[Image]This is what happens when you incorporate a “superb view window” into your home.The sharp images taken with a 4K camera and the reproduction of daily life sounds and environmental sounds give you a sense of realism as if there were a window there. The video lasts for 15 minutes, so you don’t seem to feel “looping”. In an interview with the natural science media “NATURE & SCIENCE,” Kyohi Kang, the company’s CEO, said he was very particular about the frame and scale so that the human brain feels like a window rather than a display. .. There are many landscapes where you can feel the change of the seasons, and last month, the landscape of Yoshiminedera Temple in Kyoto, which is famous for hydrangea, was added. The lush trees and the bright blue of the hydrangea remind us of the beginning of summer. There are more than 1,200 landscape images, and you can choose the one you like according to your mood and time of day. If you turn on the auto function, it will automatically select and play the video. There is also a function to play playlists registered as favorites and to switch the scenery according to the time. With the live streaming function, you can see the scenery of the land in real time through cameras installed all over the world. The same scenery will never be seen again, so you can enjoy it without getting bored. There is also a manga featuring a woman who decides to move overseas, triggered by a product like “Atmoph Window”. Manga artist Nugiko Socks’s “If you think about it, Obskra in the distance” finds out that one of the freelance photographers is looking for a video cameraman for “Atmoph Window” (a product that seems to be), and takes off to Germany with a rush. It’s a story. Although he has not been active as a cameraman in the film, it may be depicted in the future. There are many veterans among the cameramen who actually provide videos to “Atmoph Window”. One of them is Yasuaki Kagii, who has taken underwater photographs all over the world for 27 years and also appeared in the TBS-based “Jonetsu Tairiku”. He provides videos of Maldives, one of the world’s leading diving spots, and the Kerama Islands in Okinawa. According to the company’s press release, it seems that the shooting was successful despite the challenges different from shooting on the ground, such as “countermeasures against shocks and shaking caused by ocean currents, and how clear the underwater is projected”. That’s right. Mr. Tadashi Tawarayama, who shot San Diego, California, which was recently added, is a cameraman who has been involved in advertising photos such as Suntory and ANA, and PV shooting of Google. “Atmoph Window” provides videos of the four seasons of California and scenic spots such as Uyuni salt lake in Bolivia and Machu Picchu in Peru. With an unlimited plan starting from 980 yen per month, you can see more than 1,200 landscapes taken by them (the display itself is an extra charge). It may be a good idea to bring a superb view to your home to enhance your time at home.