A Kitchen Budapest 2015-ös talent csapata, a Rites következő projektje a Trafó programján. Ajánljuk!
Explore the output of the KiBu Talent & Lift programs of the autumn term. Check out the outlet of ideas and beta test the most amazing prototypes!
The forthcoming conference of Design Week revolves around creative industry and digitalisation with workshops and talks. Orsi Forster, program manager of KiBu Talent program will give a speech under the title
Next edition of the regular IoT meetup features the Bosch innovation garage. Invited speakers will introduce the latest products and services of the corporation with more than 125 years of experience in the industry.
As part of the smART! XTRA series of interactive presentations, audiences are invited to find out more about interdisciplinary forms of collaboration between different areas of the arts and creative industries, through a number of ongoing projects.
The annual event powered by Telekom revolves around the topic of sustainability and eco-friendly solutions. Year by year the festival/conference displays projects attuned to protecting our environment, so KiBu takes part in this demonstration with various
Is there any creative potential in the field of artificial intelligence? If yes, what does it do in certain scenarios when emotions, intuition or ethics are involved? Be part of Researchers' Night, a joint program of KiBu and Trafó House of Arts.
The main theme of the festival revolves around the concept of »The Other I«, the latest experimentations with synthetic intelligence
Please join us in this insightful session delivered by Roland Batai and his team. They have recently created IoTrend as a Hungarian startup with ex-GE engineers to provide world class IoT solution for Professional customers.
Register to our two-hour hands-on activity @Bánkitó Festival on 15th July (11.30am-). The event is organized by the Let_it_be art agency and Trafó House.
From the Toronto School of Communications, all-time collaborator of Marshall McLuhan will be our guest in honor this Friday in Kitchen Budapest.
Party Night! is a sheer celebration of togetherness via networking, music and rave. Join us to make new acquaintances, reunite with old peers or enjoy the good vibe brought to you by the international DJs.
A Pecha Kucha Night Special Edition vol.55 a Kitchen Budapest is part of the event-series celebrating the 10th birthday of KiBu.
Our latest virtual reality experience, Training 2038 was introduced in the headquarter of the Hungarian Telekom.
We are going to talk about Messenger Marketing and bot best practices for marketers and business owners.
Magyar Telekom and Kitchen Budapest are seeking for new ways of utilizing Telekom data and projects to work with in the future.
Fungi have properties that can tackle issues in various fields. For example, they can be used as means for environmental remediation, as sustainable material alternatives or waste decomposers.
Demo Day is a regular showcase event at KiBu. Two times a year we open an application for early stage ideas, from which the most viable concepts enter the mentor program.
The program is part of Reality Research Festival 2k16. Discover the hidden dimensions of a city via augmented reality!
The conference is part of Reality Research Festival 2k16. From medieval syncretism to the uncanny, from space operas to organic interfaces, from the Hieronymus Bosch–VR experience to the perfect illusion and back.
Don't waste a chance to meet personally Cosmin Ochisor, who is working for developing hub:raum acceleration program for Central and Eastern Europe and working on its implementation at international scale.
Demo Day is a seminal event at KIBU showcasing the output of the 6-month Talent program. With the 5th edition this year, we present the innovations brought to life by 4 collectives (Allegro, Atmo, Glob, Inspire) and dedicate the whole evening to their pit
For this year’s Brain Bar Budapest BIOPOLUS Institute and Kitchen Budapest join forces to bring you an interactive, speculative lab to open discussions about our collective possible futures - based on our present unsustainable practices - to see what kind
DataBoom Hackathon is the first programming competition in Hungary that makes use of open data. The event is co-organized by K-Monitor, Magyary Zoltán E-közigazgatástudományi Egyesület and Kitchen Budapest, with the support of the Embassy of the Netherla
The kickoff event is the first phase of an overarching project-series in our annual programming with AR specification (Year of AR).