High-Capacity Optical Disks / Automatic Skewer Machines *RERUN
The fascinating stories and secrets behind hit Japanese products, plus parts and machines that boast the top share of niche markets. In the first half: high-capacity optical disks capable of recording many hours of high-definition shows off the TV, developed by a major Japanese manufacturer in 2002. In the second half: automatic skewer machines used in over 40 countries and regions worldwide. We show off this unique invention that was first made for chicken skewers.
Kashiwagi Toshiyuki, involved with the development of high-capacity optical disks
The first high-capacity optical disk TV recorder
Saito Shinji, involved with the development of automatic skewer machines