Design Development of the Iraq Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai, UAE
Design Development of the Iraq Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai, UAE
The construction of the U.S. Pavilion is taking shape every day in front of our eyes! Follow our progress here.
Watch as the DP World pavilion comes together in our latest time-lapse footage from the Expo 2020 Dubai site. We are excited to showcase how we are keeping trade flowing, and together we will create a better future for all. #PowerOfFlow https://www.dpworld.com/en/expo2020
the louvre has partnered with HTC VIVE arts to create its first virtual reality experience. called ‘mona lisa: beyond the glass,’ it uses infrared, x-ray and refractive data to render the iconic portrait in 3D and deduce what she might have looked like in motion. images courtesy of the louvre, HTC VIVE arts and emissive VR artists worked with specialists
He's witty and wise and always close to nature. She's curious and a real science prodigy! Together with Alif, Opti, and Terra, the guardians of the pavilions, our #Expo2020Mascots are ready to take on any challenge.
IOC News Olympic House, the new home of the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, welcomed 2185 visitors between Friday evening and Saturday afternoon, in parallel to the European Heritage Days. Young and old, neighbours and tourists, Olympic fans, local sport clubs or those who are simply curious, had the opportunity to explore the brand-new
Tokyo 2020 The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee launched “Make the Beat!”, a project fusing sound, technology and social media, to allow fans from all over the world to take part in energising venues and encouraging their favourite teams and athletes. “Make the Beat!” will introduce fans to the official Tokyo 2020 beat, a melodic rhythm that
The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games unveiled an exciting new video featuring 2010 FIFA World Cup winner Andrés Iniesta playing football 5-a-side for the first time. The video titled “Experience the Unbelievable” also features members of Japan's Football 5-a-side National Team and shows the tremendous skill of players with
Famous Japanese art collective TeamLab bring together the genius of mathematicians, architects, CG animators and engineers to create breathtaking interactive art projections. TeamLab is bringing this whimsical, delightful mix of tech and art to Melbourne this October for a free show at the Tolarno Gallery , showing three works never before seen in Melbourne.
RIO 2016 Three years ago, the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games Rio 2016 mesmerised people around the world. Since then, despite the political, economic and social challenges affecting Brazil, the benefits created by the Games have kept the Olympic spirit alive. Today, many of the Olympic venues that witnessed unforgettable sporting performances in 2016
Tokyo 2020 Tokyo 2020 today revealed revolutionary concepts for its newly named “Tokyo Waterfront City” area, which will offer a buzzing festival environment that brings fans closer to the Olympic action than ever before. “We not only want people to come to the Olympic Games, we also want to take the Games to the people. We want to make Olympic sport as
On Wednesday 24 July 2019, the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games unveiled the Olympic medal design, medal ribbon and medal case at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games “1 Year to Go!” Ceremony. The design of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals reflects the concept that in order to achieve glory, athletes have to strive for victory on a daily
Tokyo 2020 It’s 12 months and counting until what promises to be the greatest show of them all. While Japan has previously staged three Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020 will ooze sophistication in many ways we’ve never seen before. It begins with the Japanese capital itself. Tokyo is part of a wider metropolitan area that’s home to an astonishing 37.5 million
Tokyo’s 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games are fast-approaching, and Toyota is playing a key role in on-site mobility and transportation. The Japanese automaker has unveiled five robots it’s also going to be bringing to the games, which will each help in some way to support athletes and attendees at avenues get around, get information, experience the
“When we started out, our goal was to change the world, to do something that would really make a difference to the lives of people,” said Chad Hamilton, AIA LEED AP BD+C, Principal Architect of Hamilton + Aitken Architects (H+AA) . “And education is one of the things that really determines how people live the rest of their lives. “So, for us it’s just a
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has opened his first major solo museum show — an interactive experience meant to awaken its audience to human impact on the environment. Staged by the Groninger Museum in Groningen, the Netherlands, Roosegaarde's Presence exhibition takes the form of a sprawling, 800-metre-square installation of darkened rooms and
Journalists got a first-hand look at the nearly-completed main stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, during a media tour of the site on Wednesday. The Japan Sport Council, who are overseeing the building of the New National Stadium, said construction is almost 90 percent finished and on schedule for completion by the end of November. The exterior of the
The only installation at Vivid Sydney created entirely by university students, the Celestial Pancake simulates the night sky with 17,500 shimmering LED lights, connected by more than 500km of fibre optic cabling. The pancake uses music to generate patterns with the lights to envelop visitors in an immersive audio-visual experience. For this year's Sydney
Beijing 2022 In a landmark decision guided by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), natural CO2 refrigeration systems will be used in most of the Beijing 2022 ice venues. This will decrease the overall carbon footprint of the Olympic Games Beijing 2022. The decision has been announced by the Beijing 2022 Organising Committee, as it joins the UN Sports
Breaking, skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing have been provisionally included on the sports programme of the Olympic Games Paris 2024. The decision was taken today by the 134th Session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
is the second Organising Committee (OCOG) that has had the possibility to propose additional
Laura Faulkner, UK Commissioner General, discusses the opportunities available at Expo 2020.
MILAN-CORTINA, ITALY, WILL HOST THE OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES 2026. THE DECISION WAS TAKEN TODAY DURING THE 134TH SESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (IOC) IN LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND. THE OTHER CANDIDATE IN THE BALLOT WAS STOCKHOLM-ÅRE, SWEDEN.
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IOC News On the eve of the inauguration of Olympic House and the celebrations to mark the 125th anniversary of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), a number of events took place in Lausanne today, setting the tone for a very busy and sporty weekend. Vidy gets a new look Together with the Mayor of Lausanne, Grégoire Junod, and representatives of the
A temporary exhibition on women's football history can be visited in Paris Open every day from 15 June to 7 July between 10:00 and 20:00 Entry is free and it features several unique, original objects and their fascinating stories During the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, the FIFA World Football Museum is staging an exhibition on the history of women’s
Hyundai introduced the future of mobility through a personal, interactive and multi-sensory exhibition of light, color, form, sound and material to provide a unique in-car experience.
View of the northeast corner of Phnom Bakheng within the Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia. Photo courtesy of WMF. Restoration work on the eastern half of the ancient temple is now complete. Image courtesy of WMF. "WMF’s work at Angkor began with a 1989 field mission to evaluate the damage it had suffered following 20 years of civil strife and
The first edition of the African Beach Games will begin in Sal in Cape Verde tomorrow with around 1,000 athletes due to take part. Forty-two countries will be represented across 10 days of competition, running until June 23. Eleven sports are on the programme in all - athletics, basketball 3x3, beach handball, beach soccer, beach tennis, beach volleyball,