Kitchen Budapest wants to create tangible interfaces through which people can get in touch with data.
Johnatan Landais and Patrick Vincent of Erasme, talk about using technology for elderly people.
MySollars.com is an Environmental Loyalty Solution for companies to engage consumers and for consumers it's a social game to compensate their carbon emmissions.
The Mute Watch is made by Mai-Li Hammargren, it provides an interesting design, display and user interface. You can order it for 199 Euros at: http://mutewatch.com
Fabian Hemmert and Tom Bieling of the Design Research Lab in Berlin talk about their research of the future of mobile phone technology, haptic feedback around phones, wearable computing. They also design a glove for deaf-bling users to be able to communicate over the Internet.
High-school students from Lausanne Switzerland show off their Lego Mindstorms based bluetooth synchronized robots.
Adrianne Jeffries, reporter at The New York Observer and David Birch, Consult Hyperion offer their opinions of the status of BitCoin, worldwide digital currencies, the future of financial services and more.
Billions of people are going to be connected to the Internet for the first time in the next months and years, the United Nations works on Human Rights for the Internet. This is about China, conflict zones, ACTA/SOPA and many other aspects of Internet Freedom worldwide.
Anaïs Saint-Jude organizes the BiblioTech Program at Stanford, encouraging use of Humanities, Philosophy, Litterature, Arts in Technology companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple.
Marcel Kampman launched Project Dream School to gather ideas for how to revolutionize schools worldwide.