NTT Docomo runs this country!

May 23, 2010 vidajimenez

Ntt Docomo is the number one cell phone provider in Japan and it’s for a good reason. We had the privilege to have a company visit there this past week and the cutting edge of the technology is insane! Similar to DNP, they are working with AR to create visuals media such as virtual cities for the future and this virtual shopping system.

The shopping system impressed me mainly because it made gifting for others so much easier.You no longer have to guess sizes or actually have that person be present. The system allows you to scan your information and also family members and also recognizes the wardrobe you currently have and selects outfits that you would be pleased with.  The most exciting part of the demonstration was the virtual fitting room and being able to see a miniature version of your family member in the clothing selected.

Also, I can’t forget the main focus of this company, which is mobile devices. I was totally blown away by the cell phones that are rings or when watches or how about the cell phones that allow you to use just your finger to hold a conversation. They have even made devices for elderly people to hear through a device when place on their forehead. I totally envy the HD quality and  12 mega pixel cameras that NTT Docomo offers and wished that their phone were compatible back home because I would purchase one in a heartbeat.


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  • 1. Courtney A. Griffin  |  June 5, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    I definitely feel like NTT Docomo runs Japan! There name was everywhere! They are the leading cell phone provider and sponsor numerous events, then even had a float at Disneyland. I was surprised that they didn’t offer the iPhone, Softbank had the iPhone and that’s the provider I had when I turned my phone on.

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