Square JS Thermo Experiment displays Explanation Video “The history and future of JS from the Showa era”

Square JS Thermo Experiment displays Explanation Video “The history and future of JS from the Showa era”

Square JS is a complex of Japan General Living. Square JS conducts the Thermo Experiment displays to capture and record thermal insulation differences in living room spaces, which vary depending on materials and construction methods, using a thermographic camera, and apply them to future spaces. Many customers visit this facility based on the keyword "housing complex," such as multi-family housing management companies, housing supply corporations, and local government officials. However, due to the specialized nature of displays content, it is difficult to fully understand the facility. Therefore, this video shows that the thermal environment of the living room is improving due to changes in the times, construction methods, and materials. After that, by observing the actual space, the complex contents of displays can be smoothly understood. < Video Story >The 40s of the Showa era. As a curious elementary school student, his father, Kiyoshi, the architect of the apartment complex, taught him about the thermal insulation of the living room, and he became interested in future research and improvement of the space. Then the space twists and we go back in time to 202X years! Kiyoshi is very excited about the future space. He learned that the temperature of a living room varies depending on the material and construction method. When she returned to the Showa period, her mother Keiko prepared meals and waited for them to return. Enjoying a family reunion while imagining the future that would come to academia.



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