Thousands of geeks and nerds have gathered at an unused airport in Berlin to hold their version of a summer festival. But the event may play an important role in driving future technology. (Aug. 23)
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Berlin - 22 August 2012
1. Robot, shown at Campus Party Europe in Berlin, dancing on table
2. Various of man controlling robot, using a PlayStation handset connected to the robot using the wireless network
3. Wide of people listening to speech at the main stage of the festival
5. Pan of people sitting at desks
6. Man playing video game
7. Two women sitting on sofa, one holding a robot
8. Various of Julien Fourgeaud, former product developer of Rovio Entertainment, the company behind Angry Birds, currently the founder of Scarlett motors,
9. Close of Scarlet Motors logo
10. SOUNDBITE: (English), Julien Fourgeaud, former product developer of Rovio Entertainment, now founder of Scarlet Motors
"New businesses, start ups, how you make teams is definitely a theme that is now present. And, it is as important as technology. Because technology on its own is just technology. In a product built by a team, built by people, it becomes a tool."
11. Man working behind robot
12. Pan of lecture
13. SOUNDBITE: (English), Paco Ragageles, Campus Party Europe co-founder
"Ten years ago the people created things for the Web. Now the people are creating things for the smartphones. And in the future people create things for the brains. Directly, to download to the brain. CHING!
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