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Mayor Hayk Marutyan had a meeting with Japanese scientist Takeo Kanade

Yerevan Mayor welcomed the Japanese scientist, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, the author of “Origami World” theory, the author of “virtual reality” concept Mr Takeo Kanade who became the laureate of the State Prize of the Republic of Armenia for[...]

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Armenia has a great future in technology: President Sarkissian received the winner of the State Prize of Armenia for Global Contribution to Information Technologies Takeo Kanade

President Armen Sarkissian received today the winner of the 2019 State Prize of the Republic of Armenia for Global Contribution to Information Technologies (IT), Japanese scientist, Professor of Carnegie Melon University, the author of Origami World theory, creator of “virtual[...]

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Japanese scientist Takeo Kanade awarded RA State Prize for Global IT Contribution

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received Japanese scientist, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, author of the Origami World Theory, author of the concept of virtual reality Takeo Kanade, who has won the State Prize of the Republic of Armenia for Global[...]

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Takeo Kanade, author of ‘virtualized reality’, visits VivaCell-MTS to meet with ICT community of Armenia

The 2019 Laureate of the Global IT Award, the founder of “Origami World” theory, and the author of the ‘virtualized reality’, Japanese professor at the Carnegie Mellon University Takeo Kanade was hosted today at VivaCell-MTS head office. Dr. Kanade, VivaCell-MTS[...]

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Takeo Kanade: Armenia looks at high tech as the future, which is impressive

On December 6 Japanese scientist, Professor at the Carnegie Mellon University, creator of the “Origami World” theory and author of the concept of “virtualized reality” Takeo Kanade received the Armenian State Award for Global Contribution to Humanity through IT (the[...]

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