- Born in Tokyo
- 1975-1979 Tokyo University of Arts, B.A.
- 1979-1981 Tokyo University of Arts, M.A.
- 1982-1984 Member of Computer Graphics division, SEDIC Inc.
- 1990- Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Information, Keio University
- 1980 Animation Film “One Man Show” – Salon SHU, Tokyo
- 1983 SIGGRAPH’83 Mandala1983- Detroit, U.S.A.
- 1984 SIGGRAPH’84 Miroku-Maitreya- Mineapolis, U.S.A.
- 1983 Mandala1983 computer animation
Grand Prize recieved from VIDEO CULTURE CANADA
Toronto Harbor-Front, CANADA
- 1996 Global Interior Project #2 Interactive Shared VR
Golden NICA recieved from ArsElectronica – Linz Austria
“In 1982, I had dived into computer graphics field as a art director
with 3 technical people. After spending 4 years for generating moving
images on video tape, I had felt frustration with the computer images,
because the image was generated with 3D data but we can not touch that
3D object. I had had strong desire to materialize the object which is
from computer data, for touching the surface. The results were shown as
computer generated sculpture in 1987 titled Geometric Love, NC milling machine was used for realization and in 1990 titled Forbidden Fruits, Stereo lithography technology was used.”