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OMRON exhibited FORPHEUS in "CEATEC JAPAN 2015" in October 2015 in order to showcase technology that "brings out people's abilities".
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FORPHEUS was certified on January 6, 2016 for a Guinness World Record as the "first robot table tennis tutor", and described in the Guinness Book of Records 2017 edition as follows: "In October, 2015, the Japanese company OMRON Corporation introduced a table tennis robot with a sensor that measures the position of its opponent and the movement of the ball 80 times per second, can predict the trajectory of the ball and hit the ball back, and project the landing point of the ball". Takumi Nippon Project leader, Vihag Kulshrestha said: "Guinness World Records Japan launched a project called Takumi Nippon in 2014 that has transmitted Japan's wonderful technology to the world through the Guinness World Records.In the 60 some years since the first edition was published in 1955, a new edition has been issued every year, certifying world records in a variety of fields, gaining notoriety and popularity as "the picture book of world records".
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OMRON seeks to develop technologies that help create a richer society, creating a future of optimal "harmony" between human and machines in which machines have evolved from "co-operating" with goals set by humans to assisting people in making decisions for more creative lives.
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