Hay is enclosed in transparent window shelves and Japan's Waseda University Straw Insulated Home | Works as a heating system in the cooler months and a cooling system in the summer. In the winter, the hay decomposes, releasing heat. In the summer, cool air is released in the home as the hay dries out. | via Dornob
Japanese Students Create Brilliant Straw Home Heated by Compost
andyoucallmeparanoid: “This 1805 illustration (artist unknown) from the Waseda University Theater Museum shows a mermaid that was reportedly captured in Toyama Bay. According to the accompanying text, the creature measured 10.6 meters (35 ft) long.”
Discovery of ancient Egyptian tomb of Khonsuemheb: A Japanese mission from Waseda University's Institute of Egyptology, under the direction of Prof. Jiro Kondo, discovered a new private tomb in the el-Khokha area of the Theban necropolis, across the Nile from Luxor. The tomb, which is beautifully decorated and very well preserved, probably dates to the Ramesside period, judging from stylistic elements
The discovery of tactile sensation by Professor Takashi Kawai’s lab at Waseda University‘s School of Fundamental Science and Engineering might be one of the most important discoveries in the gaming industry yet, cause sensibility is one of the most vital aspects of being human...