- With Japan’s population decline, a labor-intensive Japanese construction industry is facing a labor shortage.
- Japanese construction companies are looking at augmented reality (AR) to eliminate labor waste.
- The Japanese construction industry has an opportunity to convert labor shortage problem into fuel for AR technology advancement.
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- Virtual Reality (VR) is extending beyond visual and audio.
- Video game industry development of smell VR might benefit from commercialization in physical retail and e-commerce.
- There are a couple of investable companies with smell VR technology that should be followed.
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- Panasonic is exploring what the next generation of homes and communities look like.
- Logistical integration, sharing, and communication play a major role.
- Investors can gain from innovations produced out of Japanese population problems.
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- The IoT movement has inspired a couple Japanese companies to take your toilet to the cloud.
- Early detection and preventive care has become the name of the game in the healthcare industry.
- Japanese toilets will save Americans a lot of money, if Americans would open up to bidets.
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