Masako Wakamiya, an 81-year-old Japanese woman who how to use a computer at the age of 60,created an app known as ‘Hinadan’ that essentially show people the correct way of staging their traditional doll displays before the festival.
She learned , she was then featured in TEDx talk in Tokyo. Where she delivered a speech on “active ageing in the digital world“.
Hinadan is a combination of words ‘hina’, which means doll and ‘dan’ meaning tier. The player must position a total of 12 dolls in their correct positions on a standard display with four tiers. A congratulatory message pops up after users reach the final stage after arranging the dolls in the correct spots.
This app is only available to iOS users. Download Here
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