CHELYABINSK

BACK TO CITY

PechaKucha Presentation
No video for YouTube upload available.

Presenter bw

Vitaly Munirov

in Chelyabinsk

Invisible problems of blind people

PRESENTED ON FEBRUARY 11, 2015
IN CHELYABINSK

Author of the project forblind.org Vitaly Munirov tells how to improve life of blind and visually impaired people by means of technologies. Is it possible to make the city available for blind and why application of ideas in technologies for blind is more important than patents and copyright?

APPLAUD THIS!
Thumb takata11

About Orée: Elegant Reconciliation of Human and High Tech

BY YASUNOBU TAKATA
@ VOL 103 ON MAY 29, 2013

These days, people tend to see high tech as being cold and impersonal. Orée, from southern France, on the contrary, delivers elegant, unique and long lasting tech objects that combine natural materials, traditional hand crafting techniques, and the latest technologies. (in Japanese) 

Thumb 19 erikakitamura

Invisible Bonds

BY ERIKA KITAMURA
@ VOL 9 ON DEC 02, 2014

Our daily life is made of invisible, spiritual and sacred bonds.
Erika Kitamura asked: "How can we find these joints and make them visible?"
In her project, she tries to organize and to reunite every little invisible thing to create what we might call "the sacred routes", which animate and form our life.
Here, you will discover 3 of her 40 traditional-innovative applications created to reveal the inner journey that shows our intimate relationship with people and the environment. {in French}

Thumb slide16

Don't Teach Tech, Teach with Tech

BY MR. VISHWAS SINGH CHAUHAN
@ VOL 1 ON MAR 28, 2015

Vishwas Singh Chauhan Bachelor of Engineering student at MITS Gwalior talks about how techologoy should not be an object in itself but play a role of a facilitator in the learning process.

Thumb daniel 20rios 204

Happiness is Invisible, But it is Everywhere

BY DANIEL RIOS
@ VOL 13 ON JUN 23, 2016

Daniel Rios shares his images of three people in three different corners of El Paso who are giving little snippets of happiness to whomever is fortunate enough to notice them.

Thumb 01 kate michaud

Love is Blind Contour

BY KATE MICHAUD
@ VOL 35 ON MAY 19, 2016

For the past 9 months, Kate Michaud has been drawing blind contours (line art drawn without looking down at the paper) of every man with whom she's gone on a date. Every week she posts a drawing in her online blog.  Thought not a visual artist, her co-workers - who are graphic designers - persuaded her to do this project, and it has snowballed into something bigger than she imagined.

Thumb slide266

Invisible Forces

BY BOBBY KONERU
@ VOL 12 ON JUN 21, 2018

Bobby Koneru describes how creativity, productivity, and happiness may be found in the silent, invisible spaces of our mind, rather than through our five senses.

Thumb slide02

Networking with Tech

BY ASHOT KHUDGARYAN
@ VOL 29 ON MAR 19, 2019

Ashot Khudgaryan presents about Networking with Tech.

Thumb slide11

Tech education in the regions of Armenia

BY MARIAM NAHAPETYAN
@ VOL 29 ON MAR 19, 2019

Mariam Nahapetyan discusses Tech education in the regions of Armenia.

Thumb  e3 82 b9 e3 83 a9 e3 82 a4 e3 83 88 e3 82 9902

The invisible work against terrorism

BY MARTIN LARCHER
@ SCIENCE FOR EUROPE, SCIENCE FOR ME, POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA ON MAY 17, 2019

Terrorists are invisible. It is impossible to find a terrorist in a crowded place full of people. Terrorism is based on fear. This fear might prevent people from doing things that they would normally do, going to places they used to visit, or just enjoying life. We might feel powerless with the knowledge that there is not much we can do about this threat. But in reality, a lot is being done. In this presentation, JRC researcher Martin Larcher talks about the invisible work to protect people from terrorism