Technology / Robotics
Yuki Ichikawa is a third year student in the Department of Computer Science, Chiba Institute of Technology. As a high school student, he developed and released a robot arm using a 3D printer as a research project to study computer science at his SSH (Super Science Highschool).
Continuing the development of robots after entering university, he also works in product development as an embedded engineer for major electronics manufacturers and hardware venture companies.
He takes on design and development jobs while producing displays in a self employed capacity.
He is a first year alumni of SecHack365 run by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology.
It won second place in Todai to Texas 2018, and was exhibited at the SXSW 2018 Tradeshow.
(Ichikawa handled the enclosure and device design, vibration structure, and product design.)
FabCafe Tokyo Halloween2016
Users can enjoy numerous different experiences of light and sound depending on their actions.
(Ichikawa handled the UX design and design of the booth components)
(Ichikawa handled the design and development of the wearable device)