TABIDO is a tool that enables foreign tourists to see the real Japan and have the best possible experience. It is designed to make people want to come back again and again. Toppan is helping to establish Japan as a major tourist destination and revitalize regional areas with the TABIDO WEB site for tourists, the TABIDO.biz site for businesses and local governments, and the NIPPON GALLERY showroom in Tokyo.
VoiceBiz Multilingual Voice Translation
This is a service that translates and outputs speech via a smartphone app. With translation of 11 languages available, it offers highly accurate translation making use of a database that includes proper nouns and set phrases.
4K Video Content Library
We provide high-quality 4K content that enables a visual experience with an unprecedented sense of immersion. Toppan applies original image processing technologies to enable 4K video data to be used for content for digital devices as well as print media. Image data can be extracted as a still image with a level of high resolution matched to the viewing environment.
Toppan creates digital archives of materials and artifacts belonging to businesses, museums, galleries, schools, and local governments. We offer comprehensive solutions through a wide range of services, from consulting on the use of historical materials to digitization, database construction, editing of records, and creation of interactive facilities.
Street Museum is a platform that helps to revitalize regions by using VR reconstructions of historical sites and ruins as tourism resources. It provides tourists with a new, captivating experience based on high-definition VR technology and sightseeing routes planned using historical maps. We also support the creation of new tourist towns through delivery of information, regional collaboration, logging of positional information, and analysis of tourist activity.
In gaming circles, 2016 is known as virtual reality’s year zero. That’s because a whole series of VR headsets burst onto the market all at once: the Oculus Rift in March, the HTC Vive in June and the Sony Morpheus...