TED x TUM
For Technical University of Munich TUM, we realized the first TED event in Munich and broadcast it live for all online audiences.
The event was used by entrepreneurs to talk about their future projects and business activities and to discuss research and teaching between students and lecturers with industry. Several hundred invited guests took part in the event and enthusiastically followed the lectures. The challenge for our team was to use four cameras to record the entire event live with all speakers and also to stream it via YouTube. That meant a technical and logistical effort to guarantee the perfect documentation of the event. Our team also took over the post-production for the final evaluation of the videos on the website and on social media. The result was several videos that document the event and also portray the startups involved in more detail.
To name just a few of the speakers and presentations: Mega events and the developing world | James Mister, Design beyond the shape | Benoit Jacob, Robots with muscles: inspired by nature | Rafael Hostettler, How do we learn from failure? | Dean Shepherd, Personalized health - harnessing the power of diversity | Burkhard Rost, There can be no human 2.0 without a humanity 2.0 | Philipp Reisinger
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