Based on the theme "Human Activities and Changes in Earth View," this screening traces the trajectory of human history through various forms of data related to the concept of "movement."
11:26 / 13:26 / 16:30 (Approximately 9 minutes)
The relations on the earth, such as the atmosphere, water and life which influences one another, will be introduced.
10:23 / 12:21 / 15:24 (Approximately 13 minutes)
Created by Mr. Ingo Gunther, the "World Processor" is a project that illustrates various aspects of the Earth based on factual data.
12:15 Social (Approximately 6 minutes) /
16:26 Transportation (Approximately 2 minutes)
Visualizes people's questions and provides a lens through which to see our changing interests and desires.
11:17 / 13:17 / 16:17 (Approximately 9 minutes)
These visualizations shows the effects human activities have on the Earth's environment. The works present new observations of greenhouse gases made by the "Ibuki" (GOSAT) satellite, and new simulation results obtained using the Earth Simulator supercomputer.
11:15 / 13:15 / 14:15 / 16:15 (Approximately 2 minutes)
Six 2 minute visual works were created by Japanese female teenagers based on scenarios provided by students from countries of the Asia-Pacific region on the topic of "what is happiness".
Japan / New Zealand / Korea : 10:15 (Approximately 8 minutes)
Thailand / Australia / Taiwan : 15:15 (Approximately 9 minutes)
Picture Happiness on Earth Special Site
* Demonstrations are subject to change of time or cancellation. We ask for your understanding.