This year we celebrated the 10th re:publica and what a party it turned out to be! TEN is NET was the central theme and the all-round design showed that YOU are re:publica! Check out how our designers and architects put it all together.
Kitted out with virtual reality glasses and motion capture suit presentations, fashion experts gathered at re:publica TEN. Read up on the most exciting topics and themes from the #FASHIONTECH Berlin sub-conference.
The 10th re:publica was wild, colourful and exciting – but what did you think went particularly well and where could we improve in the coming year? To find the answers to these questions we turned to the very heart of re:publica: you. Thank you all for the important feedback we didn't want to keep from you.
Coworking, clickworking, crowdworking – the mere fact that these words have entered our everyday vocabulary shows how much digitalisation has already changed the world of work. Does this really leave us better off? This is just one of the questions that the Call it Work track at re:publica TEN addressed.
On Day 3 of re:publica TEN, Stage 8 played host to the FinTech track. The participants had the chance to learn about topics like Bitcoin and Blockchain, as well as to gain an overall better understanding of how the application of technology in the financial sector is changing existing power structures.
Virtual reality was one of the biggest trendsetter at this year's re:publica. This new technology was discussed, presented and tested in numerous topics and locations.
The interplay of immersive arts and media was examined in the "Immersive Arts" programme at re:publica TEN's labore:tory. Speakers presented their experiments and research from the interfaces of performance, theatre, literature, film, internet and technology.
How do new technologies affect the music industry? The Musicday at re:publica TEN explored various ways in which technologies can influence and expand music production, visualisation and collections.
On day three of the re:publica 2015, stage 10 hosted a diverse program for re:health. Ranging from google infoboxes, mHealth, 3D printers in disaster areas to depression on the internet, the theme track attracted a broad audience throughout the day and was the cause of intense discussions, also on Twitter.