Experience research live at 4010

Next Week (April 21, 2010 at 7 p.m.) we will present some insights from our research process of the project speechless. Entrance is free; refreshments will be provided We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Presentation “Speechless – Researching alternative forms of interaction!”.

From March 24-May 12, 2010, the Concept Store 4010 in Berlin’s Mitte district invites those interested in communication and design to visit the “Telekom Laboratories weeks”. Scientists and developers from our Design Research Lab will be presenting selected topics from our work in the area of design research at various workshops, presentations and discussions. In parallel, an in-house exhibition will be displaying prototypes of communications devices developed at the Deutsche Telekom Laboratories on the subject of “gender-inspired technology” and “StreetLab”. 

Recently the event was launched by Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost, who heads the Design Research Lab at the Deutsche Telekom Laboratories. In her presentation on “Project G – Gender Inspired Technology”, she presented her experiences and the results of her research on the desires and visions that women have with regard to devices and services for communication and information retrieval.

Here is a short video impression from the opening presentation:

More of our presentations and events are scheduled in the coming weeks, such as “Speechless – Researching alternative forms of interaction!”, “StreetLab Neukölln” and the “Networked Neighbourhood” project.

Dates of upcoming events:

April 21, 2010: Presentation
“Speechless – Researching alternative forms of interaction!” with Tom Bieling

April 28, 2010: Presentation
“StreetLab” with Alex Müller, Tom Bieling and Jan Lindenberg

May 12, 2010: Presentation
“Networked Neighbourhoods” with Stefan Göllner and Jan Lindenberg

Entrance to the events is free; refreshments will be provided. Active participation and lively interchange are strongly encouraged.

4010 – der Telekom Shop in Mitte, Alte Schönhauser Straße 31, 10119 Berlin


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