15 Thursday 15th September 2016
'The future comes one day at a time' as the old saying goes, but you'd be hard pressed to find an event which teases the marvels of tomorrow like London's FutureFest. Taking place at Tobacco Dock on 17-18 September, it's weekend of talks, experiences and debates, with important figures like writer Will Self, Green party politician Caroline Lucas, plus musicians Brian Eno and DJ Spooky.
Experiences like Collective Reality turns virtual reality inside out, while Cybathlon shows off brain-computer interfaces and advanced prosthetics. Contemporary issues like the workplace gender debate and the shock Brexit vote will be discussed, while the themes of Love, Work, Play and Thrive conceptually anchor the event. Check out the full line-up here and click through to book tickets.
Have a look at last year's edition:
Back to the FutureFest from Nesta UK on Vimeo.
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