On 9 August, I have done oral presentation at Replaying Japan 2019 held by Ritsumeikan Center for Game Studies in Kyoto. The presentation title was ‘A Study of Card Game to Increase the Vocabulary of Japanese Traditional Color’ (sponsored by the grant of HAYAO NAKAYAMA Foundation for Science & Technology and Culture)
京都・立命館大学ゲーム研究センター主催のReplaying Japan 2019で8月9日に発表しました。発表題目は、「日本の伝統的色彩語彙を増やすカードゲームの研究」(中山隼雄科学技術文化財団助成研究)
I just bought a used color chart: Color Dictionary, which indicates the price: 3,500 yen. The average starting salary in 1954 was around 10,000 yen. Thus 20 x 3,500 yen turns to be 70,000 yen. Still color charts are costly in nowadays.
On 14-17 March 2019, the International Symposium and Workshop was successfully held by Shibaura Institute of Technology, Assumption University and Kagawa University. These events were well attended from eight different countries and I would deeply like to appreciate their cooperation. Participants fully enjoyed visiting teamLab’s “Borderless”, International Symposium and Workshop. The Second Symposium/Workshop will be held in Assumption University, Bangkok.
On 14-17 March, 2019, the First Color Digital Art x Lighting International Symposium and Workshop will be held at Shibaura Institute of Technology, Shibaura Campus. The student representatives from SIT, Assumption University and Kagawa University will gather together at this international exchange workshop to create digital art.
On Saturday, 16 March at 3:30pm, we invite to the Symposium Mr. Joe Nattapol Suphawong (Photographer and Interactive Designer, Assumption University) and Mr. Jun Kosaka (Graphic and Space Designer, Waseda University) as guest speakers. Moderator is Kyoko Hidaka, Ph.D. (Color Theorist, Shibaura Institute of Technology). This is open to the public. The registration fee is: 2,000 Japanese yen. The on-line pre-registration is required at the website below. A networking meeting will follow after the Symposium from 17:00-18:30pm in the 3rd floor lounge.