This page is related to the page posted July 24th 2020:
This page is recalling all those contributions that were not presented this day.
The order of today’s presentations can be agreed among those students present and/or determined by technical conditions.
Those presentations uploaded on time are shown in bold.
As mentioned before, the credits will be awarded in respect to these three elements:
the presentation charts (documented on this page),
the presentation (recorded on the WebEx-Server), a
the scientific paper (uploaded with the presentation on the "Lernportal").
Today’s WebEx-access link you will find HERE
16:00 - 16:30
16:30 - 19:00
SCHOOL OF RE-CREATIVES (Isabela S.)
"School of ReCreatives is a project in which the main goal is to teach subjects regarding the Creative Industries to people, capacitating them to act in this field. The goal is to make this a school free of charge for its students based on the fact that the Creative Industries grows more and more every day and yet is very expensive to study anything related to it, even though the field suffers from not having diversified professionals with deep understanding of the industry - that having the main reason of the high prices for formal education. Also the School would be primarily designed for low income people and LGBTQIA+ that would not have access to study Creative Economy otherwise.
Questions as place, format, conditions and applicability are dealt with using the steps of the Design Thinking process."
WORLDS UPON MY FINGERS (Cansu P.)
Worlds upon My Fingers is a mobile exhibition which is passing through Europe, one country to another. What exhibited in this exhibition is, detailed 3D replicas or 3D models of the famous buildings of Worlds History, for instance, Keop’s Pyramid, Hagia Sophia, Brandenburger Tor and more. By making this project, we are helping visually disabled people to have the chance to see or imagine the world’s most important architectural heritage, maybe for the first time in their entire life, by touching and listening these replicas.
DIGITALIZATION OF FASHION SHOWROOMS (Anja B.)
In my project I will focus on offering to existing fashion showrooms a possibility of digital ones too.
Digital ones because fashion industry went through many transformations in the last years and as any other industry it also goes digital.
Furthermore, digital showrooms would offer possibility to select pieces more quickly, to make more appointments in one day as buyers could
already and make your selection with detailed product specification online in 3D, to connect with them all around the world and not limit themselves
only to those who can come to Germany physically.
The whole idea serves the purpose to improve and revolutionize wholesale buying experience, adapt it to times we live in and rapid changes in fashion, to
boost sales, make whole process faster, easier.
PAKISTAN-INDIA RELATIONS. A Rocky Course Ahead.(Beant Singh S.) 
Relations between India and Pakistan have been complex and largely hostile due to a number of historical and political events. Relations between the two states have been defined by the violent partition of British India in 1947, the Kashmir conflict, and the numerous military conflicts fought between the two nations. Consequently, their relationship has been plagued by hostility and suspicion. Currently after Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, Pakistan cut off bilateral and trade relations with India, recalled the Pakistani ambassador to India, and expelled the High Commissioner of India to Pakistan. Northern India and Pakistan somewhat overlap in areas of certain demographics and shared lingua francas (mainly Punjabi and Hindustani).
For all those, who’re done: enjoy John’s "Postdco Blues":