… And we’re done! Thanks to our fantastic speakers who rocked our two stages, and to our great #mthcon22 audience, who made it come alive as we showcased how MediaTech is pivoting to meet and solve the challenges that face us all. Here are some highlights of Day 2 – and look forward to seeing you again next year!
Wow – what a day! Months in the making, we’re down to the wire and delighted to share it all with you ON SITE again tomorrow – in Babelsberg as well as ONLINE on our platform!
Take a look at some of today’s conference snaps.
Say “cartographer” and people are likely to think about dull geography classes or museum visits. But say “Evan Shapiro”, and you’re talking about someone whose creative visualisation talent makes an entire market look fascinating!
Anyone planning to attend #mthcon22 LIVE has some great surprises in store: welcome to the Babelsberg Experience! In addition to the conference itself, we’ve lined up some great events, masses of networking opportunities and absolutely exclusive access-only experiences that everyone will be talking about long after the conference is over!
Composer, pianist, acoustic engineer, sound designer and artist, Renzo Vitale’s unique combination of skills underlie his extraordinary ability to explore the interfaces between music, science and human perception.
The burning topic of sustainability is gaining traction, featuring increasingly in shifting business models and as a factor in technology development. How MediaTech is dealing with this is the topic of our opening talk: “Evolution and Revolution - can Media Technologies shape and disrupt society sustainably?” This year, the MediaTech Hub Conference will for the first time feature a “double bill” opening talk: two fantastic speakers will be approaching this topic from very different perspectives
The challenges facing the entertainment industry today go far beyond reaching and retaining audiences. And that’s where we come in: at #mthcon22, we showcase topics highlighting both the stepwise incremental as well as the massive quantum leap changes that power the ongoing media revolution.
There is plenty spoken about “the Metaverse”, but there is more than one alternate world currently “under construction” out there. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen parallel worlds - remember Second Life? The big difference today is that the technology at our disposal is now more than up to the job of making credible - even beautiful - virtual worlds that are tempting enough to attract people to hang out, create a community and build a whole life there.