haptica プロジェクト










The public is often referred to as "the visually impaired", but the word "disability" is a bad idea. They are an extraordinary tactile dominant, nowhere near the feet of our tactile inferiors, all of their communications rely on subtle tactile sensations (see video). Put your hand or finger on the palm of the sign language, grasp the sign language via tactile sensation, read the words accurately, and understand the meaning. And I will remember everything organized in detail. By the way, the Greek era lasted 1000 years, but at that time it was said that "taking notes was inferior in ability", and everyone was desperately trying to remember (but in fact it was impossible to do so, ). Mr. Kawazora, like an outstanding Greek philosopher, organizes and memorizes everything without using memos and instantly sees the essence. I am really grateful for working with such a great intelligence as Kawazora-san. Until now, society has categorized it as "disabled" and ignored its great intelligence.Haptics and tactile sensations bridge a poor society, which has been distracted by audiovisuals, a world of rich haptics and great intelligence. We are a small attempt now. But this attempt extends to the world. And change the way this planet is from the ground up.



Project leader, tactile superior (visual and hearing impaired)

プロフィール 1991年平成3年5月2日生まれ。特技は柔道(視覚障害者全国学生大会 優勝,国際ユース大会などで銀メダルなど賞歴多数。現役の有力選手の一人)。趣味は子供とあそぶこと、外出すること,さかな釣りにいくこと。映画「もうろうをいきる」(西原孝至監督)出演などメディアを通して,視覚・聴覚障がい者の現状を社会へとつたえている。

Profile Born May 2, 1991. His special skill is judo (a champion of the National Student Association for the Blind and many awards, including silver medals at international youth competitions. One of the active players). My hobbies are playing with children, going out and going fishing. Through the media, such as the appearance of the movie "I'm Going Tomorrow" (directed by Takashi Nishihara), he reports the current situation of people with visual and hearing impairments to society.