Adrian Cheok is a 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient in recognition of his achievements and contribution in the field of computing, engineering and multisensory communication.

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Adrian is a pioneer in mixed reality and multisensory communication; his innovation and leadership has been recognised internationally through multiple awards.
Some of his pioneering works in mixed reality include innovative and interactive games such as ‘3dlive’, ‘Human Pacman’ and ‘Huggy Pajama’. He is also the inventor of the world’s first electric and thermal taste machine, which produces virtual tastes with electric current and thermal energy.

Adrian Cheok is a 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient in recognition of his achievements and contribution in the field of computing, engineering and multisensory communication.


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By Adrian David Cheok, Kasun Karunanayaka, Halimahtuss Saadiah, Hamizah Sharoom



Many of the Olfactometer implementations we find today, comes with high price and they are

complex to use. This project aiming to develop a simple, low cost, and easily movable laboratory

Olfactometer, that can be used as a support tool for wider range of experiments related to smell, taste,

psychology, neuroscience, and fMRI. Generally, Olfactometers use two types of olfactents; solid or

liquid odor. Our laboratory Olfactometer (as shown in Figure 1) will support for liquid based odors

and later we may also extend to handle solid odors.  Also we are thinking of improving this system as

a combined Olfactometer and Gustometer.


In this Olfactometer design, we utilize continuous flow (Lorig design) for good temporal control.

Lorig design have simpler design and low cost due to minimal usage of parts as compared to other

designs (Lundstrom et al., 2010). Our Olfactometer contains an 8 output channels that will produces

aromas in a precise and controlled manner. Besides that, it also produces a constant humidified flow

of pure air. The laboratory Olfactometer components consists of oil less piston air compressor, filter

regulator & mist separator, 2- color display digital flow switch, check valve, solenoid, manifold,

TRIVOT glass tube, connector, gas hose clip and also PU tubing. The controlling system of

Olfactometer will consists of Adruino Pro mini, UART converter, USB cable and solenoid circuit.


Air supply from oil-less piston air compressor plays an important part to deliver the odor with a

constant air pressure to the subjected nose. After that, the filter regulator combined with mist

separator are used to ensure the air is clean and did not have any other contaminant. After the filter,

the air flows will be metered through to 2-color display digital flow switch. Check valves are

connected after the flowmeter to ensure that the air will flow only in one direction. After the check

valve, the tube is then connected to 9 fitting male connectors which directly fit into the 8 output of

manifold. Then, 8 pcs of normally closed solenoid valves will be connected to the top of the manifold.

The Olfactometer can manually be controlled by computer to send an odour to the nose. A 2-color

display digital flow switch will be connecting after solenoid to make sure the air will flow around 3

LPM to 5 LPM (to avoid any discomfort to the subjected nose). If the solenoid valve is on by

computer, the air will pass through to the glass bottles and proved it by seeing the bubbling air inside

of glass bottles. Finally, air flow will blow the liquid/solid and go through the check valve before

straight to human nose.


The Laboratory Olfactometer

Magnetic Table

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By Nur Ellyza Binti Abd Rahman*, Azhri Azhar*, Murtadha Bazli , Kevin Bielawski , Kasun Karunanayaka, Adrian David Cheok



In our daily life, we use the basic five senses to see, touch, hear, taste and smell. By utilizing some of

these senses concurrently, multisensory interfaces create immersive and playful experiences, and as a

result, it is becoming a popular topic in the academic research. Virtual Food Court (Kjartan Nordbo,

et. al.,2015), Meta Cookie (Takuji Narumi, et. al.,2010) and Co-dining (Jun Wei, et. al., 2012)

represent few interesting prior works in the field. Michel et al. (2015) revealed that dynamic changes

of the weight of the cutleries, influence the user perception and enjoyment of the food. The heavier

the weight of the utensils, would enhance the flavour. In line with that, we present a new multisensory

dining interface, called ‘Magnetic Dining Table and Magnetic Foods’.


‘Magnetic Dining Table and Magnetic Foods’ introduces new human-food interaction experiences by

controlling utensils and food on the table such as modify weight, levitate, move, rotate and

dynamically change the shapes (only for food). The proposed system is divided into two parts;

controlling part and controlled part. The controlling part consist of three components that are 1)

Dining Table, 2) Array of electromagnet and 3) Controller circuit and controlled part consist of two

components; 1) Magnetic Utensils and 2) Magnetic Foods. An array of electromagnet will be placed

underneath the table and the controller circuit will control the field that produce by each of the

electromagnet and indirectly will control the utensils and food on the table. For making an edible

magnetic food, ferromagnetic materials like iron, and iron oxides (Alexis Little, 2016) will be used.

We expect that this interface will modify taste and smell sensations, food consumption behaviours,

and human-food interaction experiences positively.


Magnetic Dining Table and Magnetic Foods

Bench of Multi-sensory Memories

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By Stefania Sini, Nur Ain Mustafa, Hamizah AnuarAdrian David Cheok



What if cities have dedicated urban interfaces in public spaces that invite people to share stories and

memories of public interest, and facilitate the creation of a public narration? What if people share and

access these stories and memories while chatting with a public bench? Will the interaction with the

bench provide a meaningful, memorable and playful experience of a place?


The Bench of Multi-sensory Memories is an urban interface whose objective is to investigate the role

of urban media in placemaking. It mediates the creation of a public narration, and affords citizens a

playful and engaging interface to access and generate stories and memories that form this narration.


The bench has been designed and fabricated in collaboration with the Malaysian artist Alvin Tan,

which has experience with bamboo installations in public spaces. Its structure is robust and it allows

to easily and safely allocate all the hardware components. The hardware and software system

consists of: a) input devices, the USB Microphone and the Force Sensitive Resistor (FSR) sensors; b)

Analog-Digital or Digital-Analog (AD/DA) Converter Module Board; c) Microcontroller, a Raspberry Pi

3; d) output device, a Speaker; e) the software, the Google Speech API. The components operate as

following: the FSR sensors detect the presence of a person in the bench through physical pressure,

weight and pressing; the AD/DA Converter Module Board read the analogue values of the FSR

sensors and convert them into digital values, readable by the Microcontroller; the Microcontroller,

which has advanced features, such as the Wi-fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, USB, HDMI and Audio Jack,

easily connects the inputs and output devices. Currently, the system software implements speech

applications, such as text-to- speech and speech-to- text: Google Speech API generates the voice

based on the text, records the voice and translates the speech into text, through the output and input

devices. Therefore, at the moment, the system performs a scripted sequence that includes text-to-

speech and speech to text translations. In the short term, we will be able to employ a custom chatbot,

that is able to conduct interactive and meaningful conversations.


Bench of Multi-sensory Memories

Multi-sensory Story Book For Visually Impaired Children

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By Edirisinghe Chamari, Kasun Karunanayaka, Norhidayati Podari,  Adrian David Cheok

Experience of reading for children is enriched by visual displays. Researchers suggest

through picture book experiences, children expose themselves to develop socially,

intellectually, and culturally. However, the beauty of reading is an experience sighted

children naturally indulge, and which visually-impaired children struggle with. Our multi-

sensory book is an attempt to create a novel reading experience specifically for visually-

impaired children. While a sighted person’s mental imagining is constructed through visual

experiences, a visually-impaired person’s mental images are a product of haptic, and

sounds. Our book is introducing multi-sensory interactions, through touch, smell, and sound.

The concept is also aiming to address a certain lack of appropriately designed technologies

for visually-impaired children.


Our book titled “Alice and her Friend” is folding out to reveal a story about a cat, whose

activities are presented with multi-sensory interactions. There are six pages in this book, with

different sensors and actuators integrated in each page. The pages were designed with

textures, braille, large font text, sounds, and smell. With this book, we believe we have

contributed a new reading experience to the efforts of visually- impaired children to

understand the beauty of the world.


A Picture Book for Visually Impaired Children

French woman wants to marry a robot as expert predicts sex robots to become preferable to humans

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By Nzherald – Decemeber 24, 2016.

Human-robot marriages may become commonplace by 2050 if not before. Photo / 123RF
Human-robot marriages may become commonplace by 2050 if not before. Photo / 123RF


On the surface, Lilly seems like a blushing young woman ready to marry the man of her dreams who makes her “totally happy.”

Only her partner is 3D printed robot named Inmmovator who she designed herself, after realising she was attracted to “humanoid robots generally” rather than other people.

“I’m really and totally happy,” she told over email in her tentative English. “Our relationship will get better and better as technology evolves.”

The “proud robosexual” said she always loved the voices of robots as a child but realised at 19 she was sexually attracted to them as well. Physical relationships with other men confirmed the matter.

“I’m really and only attracted by the robots,” she said. “My only two relationships with men have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh.”

She has since built her own dream man with open-source technology from a French company, and has lived with him for one year. They are ‘engaged’ and plan to marry when robot-human marriage is legalised in France.

The unconventional relationship has been accepted by family and friends but she said “some understand better than others.”

She won’t reveal whether they have a sexual relationship and is currently in training to become a roboticist in order to take her passion into her everyday life.

While Lilly’s views will strike many as odd, it’s just a sign of things to come according to David Levy.

The chess whiz and authority on Love and Sex with Robots said he expects human-robot marriages to become commonplace by 2050 if not before.

Speaking at the second conference on the issue held in London this week, Mr Levy told a room filled with academics and interested people that advances in artificial intelligence mean robots could become “enormously appealing” partners within the next few decades.

“The future has a habit of laughing at you. If you think love and sex with robots is not going to happen in your lifetime, I think you’re wrong.”

“The first human robot marriages will take place around the year 2050 or sooner but not longer,” he said.

The conference explored a host of issues on the subject including everything from what robots should look like to whether they should be able to “learn” about sexual preferences and feed back information to companies behind them.

University of London Computing Professor Adrian David Cheok said he believes robots will not only become common, but preferable for many people.

“It’s going to be so much easier, so much more convenient to have sex with a robot. You can have exactly what kind of sex you want. That’s going to be the future. That we will have more sex with robots and the next stage is love … we’re already seeing it.”

“Actual sex with humans may be like going to a concert. When you’re at home you can listen to Beethoven’s ninth symphony, it’s good enough and once or twice a year you’ll want to go the Royal Albert Hall and hear it in a concert hall.

“That may be the way sex with humans is going to be. It’s going to be much more easier, much more convenient to have sex with a robot, and maybe much better because that’s how you want it.”

When bitter tastes sweet, seeming is believing

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By David Mitchell, Octorber 16,2016 – Theguardian

A man experiments with the Taste Buddy, which emits thermal and electric signals to stimulate the taste buds. Photograph: Professor Adrian Cheok/PA


The time has come to loosen our grip on reality. All the signs are there. Millennia of booze and drug abuse, hundreds of conflicting religions and cults and superstitions and alternative medicines and conspiracy theories, the premise of the Matrix franchise, the internet, sunglasses, video games and the powerfully convincing anti-intellectualism of Michael Gove. They’re all saying the same thing: ignore what’s really happening and you’ll feel a lot better. It’s been staring us in the face: we need to close our eyes to what’s staring us in the face.

And there’s been a huge breakthrough in this direction. They’re calling it the “Taste Buddy”, but that’s because they’re awful and cheesy and the less we have to perceive their existence, the happier we’ll be. And the Taste Buddy will help separate our perceptions from that sour reality. Particularly our perception of cheesiness, which we should soon be able to precisely regulate using a computer.

The Taste Buddy, which was unveiled last week, is a new invention, still in its prototype stage, that changes our sense of what things taste like by emitting thermal and electric signals that stimulate, or rather delude, the taste buds. Currently it can only make things seem saltier or sweeter than they are, but the team behind it, led by Adrian Cheok of London University, believes that, with development, it could go much further. If built into pieces of cutlery, it “could allow children to eat vegetables that taste like chocolate”; it could make tofu taste like steak; basically, it could make healthy things taste like delicious things.

“But healthy things are delicious!” you may be saying. And therein lies the problem. Not that healthy things actually are delicious – that’s patently not true. Sometimes it might seem like they are – nuts, for example, often give this impression – and then you discover the deliciousness is all because of some salt or sugar or duck fat that’s been added in cardiovascularly hazardous quantities. Healthy things are delicious if either a) they’re deep fried, or b) there’s nothing else to eat. Couscous salad is much better than no food at all but, on the modern culinary battlefield, it’s a mere flint-headed arrow to the state-of-the-art cruise missile that is a fried egg sandwich.

No, the challenge for the Taste Buddy is not that lentils actually are tastier than chips, but that some people say they are and, in some cases, come to believe it. Their own mental powers of self-delusion rival Taste Buddy’s thermal and electric trickery. And that’s because many people define their identities by their eating choices.

Whether consciously or not, some healthy eaters’ healthy eating is primarily an expression of control, cleanliness and virtue. It doesn’t just make them feel better, it makes them feel better than other people. If eating steamed broccoli is suddenly no hardship, because it can be made to taste like baked Alaska, they’re going to be deeply offended. It would be like offering a devout order of self-flagellating monks an inexhaustible supply of local anaesthetic.

Frankly, Taste Buddy will be seen as cheating. These penitents won’t like it that those of us with coarse, lifespan-reducing palates will get the benefit of nutrients we haven’t earned, now that gruel is no longer gruelling. A market will immediately open up for some scientists to discover that it’s actually tasting the lettuce rather than swallowing it that matters most.

The most rabid salad eaters and the haute cuisine sector will combine to incentivise anyone who’ll claim “there are still no shortcuts” when it comes to eating well, that the brain needs the taste of roughage, or just that Taste Buddy might give you tongue cancer. Which, I suppose, it might. As might a sexist joke on a lolly stick.

Illustration by David Foldvari

And maybe they’d have a point. A spoonful of sugar may help the medicine go down, but it probably screws up the placebo effect. Who knows how crucial those feelings of sacrifice, self-denial and moral superiority (lost for ever if Taste Buddy turned everything delicious) actually are to the health-enhancing powers of a balanced diet. In a carefully conducted study, it could probably be measured. But that sounds rather elitist, doesn’t it? Measuring things with cold objectivity, as if that can ever matter as much as a sincere conviction of the heart.

If you think that’s all a bit touchy-feely, or tasty-thinky, you may be surprised to learn it’s an approach Theresa May is very keen on. Last week the Times reported that the Home Office was concealing a report it had commissioned into the number of foreign students who break the terms of their visas and remain in Britain illicitly after their courses have finished. The number the report had come up with was about 1,500 annually, rather than the tens of thousands that had previously been estimated and generally bandied about. That was not what the Home Office, or the prime minister, wanted to hear.

Why not? It’s good news, isn’t it? Well not if you’ve just cracked down on the admission of foreigners to British universities, with potentially disastrous consequences for the latter’s funding. The notion that this drastic policy might have almost no effect on reducing net immigration was extremely unwelcome and, the government clearly felt, best kept quiet.

Particularly as, among likely Tory voters, there’s a broad perception that foreign students stay here and scrounge. Many people feel that feckless young foreigners are dragging us down and the government has come up with a harsh little policy to address that. Why let the fact that it’s not true get in the way?

Surely, Theresa May must think, it’s not the business of government to start telling the public it’s wrong. In an increasingly virtual world, feelings are as valid as facts. Let’s focus on what people perceive to be the case and concentrate on adding to that a perception that something is being done about it. That’s efficient democratic accountability for post-truth Britain.

No need to contradict people about what they reckon is going on, denying problems they believe exist and citing others they were previously untroubled by. Policy doesn’t need to reflect reality any more than the currency needs to be backed by gold. Just listen to their fears, confirm them and then use them to make the government seem vital. People will swallow anything if you control how it tastes.


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By TechableJp – January, 2017










シリコンを通してのキスのため、その感触がどれだけリアルかは実際に試してもらうしかないが、シティ大学ロンドン教授Adrian David Cheokをディレクターとする制作チームが、現在開発に取り組んでいる。


恋人や家族はもちろんのこと、ファンサービスの一環として、アプリ経由で遠く離れたアイドルとも実際に触れ合うことができる ―そんなことも近い将来実現してしまうのかもしれない。今後の動きに要注目だ!


To Technology and Beyond: Join Conversation of the World’s Innovators

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By JakartaGolobe – January 31,2017

The world has witnessed the fourth Industrial Revolution brought by the advancement of digital technology, which impacts all disciplines. Ever since the first Industrial Revolution, technology has always had something up its sleeve. There is always something to talk about, something to figure out, whether it is about new ways to aid everyday lives, ethical dilemmas, or the social and environmental impact of technology usage.

The talks never end, so it is time to join the conversation with the world’s most powerful minds across borders. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s editorial content platform, MIT Review, and trade fair company Koelnmesse bring the fourth edition of EmTech Asia to Singapore, curating more than 40 visionary tech executives, scientists and investors to lead the discussion.

When it comes to innovation, Singapore punches above its weight with its ability to attract the world’s foremost thought leaders in the field. Singapore has hosted many research, innovation and technology events, bringing together industry leaders to discuss globally relevant ideas, help inspire change and promote the exploration of new concepts.

With a motto that says “Inspire, Innovate, Collaborate,” participants can expect amazing insights at the conference. The brightest minds in artificial intelligence, materials science, biomedicine and space among others, come together to share breakthrough research and discoveries. See how academia and industry make the best of both worlds, where scientists’ cutting-edge innovations can be commercialized for massive distribution.

A variety of hottest topics in emerging technologies will take turns in the limelight under the theme of “Where Technology, Business, and Innovation Collide.” Learn what is next in line for robotics and artificial intelligence, such as the application of robotics to support supply chains with Samay Kohli, chief executive and cofounder of tech firm GreyOrange Robotics.

The space race has accelerated, with new companies continuously democratizing space exploration with the latest innovations in satellites and spacecraft. David Oh and Dava Newman from the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will be among the speakers to talk about the venture to go beyond where man has gone before.

Virtual and augmented realities have penetrated the mainstream. Emerging technologies promise to challenge VR’s primacy by dissolving the virtual and the real. Adrian David Cheok from the Imagineering Institute research lab and Anders Ynnerman from the Norrköping Visualization Center research and science center will explain how VR can enhance our day-to-day lives.

Another key theme tackles the brave new world of genetic modification. MIT’s Broad Institute and Harvard postdoctoral fellow Le Cong and Nanyang Technological University’s School of Biological Sciences professor Daniela Rhodes are going to present the latest on genome engineering technology and the cryo-electron microscopy revolution.

Other themes include cybersecurity technology’s endeavors to combat cyber-attacks, breakthroughs in nanoarchitecture to produce lighter and more energy-efficient materials, as well as smart living projects to sustain population growth.

The lineup of inspiring figures does not stop there. MIT Review has revealed the 16th list of “Innovators Under 35.” Ten honorees from Singapore, Malaysia and Australia will each present a three-minute pitch at EmTech Asia to convince investors why their innovations are the next big thing.

Scheduled for Feb. 14-15, this year’s EmTech Asia takes place in Asia’s very own tech hub, Singapore. More specifically, EmTech Asia will be hosted at the Sands Expo and Exhibition Centre, Singapore’s newest, largest and most flexible conference and meeting venue.



Located in the heart of the central business district, the award-winning and ISO-certified Sands Expo and Exhibition Centre has up to 250 meeting rooms and it can accommodate 2,000 exhibition booths and 45,000 delegates. It is the first green venue and first facility in Singapore to adopt the Singapore Tourism Board’s new sustainability guidelines for the MICE industry in 2013.

With never-ending insights and a sophisticated venue, EmTech Asia 2017 is expected to draw more than 700 participants from more than 20 countries. Last year, 610 attendees from 23 countries with backgrounds in technology, government, health care, science, finance, manufacturing, education, and engineering flocked to the prestigious conference. Further information about the festivity of last year’s conference can be seen here.

Filling Up for the Conference

MIT Review has prepared a series of preliminary events leading up to EmTech Asia.

On Feb. 10-12, there will be the MIT Hacking Medicine hackathon, aimed at improving health care with robotic technology, where teams will compete to create the best social robotic platforms accessible to a wide range of patients, including those with disabilities. The winning teams will have an opportunity to present their innovation at EmTech Asia.

The MIT Strategy Workshop gathers Southeast Asia’s leading innovators and thought leaders in the technology and education sectors to brainstorm solutions to pressing education issues.

Where Business Meets Leisure

As the talks reach a halt, it is networking and relaxing that follow. Marina Bay Sands is a mini promised land where business meets leisure. It has more than 60 restaurants offering the finest local and international cuisine, not to mention culinary creations by 10 of the world’s celebrity chefs. Adrift by David Myers, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay and Pizzeria Mozza by Mario Batali are among the selection.

Enjoy a glass of wine or a handcrafted cocktail while dancing the night away at 24 bars and nightclubs to choose from. Explore how art, science, technology and culture cross paths at the ArtScience Museum along the Marina Bay waterfront. Shop for luxury watch and jewelry brands at The Shoppes. Your stay in Singapore will never go out of style.

CeBIT Global Conferences 2017: Výhled do digitální budoucnosti

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By ItBiz – 24. leden 2017


Spoluzakladatel společnosti Apple Steve Wozniak, Whistleblower Edward Snowden, oblíbený novinář Jeff Jarvis, zakladatel Wikipedie Jimmy Wales a guru bioetiky Nick Bostrom mají jedno společné: Všichni byli mluvčími na CeBIT Global Conferences v Hannoveru. V březnu 2017 se mezinárodní kongres opět vydá na cestu za digitálním dobrodružstvím…

Virtuální realita, humanoidní roboty, umělá inteligence, internet věcí, ano, dokonce osídlení Marsu – CeBIT Global Conferences 2017 vezmou od 20. do 24. března své hosty na objevnou dobrodružnou cestu do země digitálního světa – „Adventureland – Digital World“. Jejím cílem jsou trendy a témata digitálního světa.

Výchozím bodem cesty je hala č. 8 na hannoverském výstavišti. Zde se setkají „digital people“, firmy nabízející IT a jejich uživatelé, internetové firmy a investoři, kreativci a vizionáři se všemi, kteří by se chtěli více dozvědět o aktuálním vývoji a „next big things“ v oblasti digitalizace.

Mezinárodní Top-Speaker vstoupí do budoucnosti digitálního světa

Objevovány budou především ideje a vize budoucnosti digitálního světa, které představí řada top speakerů, jako například zakladatel společnosti Atari Nolan Bushnell, u kterého kdysi pracovali Steve Jobs a Steve Wozniak. Bushnell je otcem digitálního herního průmyslu, který se v této oblasti už dříve zasazoval o podporu startupů. Ve své současné firmě Brainrush vyvíjí výukový software s prvky Virtual-Reality a videoher.

Profesor Hiroši Išiguro, ředitel Intelligent Robotics Laboratory na univerzitě v Osace, je mezinárodní popstar japonského výzkumu v oblasti robotiky. V březnu 2017 přijede na kongres CeBIT Global Conferences se se svým robotickým dvojníkem, který díky řečovému softwaru mluví, samozřejmě hlasem Hiroši Išigura.

Jedním z předních světových expertů v oblasti umělé inteligence je rodilý Brit žijící v Austrálii Toby Walsh z University New South Wales v Sydney. Walsh byl iniciátorem otevřeného dopisu, který požaduje zákaz autonomních zbraní, resp. smrtících robotů (Killerrobot). Je zastáncem regulačních opatření, která mají zajistit, aby umělá inteligence náš život zlepšovala a neškodila mu.

Lze stimulovat chuťové nervy tak, aby nám zelenina chutnala jako nám chutná čokoláda? Adrian David Cheok, profesor pervazivního computingu na City University London a ředitel laboratoře Mixed Reality Labs v Singapuru, objevil, že každý chuťový smysl může být stimulován určitou elektrickou frekvencí. Cheok nyní provádí výzkum, jak virtuálnímu jídlu dát chuť a texturu.

Daleko do budoucnosti vidí i Holanďan Bas Lansdorp, který založil nadaci Mars One – pro jeden z nejsenzačnějších a nejkontroverznějších záměrů v oblasti letů do vesmíru. Cílem nadace Mars One je od roku 2027 osidlování Marsu lidmi. Měli by zde bydlet ve speciálním sídlišti bez možnosti vrátit se na Zemi.

„Adventure-Look“ na čtyřech scénách

Adventure-Look – „Outfit“ kongresu CeBIT Global Conferences 2017 budou mít také přednáškové a diskusní scény. Sakura Stage se přizpůsobila partnerské zemi příštího veletrhu CeBIT a zvolila si svůj název podle japonského třešňového květu. Třešňový květ je symbolem krásy, rozkvětu a pomíjivosti. Ginkgo Stage vděčí za své jméno jinanu, stromu, který je symbolem ochrany životního prostředí a míru. Bamboo Stage nese jméno podle bambusu, symbolu síly, růstu a pozitivní životní energie. Palmová ratolest, která je symbolem vítězství a radosti, je patronem Palm Stage.

O CeBIT Global Conferences

Během kongresu CeBIT Global Conferences v hale č. 8 budou mezinárodní zástupci ekonomiky, vědy a politiky během pěti veletržních dnů hovořit a diskutovat o trendech a inovacích digitálního světa. V pátek bude blogosféra probíhat především pod heslem „Rock the Blog“. Účast na kongresu je placená. Loft a Palm Stage jsou pro všechny návštěvníky veletrhu CeBIT zdarma. Konferenčními jazyky jsou angličtina a němčina. Další informace jsou k dispozici na internetu na adrese

Informace ke vstupenkám

Do konce února 2017 budou vstupenky stát 660 eur a potom, také během akce, 1 000 eur. Vstupenky na kongres CeBIT Global Conferences opravňují k návštěvě veletrhu CeBIT.

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