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Experience a Virtual Reality Tour of the TDK Museum!
“TDK Museum VR Tour”

Virtual reality content has been launched offering a VR tour of the TDK Museum in Nikaho City, Akita Prefecture.
Please try this 360° VR tour, which offers an experience just as if you were going around the physical museum itself.
If you are using a PC, drag the 360° image with your mouse.


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* If you are using a tablet or smartphone, please view the VR touraccess the content via YouTube.

Overview
View a three-minute introduction to the TDK Museum.

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History Zone
What has TDK produced? Take a look at a five-minute video of TDK’s history.

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History Zone (Timeline)
Take a chronological look at products using TDK components, from nostalgic items to recent devices.

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History Zone (TDK’s Four Great Innovations)
Take a look at TDK’s four great innovations and their impact on society.

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Future Zone
Take a look at how electronics, spintronics, and other state-of-the-art technologies are going to change our lives.

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Future Zone (Interactive Magnetic Field Theater by teamLab)
This theater visualizes magnetism, which is usually invisible to the naked eye, digitally based on scientific verification. Be sure to take a look.

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Future Zone (Smart House)
This is maybe what a future house will look like! Take a look at what it will be like, from morning preparations to going out using a baton.

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Notes:

  • A Wi-Fi connection is recommended.
  • The user must pay any communication expenses.
  • Since the VR content may impair the eyesight of growing children, do not allow children under the age of seven to use it.
  • Do not use the VR content for a long time. If you feel unwell during use, terminate use immediately.
    Since surroundings cannot be seen during use, remain seated during the tour and refrain from moving around.
  • Be careful not to drop your smartphone or tablet during use. We will not accept any liability if smartphones, etc. are dropped and damaged during use.