At each public viewing site, Sony engineers conducted original workshops for children titled "Niko Niko Power Generation," "Waku Waku Camera," and "Waku Waku AR." Specifically, there were a total of 11 workshop sessions at eight different sites. In all, they attracted the participation of 961 people, consisting mainly of the children of local residents.
In the Niko Niko Power Generation workshop, children standing next to each other generated electricity by spinning an original generator that was shaped like a round table and had a football design. They then took a photo of themselves with the electricity so generated. In this workshop, the participants collaborate in generating the electricity and have their photo taken with their arms around each other. This approach was attuned to the objective of the public viewing this time, which was aimed at furthering the social agendum of inter-ethnic harmony.