May 24, 2004

Katsuya Matsumura has a penchant for computers with character, and collaborated with Kanna Higashi to create the "ERN005PC" (aka, KANA). KANA is powered by an EPIA CL10000, and constructed from PVC piping, Polystyrene foam and the marvelously named Micro-Hollow-Globular-Resin-Clay. KANA isn't the first electronic woman Katsuya has constructed for himself, which raises several questions - and we're not sure if we want to know the answers. KANAs can even be maid to order. Regular readers will not be surprised to hear that Katsuya and Kanna hail from Japan.

Kanna Higashi & Katsuya Matsumura's "ERN005PC" (KANA)

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