Veteran Indian artist, Jaideep Mehrotra recently announced his solo exhibition titled ‘Reflections in Mercury’. The exhibition will be held at Tao Art Gallery in Worli, Mumbai, from 23rd September to 22nd October, 2017. Known for his figurative works, Jaideep will be showcasing his abstract paintings for the first time. A combination of metal, paint and various mixed media come together in his work to form these intriguing, highly reflective, metallic works. Having working for over four decades, Jaideep Mehrotra is considered to be India’s finest inventive contemporary artist. Along with 23 solo exhibitions to his credit, he has participated in numerous group shows all over the world.
Nintendo Co. announced the launch of a palmsized version of its hugely successful Super Famicom game console, in the Japanese market. The game which was originally launched in the year 1990 will be recreated as the 'Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom' and it will be available with 21 preloaded titles including the immensely popular 'Super Mario World'. More popular games such as 'Platoon' are also expected to be launched soon. The revival model will have two controllers as the original model. The gaming console will be available from October 5th onwards for an expected street price of of 7,980 yen. The company will launch the recreated console in Europe and the United States on September 29th and in Australia on September 30th, 2017, prior to its launch in the domestic market.
Nikon Corp. will be boosting the production of its of display panels for smartphones and televisions in its factories in Japan. The company has decided to thrust the production as its competition in China and other Asian countries are aggressively investing in the development of high resolution LCD panels and OLED panels. The company has established additional production facilities in the premise of its existing . factories located in Tochigi and Miyagi Prefectures. Nikon has already increased the production capacity for its small-size panels (for smartphone) by 1.5x over those of 2015 and the production is being carried out at full swing. For large panels (for televisions), Nikon will increase the production 2x by 2018. Nikon currently enjoys about 65 percent of the world's share in panel manufacturing equipment. Nikon utilises the 10th generation size plates for manufacturing the large-format panels. Panel producers, Chinese companies in particular, are planning to build large-panel production factories, for which they are aggressively approaching the government to grant them subsidiaries.