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What happens if we stop trying to understand consumers’ needs, and start cultivating empty spaces where people can innovate for themselves? In other words, letting go of the dream of a perfect, scientific innovation process by...
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Artist Yuri Suzuki talks about his experience with dyslexia, approaching music for dyslexics and presents his "Color Chaser 2010" project.
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With the advent of gamification, we've seen a recent proliferation of points, badges and other game mechanics in lots of on-line services. Based on various projects, Steffen offers an insightful and critical perspective on how...
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Robert Scoble shares his latest discoveries (as of February 2011) while checking out start-ups in Silicon Valley and Western Europe. A technical evangelist and author, he's best known for his blog, Scobleizer.com.

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Readers are slowly but surely migrating to digital reading, but what are the realities of usages of mobiles and tablets? How can media monetize their content and find a sustainable model on the free internet? What are the...
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In 2003, Parisian designers Birgitta and Alexandre decided to build their dream of a cross-competent creative workspace in an isolated village of Norway. This radical choice gave birth to a global collaborative experience of a...
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It is surprising how new concepts arisen from technological developments have so little impact on the architectural practice. Deeply inspired by presentation formats like Pecha Kucha, the project 'Remix Architecture' addresses...
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In this 5 minutes talk, Caecilia Charbonnier presents her research on studying the potential damages on joints created by extreme sports activities. In collaboration with the Grand Théâtre de Genève and the University Hospital...
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Honor Harger is working on broadcasting what Pythagoras and Johannes Kepler called "the music of the spheres", the "sounds" that extra-celestial bodies like the sun or planets produce. Her project Radio Astronomy allowed...
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If you're interested in how designing old fashion paper book can be transformed by video game mechanics and computing technologies, you'll be intrigued by Etienne's talk. The work he show is about creating “Paper Video Games”,...
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