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battery dead

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Without batteries, we wouldn’t be able to make a call on a smartphone, watch a movie on a tablet or ride an e-bike to work. At the same time, batteries play a crucial role in the future mobility and in storing energy from renewable sources. The Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU) and its partners presented their cutting-edge research on batteries and fuel cells in the exhibition “Akku Alle?!” (“Battery Dead?!”) in the m25 building. The exhibition’s highlights included a blackout simulation for Ulm and top-class exhibits from industry and science. Also included was a large-format e-car module, a hydrogen plane and a home battery storage system.

Organizer: Karlsruher Institut fur Technologie (KIT) in cooperation with the city of Ulm and other partners
Exhibition period: The exhibition was shown until August 8, 2021 in the m25 building.

successful failure

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Is there such a thing as successful failure? Children and teenager discussed success and put it into the context of their own lives. They then formed artwork using new media techniques, such as videos, projections, 3D modeling, augmented reality and video mapping. The artwork was shown in an exhibition in the Museum Ulm from May to June 2021.

Organizer : e.tage medien.bildung  
Exhibition period: The exhibition was shown from May to June 2021.

man with rocket

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The two well-known stage and costume designers Timo Dentler and Okarina Peter created a large walk-in art installation, which ranged at the interface between the power of fantasy and science. Not only Berblinger, but also other innovators of aviation took part in this exhibition.

Organizer and Venue: Stadthaus Ulm
Exhibition period: The Exhibition could be visited from May 15 to October 25, 2020.

men mit virtual glasses

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augmented reality, technology, business, future and people concept - man in virtual glasses and microchip implant or sensors looking at screen projections over dark background

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In addition to his flying apparatuses, Berblinger brought forth another, less known, invention. He designed a moveable leg prosthesis for injured soldiers that formed the basis for present-day leg  prostheses. The exhibition compares historical applications of prostheses with modern interpretations and visions of overcoming physiological limits in various disciplines.

Organizer and Venue: Museum Ulm
Exhibition period: The Exhibition could be visited from July 11 to December 13, 2020.