Large-scale Image

With the cooperation of external organizations such as research institutes and image production companies, Miraikan has originally created many large-scale image contents which are being shown in domestic and international science museums.

Large-scale image content produced to date

"Encounter with Earth"(2011)

Encounter with Earth(2011)
(c)National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Overview
A family animation program about the Earth's environment. Chasing after a "glowing particle, " the root of all life, along with our main character, you will discover a vital truth about what links you with other living beings and our planet.(Running time: 30minutes)
For product and distribution inquiries
Anime Innovation Tokyo
1-7-3-201 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo
108-0072 TEL/FAX:+81-3-6721-7957

"Young Alive! - iPS Cells for a New Future - "(2010)

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(c)National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Overview
This is a film about a 6th-grade girl Nozomi, the central character through whose summer vacation experiences we learn about iPS cells, which offer promising prospects for future developments of new medicine and regenerative medicine. This 3D feature uses CG animation to portray "iPS Cells" allowing the viewers to experience as if they are traveling within the actual cell.
For information regarding the film and its distribution, contact
DENTSU TECH INC.
1-5-3 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
100-8508
TEL: +81-3-6257-8667
FAX: +81-3-6257-8985

"FURUSATO - World Heritage Sites Viewed From Space -" (2010)

FURUSATO
(c)National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation/TBS-VISION, Inc.

Overview
Natural assets created by Earth itself, cultural assets created and bequeathed by human civilization and world heritage sites carved by the activities of 4.6 billion years of life on this planet will be recreated along with the beautiful pattern of our world seen from space with the Earth observation satellite "DAICHI" and with the realistic sensation of super high precision 3D images.
We will present world heritage sites in 3 different places along with an accompanying story through the eyes of children that live in those places.
Contact regarding the movie/distribution
TBS-VISION, Inc.
TBS Hoso Center 18F, 5-3-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8471
TEL: +81-3-5571-5131
FAX: +81-3-5571-5138

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