Announcement of final selection for the 2020 "Disruptive Challenge" Category

■The Disruptive Challenge Proposal Names

Those who will proceed towards their "Ambitious Technical Goal". The support amount is up to 3 Million JPY for up to 1 year, minus the support and period of the Zero to One Challenge period, i.e., the shorter the Zero to One Challenge period, the longer the Disruptive Challenge period. Eligible to take a graduation examination.

The following Disruptive Proposals have been selected for the Disruptive Challenge

Proposal Title

Full Name

Location

Development of a Strawberry Pollination Control Algorithm that Imitates Honeybees for Automatic Pollination Robots

Ichikawa Yuuki

Tokyo

Pursuit of AI that can Fulfill Your Fashion Ideals

Katou Natsumi

Tokyo

Biodegradable Instant House: A House of the Future that can be Built with the Whole Family

Kitagawa Keisuke

Aichi

WALKCAR, A Car that can be Carried Around in a Bag

Satou Kuniaki

Tokyo

Stickers coated with 100% natural formulations that extend fruits shelf life by 3-4 times longer

Zhafri Zainudin

Malaysia

A Realistic Piano Performance Experience with the Support of a Superbly Attentive Robot

Nishioka Hayato

Tokyo

Establishment of the Optimum Structure of a Drone Mass Production Method Using Integrally Composed Circuitboards, Sensors, and Wiring

Hanyuuda Gouta

Nagano

Big Data Archiving Technology that can be Used/Available 100 Years From Now

Furushou Shinji

Kanagawa

Creation of "Taste Media"

Miyashita Houmei

Tokyo

Development of a New Smartphone Health Check System Based on Skin Sensations on the Finger

Yoshimura Shinichi

Osaka

■Zero to One Challenge Proposal Names

The Zero to One Challenge is a period for challengers to freely trial and error their ideas without fear of failure to clarify their "Ambitious Technical Goal." The support amount is up to 1 Million JPY and the period is up to 4 months, which can be set by the challengers. By applying to the Executing Agency when the challenger feels is appropriate, they can undergo an evaluation to proceed to the Disruptive Challenge. If challengers pass this selection, they will proceed to the Disruptive Challenge.

The following Disruptive Proposals have been selected for the Zero to One Challenge

Proposal Title

Full Name

Location

Improvement and Multimedization of Buncho, the Scenario Creation Support AI

Oosone Hiroyuki

Chiba

A Monetization Service for Bookstores Based on E-Book Reviews

Kanazawa Kimihito

Kanagawa

A New Product Creating a Fresh New Place of Expression by Breathing a Sense of Life Into All Kinds of Clothes.

Kayama Shoudai

Tokyo

Something to Protect Everyone's Eyes

Kimura Hinata

Tokyo

Voice Shower

Taiga Rii

Kanagawa

"Syrinx", a Device to Recover a Lost Voice

Takeuchi Masaki

Kanagawa

Application Development to Train Elementary School Children Who Will Play an Active Role in the Future

Takeuchi Yuuto

Osaka

Systemization of Stage Theater Techniques and Verification of Application Possibilities for Full Remote Theater Video Shooting Robitics Technology

Tanaka Yoshimaru

Tokyo

SSpatial Timer ~Feel the Presence of Another Person~

Nakajima Chizuru

Tokyo

Improving Accessibility of AI Technology Development for a Diversity-Inclusive Sustainable AI Society

Hasuo Takashi

Tokyo

A Solar-Power 'Plant', the Plant Every Home Will Want

Hanazono Sonoe

Osaka

Emergency Helicopter Aerial Photography, A Method of Capturing a Bird's-Eye View of Medical Information During a Disaster's Acute Phase Using a Banner (SOS Sheet)

Fuse Akira

Tokyo

Development of a Technology to Visualize All Kinds of Conversations by Focusing on Quantatitve Information

Mizumoto Takeshi

Saitama

From Today You are Disabled! A Prototype MR (Mixed Reality) System to Let People Experience the Daily Difficulties of Those with Disabilities.

Miyazaki Eiichi

Kagawa

《ARama!》: The AR Camera Application that Turns People and Objects Around You Into Items to Play With

Morishita Makoto

Gifu

Development of a Non-Invasive Voluntary Movement Suppression Device for Full Immersion Technology Using TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation)

Watanabe Ryuutarou

Tokyo