Pop up lab


I was taking a walk during my lunch break last week when I came upon the Pop Up Lab. It was a display of some of the technologies that are being developed in Berlin, both by established companies and start-ups.


No technology show would be complete without the ubiquitous 3-D printer. This one was working on a laundry basket.


There was also a funny robot who dropped a box with a little prize inside right in front of you.





It contained a small, but tasty, treat! For more signs, don't forget to take a look at Signs, Signs.

19 comments:

  1. I find this thing fascinating. I've never seen a 3-D printer, but they sound both exciting and scary. When I saw "Pop Up Lab," I thought it would be a blood draw place! :)

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  2. I have seen 3D printers at work here. It's quite a remarkable device.

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  3. What a nice idea! I've never had a chance to see a 3-D printer.

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  4. That is a "sweet" little lab!

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  5. What I saw the sign, I did not expect high technology. This is so cool.

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  6. I love the style of the caravan.

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  7. how interesting! i would love to see a 3d printer at work in person...i just can't wrap my brain around it!

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  8. Very cool mini lab! I also would like to see a 3D printer in action just to see how it works.

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  9. Looks good only the name herz&niere suggest something else.

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    1. That's true! I don't know why they have heart and kidneys on the truck. Perhaps they borrowed it from another association. :)

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  10. Oh this is awesome! I enjoyed your city for this, always permanent inovations! a city that moves a lot!
    I recognize also the place, with the restaurant "JB" ... we were there to enjoy a good burger! (Sorry for the off topic ...)

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  11. Well how fun is that?? I've never seen a 3-D printer at work so I would have enjoyed that.

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  12. I've been wanting to see and take a picture of a 3D printer at work. Thanks for doing it for me! Good idea on the pop up.

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  13. This is great opportunity to see something innovative.

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  14. Veery interesting!! I'm going to have to search out a 3-D printer and watch it work!

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