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Japan Brings Cutting-edge Technologies

JAPANESE companies will highlight cutting-edge technologies at the Japan Pavilion, including a machine that can turn sewage into drinking water, floorboards that can generate electricity when walked on as well as intelligent robots and the country's most advanced vehicles, a pavilion official said yesterday.

A camera from Japanese maker Canon that can take three-dimensional photos will make its world debut.

Toyota will exhibit robots and its concept electric, one-passenger vehicle "i-REAl."

Panasonic will build a "Life Wall," an electronic wall with virtual televisions, clocks and bookshelves.


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