Toyota [J] has released a promotional pro racing game “Social Network Racer” for Facebook. “Social Network Racer” is designed to enhance global recognition of the “FT－86II Concept” model, which will be officially opened to the public at the Tokyo Motor show in December. Users compete for time with others on the virtual circuit, and the… Continue reading Toyota Releases “Social Network Racer” For Facebook And “FT86 World Report” For iPhone
Toyota Social App Award – Save The Car (Japanese/Chinese) is a social application contest run by the world largest automaker Toyota. The social applications applied are expected to deliver fun and job of car to people. To promote the contest, Toyota prepared an official cheering song and its choreography. They lined up about 30 of… Continue reading Toyota Raves In Mad Social Campaign, Save The Car (And Us)!
Toyota Marketing Japan(TMJ)[J], a 100% subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation, announced it would have a contest on ideas of new apps integrating social network platforms which especially intend to make people interested in motor vehicles, in association with NHN Japan, GREE, DeNA, Mixi and Yahoo. Presidents of those companies will serve as the judges of the contest.… Continue reading Toyota’s Marketing Arm To Hold Social App Contest And Cheer Motor Industry
Japanese outplacement firm Intelligence [J] released their research of what companies people want to join next [J], done on 5,000 of office workers between age 25 to 34. On the ranking, Google jumped up from 2009’s third position because of good feeling to their “innovation” and “potential”. 2010 Rank in 2009 Company 1 3 Google… Continue reading The 2010 Most Popular Company For Japanese Job Seekers Is Google
The BSI-TOYOTA Collaboration Center (BTCC), which was established in 2007 by RIKEN as a collaborative project with Toyota Motor Corporation , Toyota Central R&D Labs, Inc., and Genesis Research Institute, Inc. made a demonstration of their developing wheelchair which you can manoeuvre just by brain wave, i.e. thinking. The demonstrator showed when he imaged a… Continue reading Brain Controlled Wheelchair Demo-ed by Toyota and Riken