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Joseph is a Digital Media Producer from the UK, now living in Tokyo with his wife and baby. Known for live streaming the Tokyo Marathon through a dizzying array of wearable devices, Joseph flaunts his love of mobile technology and LED arrays to bring smiles to all those around him.

Joseph Tame | ジョセフ・テイム
Joseph Tame | ジョセフ・テイム
Joseph Tame | ジョセフ・テイム
Joseph Tame | ジョセフ・テイム
Joseph Tame | ジョセフ・テイム

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The Ultimate Wearable ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Machine
Great to see that the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is now taking off in Japan, raising funds for and awareness of the condition....
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The Next Web: Extended Feature on the iRunner
Just prior to the 2014 Tokyo Marathon I was interviewed by TNW, one of the most widely-read tech sites...
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[TV] News Zero
In June 2014 Japan's popular nightly news show, News Zero, ran a story on my running art projects....
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Hello Baby: Joseph and Son debut in Isetan-Mistukoshi Catalogue – Bugaboo Cameleon3 Review
Spring 2014 saw the debut of the father-and-son duo, as "Daddy's Diary" became...
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Shibuya Bunka Project
Through my work for TEDxTokyo I was invited to give an interview for Shibuya Bunka Project, a site that highlights Tokyu Dentetsu's multi-decade project to rebuild Shibuya...
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Tokyo Marathon 2014
The 2014 Tokyo Marathon was Joseph's biggest challenge to date. Join Joseph on the 42km course as he attempts the impossible, this time wearing a 360 degree camera...
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The Art of Running: 385km (240 mile) Tokyo 2020
My most challenging Running Art project to date: a 385km version of the official Olympic emblem GPS tracked across Tokyo...
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[TV] Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet: Running Art
Discovery Channel's Daily Planet was in Japan recently as part of an Asia Tech Week, covering robots and runners ...
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The Art of Running: LED Traces
Painting the streets with the help of 10 metres of LEDs, a micro controller and long-exposure photography....

Wearable Tech Blog

Sony starts development of wearable Felica devices

Wearable FelicaSony working on wearables featuring their contactless IC Chip technology ‘Felica’ Chip Technology, with a goal to bring products to market in 2015 (Japanese only): ソニー、ウエアラブルで決済 「小型フェリカ」開発

Felica technology, used in IC cards such as Japan Rail’s popular Suica card, and built into many smartphones in Japan, is now used to make payments totalling over 300 million yen annually, in addition to being used for ID systems. Currently, it is limited to devices that contain the Felica chip. However, Sony are now working on making it available on other devices, such as Apple’s iPhone, through Bluetooth technology.


The Art of Running

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Runnin’ Night Out Vol. 2

If there's one thing that an LED body-suit is good for, it's making a splash on the streets at night. …

Press

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The Next Web: Extended Feature on the iRunner

Just prior to the 2014 Tokyo Marathon I was interviewed by TNW, one of the most widely-read tech sites…

Events

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PechaKucha at Tokyo Design Week

Tokyo Design Week 2013 saw me take to the PechaKucha stage once more to share how my latest Art of Running project…

東京マラソン

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Tokyo Marathon 2014

The 2014 Tokyo Marathon was Joseph's biggest challenge to date. Join Joseph on the 42km course as he attempts the impossible, this time wearing a 360 degree camera…