November 21st – 26th, 2016 • 15 Bateman Street, Soho
The pop-up Lab Berlin is a chance for people to get a glimpse of the creative, colorful and cutting-edge capital of Germany, without leaving their own town.
The lab is an exciting combination of the different aspects Berlin has to offer. A primary cornerstone is the exhibit „Start-up meets Grown-up“, which matches large and experienced companies with new and promising Berlin-made start-ups. This represents Berlin’s economy as well as tech-industry and the capital’s innovative potential.
The interactive exhibition is accompanied by fascinating talks and a diverse musical and culinary program. Immerse yourself in this extremely unique lifestyle. Explore Berlin’s industry, science, pop culture and gastronomy in the Pop-up-Lab Berlin.
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VFXbox meets Bayer / B. Braun Melsungen / Raumfeld
VFXbox, the Berlin advertising agency, think tank and film and television studio, provides a glimpse into different Berlin companies through augmented reality. By doing this, they offer the companies the chance to present themselves in a new and future-oriented way, while testing and presenting their cutting-edge technologies.
Panono meets the Berlin Energy Agency / Vattenfall / OTIS
Panono’s Cameras are revolutionizing photography. The spherical camera, which the Berlin-start-up invented in 2012, captures 360° panorama views with a resolution of about 100 MP. This means they can capture every corner of a room, thanks to its 36 lenses. In collaboration with three of Berlin’s biggest energy companies, the Panono GmbH captured exclusive round-view industrial shots, which all possess an individual theme and subject.
BärDrones meets Osram
BärDrones, the innovative startup made-in-Berlin, develops industrial drones adapted to master individual challenges. In practice this means that the drone is no longer bound to a specific terrain, but that it can be operated indoors as well as outdoors. This innovative advancement, enhanced by the highly efficient lighting from OSRAM, creates a strong match, amplifying utility as well as function of the drones.
Volatiles Lighting meets Würth Electronics
Würth Elektronik eiSos in combination with volatiles lighting sets a new standard in smart surface interior lighting. The LED and sensor technology is embedded invisibly under traditional glass mosaic. This enables users to interact, control and customize light in previously unknown ways. The decentralized structure is fully integrated with no additional hardware needed. This match results in a bright idea matched with an highly experienced partner in electronic distribution.
3yourmind meets Deutsche Bahn
The 3D printing startup 3yourmind, in cooperation with Deutsche Bahn, are developing the concepts for a distributed system to replace outdated train parts using 3D scanning and printing. This process guarantees a quality 3D printed result, while eliminating costly production and labor costs and simultaneously eradicating the requirement for inventory storage. This way the match is both efficient and innovative, revolutionizing the German railway and manufacturing market.
The Berlin startup‘s new creation „Nagual Dance“ offers users the ability to create individual and unique music pieces just from their movement. The achieve this by assigning specific sound elements or instruments to the arms and legs. The user can combine these sounds in endless variations, and what they create from this is totally up to them but is sure to be a unique musical experience.
Basslet meets Teufel
The Basslet is a wearable subwoofer for your body, created by the Berlin Start-Up Lofelt. In combination with the highquality headphones of Teufel, the Berlin-based audio manufacturers, they deliver the beats and basslines of your music directly to you – so you literally feel the music. This match results in a powerful to-go sound experience, that normal headphones alone cannot provide.
pi4_robotics meets Laserline
The workerbot from pi4_robotics is gradually taking over the print products at LASERLINE. The humanoid factory workers at the future-oriented Berlin company have a friendly smile and “seeing hands”. Its ultra-modern machine park makes LASERLINE one of the online pioneers in the printing industry.
Bild Header: Greg Allen / Visit Berlin