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And own Owen one this is it here if I
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just okay okay I'm the most un
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technical person in the world doing one
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of the most technical conferences in
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the world. Um first I just like to take
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my host for inviting us here. Um I had
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the best twenty four hours they wined
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and dined me last night I had whisky
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tasting up until one am. And still
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standing at this afternoon to talk to
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first of all let's get the right there
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you go. That's it that yeah every form
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of digital communication is generally
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inferior to face to face communication.
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There's something you get by actually
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meeting people that you don't get from
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email text or phone virtual reality is
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the first technology that tries to make
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digital communication not just more
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efficient but more useful. And even
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more compelling and even more human my
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name is cleaned already and the
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president and co founder the world we
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are formed my background is theatre I
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work in film I'm an actor I'm the
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director but most importantly I teach
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children how to act I teach drama
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classes around the world. Um a few
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years ago in London newspaper asked me
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do I train children for professional
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theatre and I said no I wouldn't do
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that any parent but what I the reason I
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teach drama is I think I'm making
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better human beings on teaching
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children how to make decisions how to
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take risks how to fail in a safe
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environment. And what I've discovered
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is that virtual reality has the same
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kind of elements that's going go to the
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next slide please virtual use and oh
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it's been around for a very long time
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this is actually a picture of the very
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first virtual reality goggle that was
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made in nineteen sixty eight but next
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like two thousand sixty look two fast
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two thousand sixteen is the year if we
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R yeah if you're not aware of it marks
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are copper founder face book actually
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paid a twenty two year old boy who
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invented the octal is two point three
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billion dollars last summer. And this
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started a revolution and since then
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just in the last year we've had three
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major developments in this industry. Um
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for those of you determine trying to
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gear BR that's what we have an exhibit
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hall right now when we tried on the
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train coming up for make this morning.
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Um the what's great about it's portable
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and it's accessible and it's affordable
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to ninety nine dollars on amazon. And
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then you have the HTC five any octal is
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what makes these good is that they're
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interactive you can actually
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participate in what you're doing but
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they're also more expensive this TC
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five was selling for eight hundred
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dollars what it was released but the
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actually sold fifteen thousand pair in
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the first ten minutes of being on sale.
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Um so people just been waiting for this
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to happen on the ark is out now and
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will be I think selling it in Europe
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quite soon. But the cardboard universal
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version was the affordable one and in
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two thousand sixteen over seven million
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people are using the cardboard version
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why because it's only five dollars. And
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it works on every mobile phone where
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the Samsung here needs the Samsung
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phone but it's also a better quality
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experience and if you haven't tried it
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please try to go to exhibit hall and
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try before you leave today eighty
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billion market in twenty twenty fifth
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twenty five that's what Goldman Sachs
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said the other day funny enough I woke
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up this morning and the new production
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wise is that it was gonna be a hundred
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and sixty five billion by twenty twenty
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now I don't think any of us know what's
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happening when it comes to the how much
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money's gonna generate. But we know
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that millions are being invested around
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the world every major Hollywood studio
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is now investing in it and they
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expected to to be the new form of
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entertainment three sixty video versus
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the are even I had a hard time figuring
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out this one three sixty which is been
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around for a while my understanding is
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immersive capture of reality around a
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fixed point or virtual reality is an
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alternate reality that has six degrees
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of freedom in movement. So when you
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move around it's moving with you also
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so you it the the the vision is
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stationary. Um next we have cameras the
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whole matrix is what we've been using
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recently if you look at our B larvae R
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film that we have on our goggles in the
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other room we did that ourselves just
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so we could understand the process it
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does take a lot of cameras together and
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then it does take about two thousand
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francs to the software stitches
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together and lots of lots of hours. But
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now you have what's called the the
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already cameras are fully synchronised
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but even the odyssey has blind spots on
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the top and the bottom. And of course
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the latest is the nokia. And of course
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it came out this year is sixty thousand
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dollar price tag. And now they've not
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done the price to forty five thousand
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but it is P are ready which means you
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can film I just download inexperience
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right away anyone can do it now your
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reality pure virtual reality what this
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really means is that you're allowed to
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create in the virtual world. And this
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is an amazing program if you haven't
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heard of to build brush you can talk to
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me after some kind of video
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demonstrating it but it is a three
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dimensional world where you're painting
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in creating and designing and you can
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you can see what you're doing as you
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can see in this picture here. Um where
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you creating fire the designing a
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volcano entertainment is obvious them
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the most natural avenue for virtual
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reality it started with games but
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hollywood's taken over now. And
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Hollywood is always looking for the new
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thing it was silent films remember
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those and then it was talkies with
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sound and now we're into CGI and all
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the special effects. But what's
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happened in the last twenty years is
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when pixar came out if you noticed
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every major Hollywood star wanted to be
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the pixar film "'cause" that was the
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new thing all right now the new thing
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is virtual reality films Nicole kidman
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is just on her latest film you're gonna
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see all the stars lining up the funny
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enough between virtual reality and
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pixar films there was something else
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that most people unless you play video
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games don't understand what's happening
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a lot of Hollywood stars have been
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doing video games because the
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technology is so advanced. And so you
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seize actors like Patrick Stewart
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change being Gordon video games and
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funny at most people don't realise is
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also that the top video games actually
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cost more to make more to produce and
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the most expensive Hollywood film but
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it actually makes more money. And
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that's quite into it. And so
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entertainment is a natural aspect for
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virtual reality but it's much more PR
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is immersive last and tooth out January
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two thousand fifteen is when it hit me.
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I saw add to the world economic forum
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and a bus they had dollars for the
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first time where ambassadors and prime
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ministers were wearing them but in for
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the first time instead of Reading
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report about the syrian refugee crisis
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the delegates put these goggles on it
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for a minute they were in the refugee
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camp and that changed everything this
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is creating social change now and it
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affected me personally and made me come
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up with the idea of founding the world.
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B are form education is a big aspect
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also with the RJR technology students
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can be converted for consumers of
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information and knowledge to creators
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of knowledge and understanding. And we
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have a short video just to demonstrate
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that at work now this volume Okay I
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think I like in your or just an
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ordinary or oh what we're we're gonna
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you go where I oh this is great well no
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the great wall of china now we catfish
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or just because a time but they were
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doing the math class and they were
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trying to figure out how long it takes
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them personal how long the great wallet
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is but then they were trying to figure
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out calculating how long it will take
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them but what the whole link this is
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doing a math class and and of course on
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top of that they got to actually stand
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on the great wall of china in the
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middle there classroom. And and it's
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it's just like you can read a book
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about how to ski. But it's much better
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if you actually go ski itself. And this
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is what the R.s allowing students to do
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is not only talk about the great wall
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of china but actually stand on it how
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does a big aspect industry that's
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benefiting greatly from virtual reality
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an augmented reality it's a tool to
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help with doctors and patients most
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recently the had the the next what's
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too fast sorry the latest story that I
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just read about two weeks ago was a
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group of doctors who were using virtual
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reality to relieve pain pain and
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suffering and they work with burn
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patients if your patient your buddies
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your bodies covered with burns the
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hardest thing is having to change
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bandages everyday. And you gotta pump
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your body for morphine to kill the pain
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is they do this by using virtually
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goggles on burn patients they produce
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the pain by seventy percent I mean it's
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quite significant player now and and
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they're more studies happening but
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people are using this for drug release
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on the using it for dealing with
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phobias you name it other aspects is
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obviously you've got industry jaguar
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land Rover in the UK have been
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designing cars in virtue Audi since two
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thousand eight they were one of our
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guest speakers this year tourism is
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very big if you notice again we did a
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bill are the are the only three sixty
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film that we actually showed in
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shanghai china to six thousand guest
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visitors the came to or installation
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for ten days and that was one the main
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aspects they're all cute about looking
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it's what's linens swiss Alps and it's
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a great way to promote tourism just by
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having a simple program and it can just
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be a cardboard device with the phone in
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it and they download the apps real
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estate is huge now you can actually
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developed the whole state without
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building it you can actually want to
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the house that you want bill before
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even spend a penny on the actual
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material a building it this is what
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virtual reality I'll stop for when it
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comes to real estate business product
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development architecture you also look
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in a marketing training and learning
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how to well evenhanded astronaut use it
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now and all the sports enthusiast
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athletes in real we're using virtual
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reality help improve their training in
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you realise and the next four years is
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gonna be a significant aspect of their
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training is virtual reality training I
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just I just see this was club med they
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created virtually display and they were
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touring it this is a shopping centre in
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Paris or people would sit down and
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these seats and experience skiing on a
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ski holiday and they were signing up to
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go to club and holidays. Thank you all
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right in the world they are form is a
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medium and what we've done is we've
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created a form what we talk about it a
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festival what we celebrated and this
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time for the first time we're actually
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gonna have a market are and you'll
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summit is income Montana last may which
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is less than four months ago we held
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our first conference we had fifty two
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guest speakers from around the world
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which included EPF L.'s earn but also
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the jaguar land Rover included doctors
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and scientists include Hollywood
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directors and producers bring in them
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all together. But it was to talk for
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the first time everyone's been playing
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with virtual reality but no one's
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talking about it. And that's what we
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did a comedy and with the world your
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form is we created an open dialogue
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there no rules there no regulations yet
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there's no ratings on what's right for
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children and what's not and this is
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what we're hoping to do with this
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summit and then you'll summit is to
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bring leaders together every year but
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also celebrate on the festival are
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first conference at fifty two speakers
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we were expecting four hundred people
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to attend but we had over one thousand
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five hundred show up during the three
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days and next year we expect about
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three thousand to attend since in the
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last four months we now have five trips
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to china between now and December the
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chinese are kind of crazy about virtual
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reality and because what the world we
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are form they're using us as their link
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just what celine linked to Europe and
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so we're in a very fortunate space
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where we're creating a lot of business
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relationship between swiss companies
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and the chinese industry that's back in
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this up with millions of dollars. Um on
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top of that we we offer memberships or
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program we got some publications in
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virtual reality. Um we're very busy but
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we're very excited and looking for to
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this next year two thousand seventeen
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the trains to come daydream Google has
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just come out. And what this means is
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that it's gonna convert any mobile
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phone to be as good as my sense and
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here they are it's going to make it
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just as good no matter what kind of
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gargle you use and that's quite
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significant. But augmented realities
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again changer with augmented reality
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you don't need goggles we can actually
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present something right here on the
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stage right now without wearing goggles
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the only thing is you have to work just
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normal classes that the high tech
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classes. So I can still see you you can
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see me but we can actually see what you
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want to project what product you wanna
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demonstrate. Here's a short video
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showing an example of an augmented
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reality this will be a significant
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gains changer and of course it is a
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commercial you'll notice none of the
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children are wearing glasses this is a
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company called magically but they've
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already raised one point six billion
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dollars and they haven't even released
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anything yet but they've got so much
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investment because what they're doing
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is exciting and we know what's coming
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because of all the patents that file so
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far. And I they they think that someone
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like disney's actually interesting
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thinking about buying them right now in
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so it it's gonna be a very exciting and
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here for us augmented reality will be a
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big part of our festival next year so I
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get I would just like to thank you for
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your time thank you for invitation and
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we do have a trailer if we have time
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otherwise what we're gonna do is we're
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gonna put that on the website the
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conference here. So you can look that
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up and check out next year's event.

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Conference Program

Accueil
Corinne Feuz, Coordinatrice d’ecovillages
25 Aug. 2016 · 9:45 a.m.
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Mot de bienvenue
Philippe Grobéty, Syndic d’Ormont-Dessus
25 Aug. 2016 · 9:46 a.m.
Mot de bienvenue
Michael Liebreich, Fondateur et vice-président d’ecovillages
25 Aug. 2016 · 9:49 a.m.
Big data, Smart data, Internet of Things
Matteo Mazzeri, Entrepreneur, Digital enthusiast
25 Aug. 2016 · 9:59 a.m.
114 views
Les technologies évoluent, comment les faire accepter?
Nicolas Henchoz, Directeur de l'EPFL-ECAL Lab
25 Aug. 2016 · 10:21 a.m.
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1er débat: La technologie au service de la transition - Modéré par Thierry Meyer, Rédacteur en chef de 24heures
Nicolas Henchoz, Alain Sapin, Jean-Marc Udriot, Yvan Betrisey, resp. Directeur de l'EPFL-ECAL Lab, Directeur Energie de Groupe E SA, Président de la CITAV et Syndic de Leysin, Coordinateur de l'eEnergy Center au Technopark de Sierre
25 Aug. 2016 · 10:38 a.m.
1er débat: Questions du public
Nicolas Henchoz, Alain Sapin, Jean-Marc Udriot, Yvan Betrisey, resp. Directeur de l'EPFL-ECAL Lab, Directeur Energie de Groupe E SA, Président de la CITAV et Syndic de Leysin, Coordinateur de l'eEnergy Center au Technopark de Sierre
25 Aug. 2016 · 11:10 a.m.
Réflexion: Tourisme de montagne et changement climatique : entre menaces et opportunités
Christophe Clivaz, Politologue et professeur associé à l'UNIL
25 Aug. 2016 · 11:16 a.m.
BestPellet : le succès d’un esprit pionnier
Oskar Schneuwly, Membre fondateur et Directeur de BestPellet
25 Aug. 2016 · 11:44 a.m.
En marche avec l'exposition itinérante InAlp!
Isaline von Däniken, Coordinatrice de la plateforme RECHALP et Coordinatrice scientifique de l’exposition inAlpe (UNIL)
25 Aug. 2016 · 12:01 p.m.
Présentation du Swisscom Smartcity Piano pour Aigle Région (une première en Suisse !)
Christian Minacci et Raphaël Rollier, Resp. Délégué économique chez Aigle Région et responsable Smartcity chez Swisscom
25 Aug. 2016 · 12:14 p.m.
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Conclusion de la matinée
Corinne Feuz, Coordinatrice d’ecovillages
25 Aug. 2016 · 12:35 p.m.
Firestarter: Le cheval connecté
Patrice Mueller et Nuria Pazos Escudero, Professeurs à la HE-ARC Ingénierie
25 Aug. 2016 · 2:02 p.m.
Ecovillages: Comment la Smala fait éclore des écolieux
Théo Bondolfi, Coordinateur des services Ecopol de l'institut Smala pour la création d'ecovillages
25 Aug. 2016 · 2:20 p.m.
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Comprendre la mobilité pour une planification durable de la Ville
Alexandre Bosshard, Coordinateur DTSI, projet pilote de la ville de Pully
25 Aug. 2016 · 2:33 p.m.
2ème débat: Smart City, Smart Village, quel bénéfice pour les communautés - Modéré par Thierry Meyer, Rédacteur en chef de 24heures
Alexandre Bosshard, Raphaël Rollier, Hervé Dedieu, Guy Monnier, Frédéric Borloz, Resp: Coordinateur DTSI, projet pilote de la ville de Pully - Responsable Smartcity chez Swisscom - CEO chez Novaccess Groupement CityZen - Directeur commercial EcoWaste - Conseiller national et syndic d'Aigle
25 Aug. 2016 · 2:42 p.m.
2ème débat: Questions du public
Alexandre Bosshard, Raphaël Rollier, Hervé Dedieu, Guy Monnier, Frédéric Borloz, Resp: Coordinateur DTSI, projet pilote de la ville de Pully - Responsable Smartcity chez Swisscom - CEO chez Novaccess Groupement CityZen - Directeur commercial EcoWaste - Conseiller national et syndic d'Aigle
25 Aug. 2016 · 3:19 p.m.
Hackathon, Act Now !
Didier Faure, coordinateur Hackathon Ecovillages
25 Aug. 2016 · 3:33 p.m.
Présentation de 2 projets primés au 1er hackathon ecovillages (14 et 15 mai 2016)
Alexandre Cotting, professeur HES-SO et coordinateur Hackathon HES-SO
25 Aug. 2016 · 3:38 p.m.
Présentation de Snukr - Partie 1
25 Aug. 2016 · 3:45 p.m.
Présentation de Snukr - Partie 2
25 Aug. 2016 · 3:50 p.m.
Présentation de Ski-Pulse
Nicolas Casademont et Teo Stocco, EPFL
25 Aug. 2016 · 3:54 p.m.
Présentation du projet THE Port
Sylvain Kaufmann, président du projet THE Port à Genève
25 Aug. 2016 · 3:59 p.m.
Logifleet, un modèle de gestion de la mobilité connectée
Raphaël Greppin, CEO chez Logifleet
25 Aug. 2016 · 4:22 p.m.
Le géoradar contre le cancer du béton
Alexis Kalogeropoulos, Fondateur et expert chez Bridgology
25 Aug. 2016 · 4:33 p.m.
Un refuge de berger écologique
25 Aug. 2016 · 4:39 p.m.
Le World Virtual Reality Forum - WVRF
Clayton Doherty, Co-fondateur et Président du WVRF
25 Aug. 2016 · 4:51 p.m.
Smart Cities et e-gouvernance au service du développement durable
Christian Mumenthaler, Consumer Decision and Sustainable Behavior Lab
25 Aug. 2016 · 5:07 p.m.
Le Wave Trophy, un rallye électrique !
Louis Palmer, Président du Wave Trophy
25 Aug. 2016 · 5:17 p.m.
Synthèse des idées networking, choix de la thématique 2017
Michael Liebreich et Corinne Feuz
25 Aug. 2016 · 5:29 p.m.

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