The Tokyo Marathon Project
It’s now 10 years since I took up running, and 10 years since I completed my first Tokyo Marathon.
Little did I know then how it would come to change my life.
Below you’ll find a selection of posts highlighting the technology I’ve used, and the adventures I’ve had as I’ve shared the experience first hand of running Japan’s biggest race.
In September 2014, a group of 30 artists and engineers gathered for a 3-day hackathon. Find out about the giant floating GPS-tagged-photo tweeting Google Map pin we created to tell the world “I’m Here!”
In June 2014 Japan’s popular nightly news show, News Zero, ran a story on my running art projects.
Tokyo Design Week 2013 saw me take to the PechaKucha stage once more to share how my latest Art of Running project
Just prior to the 2014 Tokyo Marathon I was interviewed by TNW, one of the most widely-read tech sites
Sony 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,...
Inspired by Bill Gates’ Ice Bucket challenge video to create an ultra-compact mobile wearable Ice Bucket Challenge Machine
Daddy and Ricky are back in the Autumn / Winter edition of Isetan Mitsukoshi’s ‘Hello Baby’ catalogue
Spring 2014 saw the debut of the father-and-son duo, as “Daddy’s Diary” became2014年春には息子とツーショットでデビューを飾りました。僕と息子のリッキー
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
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