Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Science & Technology in Performing Arts - OLEDine

During the 7. Silicon Saxony Days on June 27th, 2012 Prof. Jörg Rainer Noennig and his team of the Center for Knowledge Architecture of the TU Dresden provided the Science Speed Dating.

At the end a thrilling project that may lead to further projects facilitated by HTxA scouts Ralf Lippold & Angela Incampo was presented with Dr. Michael Scholles, Fraunhofer IPMS.

See for yourself, at FlickR.

For more pictures of the day-long event see Silicon Saxony FlickR set 

© OLEDine copyright by HTxA

PS.: How something could look like see here (however not suitable for ballet dance)

2 comments:

sameena Khan said...

science and tech is very fast now a day, i think world is very latest now, appreciated ralf lippold your blog is very informative and great, appreciated
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Ralf Lippold said...

Dear Sameena - excuse my delay on answering, and thanking you very much indeed for your comment!

Yes, it is true technology is overwhelmingly making its share in our daily life. Often it seems kind of overloading, but as it is with new technology there is a stage of astonishment, then denial, and after some time the once new technology is taken for granted.

When I was here in Dresden for a longer time in 1993 mobile phones were more like bricks, heavy, and as expensive that a private person wouldn't dare to buy one. Nowadays, what is the buzz about a mobile phone, as almost everybody has one?

What are your experiences with these new technologies in your life, and work environment which I suppose are much different to the one here in Dresden?