During our first meetup, which took place on Valentine’s Day, we presented the history of erotic industry, and an overview of technologies that might influence its future development.

Afterwards, we held a workshop during which we made our own sex toys, thus speculating about whether we want to accept solutions such as 4D printing, immersive experience, and bionic robotics to all aspects of our lives.


The second event consisted of three parts:

A lecture, during which we analyzed how changes brought by the 3rd Industrial Revolution influenced the redefinition of business models used by large record labels. We also presented an overview of the latest technological solutions that may shape their future.

During the discussion panel, the representatives of music industry(YouKnowMeRecords,Wojtek Urbański, Kayax, CORD) unanimously decided that key success elements for a contemporary musician are creativity and ability to use modern resources.

As an ending activity, we held workshops during which we created speculations about the experiences of making and reception of music in 2050.


Today's youngest generation is probably the first on Earth, which thanks to the development of medicine and nanobots will be able to decide the length of their lives.

During the third meeting, we presented how technology would affect the perception of mortality. We were wondering how the world would change if people could survive up to 150 years? Is overcoming death the last challenge that humanity faces?

The event took on an interactive form. Using the tool specially designed by us, the participants had the opportunity to vote and decide in which direction the presentation was going.


The current model of public education has been based on the model of an industrial production line and therefore does not adapt the youth to the dynamically changing world, in which the labor market is becoming massively automated.

During the lecture, for which we invited children, we discussed the Makers’ Movement and soft skills, whose development is crucial to make kids ready to face the challenges of the future.


It is estimated that the value of the hemp business in 2020 will reach 6 billion dollars. The speed of its development resembles cable television in the 1990s and the Internet in the first decade of the 21st century. Will the cannabis industry share their fate and also change the world?

During the lecture we presented the history and trends of the Cannabis market, which is particularly attractive for small and medium-sized enterprises that can afford the flexibility necessary for frequent changes in legal regulations that take place in relation to the industry.

The event ended with a quiz on the knowledge of Cannabis applications, in which the prize was a 25-centimeter joint intended for collecting purposes.


This time we joined forces with the girls from Bar Pacyfik and together we created a real Dining Experience.

In addition to a lecture about the food of the future(meaningthe one that tastes good, has an impact on our health, is made responsibly with respect for animals and plants) the participants have learned for themselves what the future tastes like.

Bar Pacyfik prepared dinner, during which the guests could test dishes prepared from worms, algae and fungi.

We also invited Alex Genis with her Aroma project, nominated for the Food Design Awards. Magda Mojsiejuk was responsible for the set design.

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