Colin Moreshead

Japan Tech in Asia

Tech in Asia

Colin Moreshead is a writer for Tech in Asia who is living and working in Tokyo. He studied at Wesleyan and Waseda Universities, where his research focused primarily on Japanese economic institutions and exchange rate policy.

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a geek since Jun 2015

Consumer

This smart glove is affordable home rehab for stroke patients

This South Korean startup aims to provide stroke patients with an affordable alternative to costly rehabilitation programs.
Aug 03, 2015

Gaming

This smart glove is affordable home rehab for stroke patients

This South Korean startup aims to provide stroke patients with an affordable alternative to costly rehabilitation programs.
Aug 03, 2015

Health

This smart glove is affordable home rehab for stroke patients

This South Korean startup aims to provide stroke patients with an affordable alternative to costly rehabilitation programs.
Aug 03, 2015

Industry

This smart glove is affordable home rehab for stroke patients

This South Korean startup aims to provide stroke patients with an affordable alternative to costly rehabilitation programs.
Aug 03, 2015

Innovation

Pepper robot goes on sale as SoftBank announces $589M joint venture with Alibaba, Foxconn

Now that the emotional robot has entered the market, Softbank wants Pepper to be the first household humanoid robot in the world
Jun 26, 2015

Robotics

Pepper robot goes on sale as SoftBank announces $589M joint venture with Alibaba, Foxconn

Now that the emotional robot has entered the market, Softbank wants Pepper to be the first household humanoid robot in the world
Jun 26, 2015

Wearables

Dot is bringing wearable tech to the visually impaired

This smartwatch doubles as an e-braille reader which makes it easy for the visually impaired to consume digital content in real time.
Sep 12, 2015

This Korean startup is making wearables for the blind, but its ambition is much bigger

If you’re staring at a screen right now, you don’t need the product featured in this article. But trust me, it’s worth a look all the same
Aug 23, 2015