Stefan Wurzer


Are We All Becoming Mobile, App-Armed Superheroes?

You probably know that something profound happend last year: According to the worldwide sales figures, it was the first time in the history of mobile devices that smartphone sales overtook those of personal computers. Although it is way to go until the so called ‚smart phones’ will have fully replaced […]


Adventure Based Traveling: Let’s Add Some Challenging Action.

A trip usually starts with a little idea or an already burning desire to add some extra spicy value to your life. Whether you’re primary interested in a foreign culture, spoken language or the beauty of traveling itself: No place too far to reach these days. If you’re looking for […]


A Revolution In Architecture? – Buildings Done On The Fly

  Let’s face it: Technology is everywhere! By the majority it already influences, improves and mostly supports our daily being and doing on a massive scale. Not just in the way we communicate, share or connect with others, but also how radical innovations arise in various branches of a fast […]


Metropolis II – Building a miniature city by doing art

  With his art project „Metropolis II“, performance artist Chris Burden faced a real challange. In close collaboration with his team he intended to rebuild the vibrant blood vessels – streets – of a modern city. It took them more than four years to finally realize their miniature and moreover […]


European Startup Festival: 50 Startups reaching for the top

  Besides the fact that our TEDxVienna Event will launch pretty soon, there is additional  excitement going on this month: Startup Week. Right now it’s all about a five-day conference with focus on Startups from Central and Eastern Europe that takes place in Vienna. Topics besides others: Design, Digital Media, […]


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The Power of Community: Schools built from trash, not bricks

(via) Can trash help to bring education to the poorest on the planet? Yes, it can! Hug It Forward, a San Diego-based non-profit organization, builds up new schools in Guatemala on a shoestring budget by turning the plastic bottles into raw construction materials. Many benefits for the community, kids and […]


When human and technology intersect: Eyeborg

  Take an one eyed film maker, an unemployed engineer, and a vision for something that’s never been done before and you have the EyeBorg Project. Rob Spence and Kosta Grammatis are trying to make history by embedding a video camera and a transmitter in a prosthetic eye. That eye […]