Sony Building

10 06 2010

When almost everyone in the group was gone back come, Bryce, Nicholas, and me where staying at hotel for four extra days. Bryce in his last Study Abroad to Japan, had seen the Sony Building, and suggested us to take a look in our free time. After all we had seen in Japanese technology, this visit was not that big of a surprise. But after all, I love technology and it was one of my important reasons to visit Japan.

In this building, you see new upcoming devices built by Sony, and have the chance to work with them personally. One of my favorites: CAMERAS SECTION! I can’t say enough how good the cameras were in that Building. Not only the camera bodies, but also the lens for them. In a price range that could ensure I wouldn’t buy them, the lens were incredibly amazing (I would lie I say they didn’t seduce me!)

The new generation of TVs that were on display, had improved the frames per second on LCDs, in order to have a much more clear quality. Camcorders could take videos in the quality you see in advertising movies in electronic stores. And finally, when we walked out, the stairs made a melody as we stepped on them. Yes, this is a new trick to make you work out instead of using escalators. Each stair is relevant to a note in piano, and when you step on them you make your own beat.

So, which one will you choose next time ? Are you one these lazy people waiting in a line to get on the escalator, or prefer going on the stairs ?