New updated - "Vibroscope / Lie" ver 3.0

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"Vibroscope" and "Vibroscope Lite" have been updated to ver 3.0.

"Vibroscope" is a powerful measurement tool for analyzing vibration by using iPhone's acceleration sensor in realtime. It allows you to monitor by visualizing the very low-frequency vibration such as inaudible by ear.

It can be intuitively detected an acceleration amount, that displays the two-axial coordinates in the horizontal direction and the time-axis waveform in the vertical direction.

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It is also equipped with the ability to analyze the frequency components of the very low frequency vibration by FFT analyzer.

It can be measured by determining the horizontal or vertical direction to suit the attitude of the iPhone, so as to be available in a placement of the floor and desk or Handheld.

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Please to click the following link to show "Vibroscope" from App StoreTM. It will be open our product page on App StoreTM.


Please to click the following link to show "Vibroscope Lite" from App StoreTM. It will be open our product page on App StoreTM.


posted by toons at 08:50 | News


Information on season's holidays closure

We will be closed from 2018/12/28 to 2019/1/6 for the season's holiday.

Regarding inquiries received during the holidays, we will respond sequentially after the holidays. Thank you for your understanding.

Have a good new year !


posted by toons at 23:55 | News


Rohm Illumination 2018


Last night, I went to "ROOM ILLUMINATION 2018".


This event is held by Kyoto semiconductor maker "Rohm" until 12/25 around the head office. With just three consecutive holidays, it was crowded with many visitors.


This year it was illuminated by about 860,000 LED lights, it was very beautiful.

posted by toons at 08:00 | diary


Marché de Noël 2018


Last weekend, I went to "Marché de Noël".


In "Institut français du Japon Kansai - Kyoto", le Marché is held once a month, but in December it will be held specially for two days of the weekend.


It was full of Noel's wonderful decoration, there was a music live, exciting Christmas Market.

Fantasy objects and illumination are handled by an art group "Miller Ballers" that creates space and light works with reflections using mirror balls.


There were plenty of stalls and it was very crowded.


I had the cuisine of French restaurant "Eventail" and drank French wine, so I had a very good time.


I purchased Black cabbage and Coriander as a souvenir at a stand selling vegetables and went home.
posted by toons at 20:52 | diary


New updated - "Low Frequency Detector" ver 2.0


"Low Frequency Detector" was updated to ver 2.0.

"Low Frequency Detector" is a new acoustic measurement tool for detecting low frequency sound/noise that is hard to hear in the normal situation.


This app can display the frequency component of the low frequency sound by examining by 1/3 octave band analysis and FFT analysis.

Low frequency sound is lurking everywhere in everyday life.

Unlike general noise, low frequency sounds are often not noticed easily and there is a property that it is hard to predict the physical influence.

If it is general noise, you may get used to it. However, in many cases the low frequency sound deteriorates physical influences over time.

If there is insomnia or poor physical condition, low frequency sound may be the cause. Please check the presence and source of low frequency sound by using this app to solve your problems.

In the latest version, the analysis report function is now available.

- 1/3 octave band analysis

- FFT analysis

- Analysis Report

In general, there are the following things that can be a source of low frequency sound.

- Sources at home: ventilation fan, refrigerator, air conditioner, blower, household fuel cell, heat pump water heater, dehydration pump, etc.

- Outdoor sources: automobiles, trains, aircraft, outdoor units for building air conditioning, factory noise, long-term vibration of road bridges, wind power generation, etc.

Please to click the following link to show "Low Frequency Detector" from App StoreTM. It will be open our product page on App StoreTM.

posted by toons at 23:47 | News