AR stands for Augmented Reality and is called "augmented reality". When viewed through a smartphone or AR glasses, AR adds navigation, 3D data, video, and other digital content to the real world, appearing on the screen to supplement the "missing" or "supplementary" information in the real world.
A common standard for 8-bit and 16-bit personal computers proposed by Microsoft and ASCII in 1983 (1980s). A number of consumer electronics manufacturers joined the market, and a variety of models were released by each company. It was widely used not only for programming, but also as a game machine because of its design, which did not require a dedicated monitor, its low price, the inclusion of BASIC as a standard feature, and the fact that it was available from many companies.
*3 HIRAKU TOHYAMA
HIRAKU TOHYAMA (1909-1979) mathematician and educator. After dropping out of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Tokyo, he studied mathematics at Tohoku University. He was interested in mathematics education and criticized Japanese school education for placing too much emphasis on not allowing students to make mistakes, for example by assigning students too many difficult problems in junior high school mathematics education, such as factoring and proofs of geometry.
*4 smart grid
A smart grid is a power grid that can control and optimize the flow of electricity from both the supply and demand sides. In Japan, it is also called the next-generation power grid or smart community. Smart grids, which use communication networks to manage the energy supply source to the end-consumption part in a limited area such as offices and factories, are especially called microgrids.
*5 sensor network
A network of many wireless sensors arranged to collect information from wireless sensors ; one of the core technologies of the IoT, which Associate Professor Okada is also working on.