Collaboration with the University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins|
|Sociomaterial Transformations (SoMaT)
||Collaboration with top science and technology universities from Norway and East Asia|
|Project Vision||Corporate research fund|
|Physical Behavior and Communication of the Elderly||Corporate joint research|
|Machine Translation that Does Not Let Us Know||Corporate research fund|
|Daily Life with a Robot|
In addition to the individual research that they want to do, affiliated students will also participate in any of the above project or joint research. We are welcoming any original sensibility!