The lecture was very short — less than an hour in length. My friend and I arrived late and got in free, which is why I only have twenty minutes recorded. Following his lecture, Dr. Tsunemi Kubodera translated an episode of a Japanese educational TV show for kids that focused on his expedition. Dr. Kubodera seemed very comfortable during the video and even cracked a few jokes. Sadly, I didn't record this part.
I could give you a summary of the lecture, but since it revolved mostly around the slides Dr. Kubodera showed us, I think it might be better if I just post a few pertinent links. These are the best I found after a full hour of googling:
National Geographic: Photos Offer First Glimpse of Live Deep-Sea GiantThe actual scientific study, which includes a few of Dr. Kubodera's slides, can be found here.
Live Science: Elusive Giant Squid Finally Photographed
Nature.com: Giant squid snapped in the deep
Of the sites I came across, this was one of my favorites:
The Kraken has been found alive off the make-believe island of Japan. Scientists trapped one and he had to rip off a tentacle to escape. So now they are angry. Our days are numbered.