Should VR conversion of cultural properties be made a national project? 46.8% answered that “the government should only provide subsidies; in principle, it should be done with private capital.” A notable comment was, “Owners should pay their own costs to protect their cultural properties.”
Hidenori Ukai, the chief priest of Shokakuji Temple in Kyoto, author, and journalist, has solicited opinions on Surfvote and announced the voting results!
Polimill Co., Ltd. (Polimill, Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Eri Yokota, hereinafter referred to as Polimill), which supports the discovery and resolution of social issues using SNS and technology, has announced that it will make the VR conversion of cultural properties a national project. Voting for the issue “Should we do it?” ended on October 31st, and we would like to inform you of the results.
Survey target: Users with accounts on Surfvote
Survey method: Users with accounts on Surfvote vote
Voting period: August 25th to October 31st, 2023
Number of valid votes: 62 votes
■Polimill Co., Ltd.
Polimill Co., Ltd. is an ICT startup company that operates and develops the social design platform Surfvote. Surfvote is a service that specializes in social issues and problems, allowing users to not only vote their own opinions on any topic, but also listen to the opinions of other users. The local government version of Surfvote is also being expanded and will work with local governments to encourage residents to create livable cities. Using SNS and technology, we will create a society in which everyone can participate in rule-making and can flexibly and speedily reform systems in line with changes in values and advances in technology. https://polimill.jp