Unexpectedly! "Angry Birds" Creator Peter Vesterbacka Attended the 2017 T-EDGE Lifestyle Summit & Festival and Joined Us in Putting an End to the Fantastic Event by“Smashing the 3D-Printed Castle”
摘要： Although the 2017 T-EDGE Lifestyle Summit & Festival has come to an end, everybody at TMTPost is still quite enthusiastic about this fantastic event. To help you look back and refresh your memory, we specially collected some behind-the-scene pictures here for you.
Although the 2017 T-EDGE Lifestyle Summit & Festival has come to an end, everybody at TMTPost are still quite enthusiastic about this fantastic event. To help you look back and refresh your memory, we specially collected some behind-the-scene pictures here for you.
You still remember the 3D-printed castle in the exhibition area? Well, it took us two days to finish it. Atfer completion, we invited some kid visitors to scribble on it and decorate it a little bit.
Have a look back at the 3D printing process of the castle:
Voila, this was how the castle looked at last.
But, what could we do about this gorgeous 3D printing work? After much thought, we decided that why not just smash it into pieces?
No creation, no disruption; no destruction, no construction!
Therefore, we decided to put an end to the two-day event with a performance act: smashing the 3D-printed castle!
However, we never expected that Peter Vesterbacka, creator of the "Angry Birds" franchise, also attended the event. Hejuan Zhao, founder and CEO of TMTPost, soon recognized him in the audience and took a picture with him.
To everyone’s amazement, Zhao decided to invite him to the stage and had a small and interesting talk.
Next, Peter was also invited to join us and put an end to the 2017 T-EDGE Lifestyle Summit & Festival by smashing the 3D-printed castle.
What a pity!
During the event, we were also joined by a “Spider-Man” stuntman who, regardless of the record-high temperature outside, wore the spider-man jumpsuit for two days, patiently took pictures and interacted with guests and visitors at the event.
The “mysterious smile”on the little boy’s face meant everything.
By the way, it is worth mentioning that our spider-man stuntman was also attracted by the guest speakers and tech gurus and took the opportunity to listen to their speeches at the main venue for a while.
The non-visual photo exhibition also attracted many visitors’ attention. As a matter of fact, many visitors were surprised that these photos were taken by visually-impaired or even totally-blind photographers.
Nevertheless, over thirty tech gurus and leading innovators at home and abroad were the most crucial part of the event. Their speeches must have inspired many people in the audience.
[The article is published and edited with authorization from the author @Ti-Girl. Please note the source and hyperlink when reproduce.]
Translated by Levin Feng (Senior Translator at PAGE TO PAGE), working for TMTpost.