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Mizuno Sports Foundations Museum

Mizuno (Osaka Nanko, 2006)

To celebrate the company’s centennial, the Mizuno Sports Foundations revamped their museum at Mizuno corporate headquarters in Osaka. The project included a new and improved version of the Projection Table Living World developed for the Uchida Yoko Corporate Museum in 2004.

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Befitting a sporting equipment company, athletes make up a large portion of the figures seen inside the cubes.

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This follow-up to Uchida Yoko’s education/office-related version forms a lesson in 100 years of Japanese history from the standpoint of sports.


Management: Masahide Yahata, Reiko Arai (Uchida Yoko)
Exhibit design/construction management: Takashi Shimasaki (Uchida Yoko)

Direction: Yoshiaki Nishimura (Living World)
Art direction & design: Tariho Nishimura (Living World)
Editing: Yoshinori Inamoto
Editorial support: Chizuru Morikawa
Programming/Engineering: Takahiro Shinkai, Masashi Okubo, Ryuichi Iwamasa (GK Tech)
Sound design: Kimitaka Matsumae (Manual of Errors)

Antenna unit engineering: CABIN Industrial Co., Ltd.

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