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Old 11-20-2011, 12:57 PM   #1
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Toyota Holds "FT-86 Fastest Painted Website" Event to Help Launch FR-S / FT-86

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Live painting from Shinjuku, Japan.

Article courtesy of Toyota Motor Corporation.

Toyota Motor Corp. to Hold Simultaneous Promotional Event for Soon-to-be Toyota City, Japan, November 17, 2011 Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) will launvch a promotional website for the production prototype of the "FT-86 I Concept", a new compact rear-wheel-drive sports car, which will premiere at Tokyo Motor Show on December 3 and be shown through December 11. *The website, called "FT-86 Fastest Painted Website", will go online at 10:00 on November 20, 2011.

The website will be in sync with an outdoor street painting in front of Shinjuku Station's East Exit in the Shinjuku Station Square. *A talented group of artists, th 1 Rinpa Eshidan 1, will start the painting at 10:00, November 20, and will gradually Rinpa Eshidan flesh it out over 8 hours and 6 minutes. *As the painters work, their piece will co to life in real-time as artwork on the fully-functional website to be authored by 2 Deltro Inc 2. *Together, the speed of these two groups working together wil Deltro Inc. *Together, the speed of these two groups working together wil exemplify the speed of the new Toyota sports car The website be be online until November 26.

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If you get a black screen, it probably because they have stopped streaming or it is night time in Japan. Worked fine for me around 11 PM. Of coarse earlier will too. Also, you will be able to click some links that show as real objects within the painting.

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