Mogic thinks

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


ORIGAMI, how to fold information

It's a bit of a stretch, but one of the best ways to get to know people from different countries when you go abroad is through the Japanese art of Origami ORIGAMI.

Origami has a high level of recognition, and when I start making it, people are interested in it in a "Oh, that" kind of way.

However, since many people know about vines and balloons, it is usually a good idea to write the person's name in Chinese characters on the completed origami as an added bonus.

While making origami, I always feel that this is what makes it "valuable" and that it is the "ability to organize information".

The material for origami is a sheet of plain paper.

They are everywhere in the world. And pens are everywhere, too.

In just a few tens of seconds, you can create a sense of discomfort in the person you are talking to, with the Japanese world view of cranes and your unfamiliar name in kanji.

There is a moment when something that was too common and too familiar to be "there" becomes "there".

The process of creating new value from mundane objects gives us hints to gain insights from the vast amount of mundane information on the Internet.

Perhaps the framework of perception of "vast and mundane information" itself is different, and we cannot see how to fold mundane information into value, and even more troubling, it is uncertain and seems to be changing rapidly.