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I’ve always had a fascination with inventors. So, when I found out about the Tokyo branch of the Maker Faire – a festival where people show off their homemade inventions – I was very much into it.
And I wasn’t disappointed. After some wonderful time trawling through the wild, weird, and wonderful inventions on show, we’ve compiled a list of some of the coolest and most left-field inventions Japan has to offer. You’re going to enjoy this.
SOMEONE MADE A DEVICE OUT OF LEGO THAT CREATES PAPER AIRPLANES AND THEN LAUNCHES THEM INTO THE DISTANCE
— 信 (@nob105) August 4, 2018
It’s too beautiful for words. Thank you, Japan, thank you.
THE DAYS OF PEOPLE CREATING BEATS USING
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