For 175 years, ZEISS has been asking “How can we challenge the limits of our imagination?” To celebrate this vision, ZEISS has partnered up with thought leaders and great minds from around the globe for the series "ZEISS Beyond Talks" where they speak about their work, visions, and how they are having a major impact on our world.
Mobile photography is playing an increasingly important role in our daily life. Looking ahead, how our interactions will be shaped by mobile photography, what technological breakthroughs will appear, and what will be the mobile photography like in 100 years? Spark Ni, Senior Vice President & CMO at vivo, spoke to us and shared his understanding of photography.
The award-winning photography of polar explorer Sebastian Copeland transports us into a world few people get to experience. He spoke to us about the beauty, danger and fragility of life on the ice.
Nipam Patel is a developmental biologist studying the animal world at the genetic level. His research into butterflies and crustaceans is opening new doors in our understanding of color visualization, tissue regeneration, and the evolution of species.
Professor Ling Feng is a leading neurosurgeon and Deputy Director of the China International Neuroscience Institute (China INI) in Beijing. In a field driven by science, she says empathy is still the most important trait.
Jeffery Yau is the founder and CEO of luxury eyewear brand PUYI OPTICAL. We caught up with him at the ZEISS Vision Center in Hong Kong to discuss developments in the eyewear industry, and how luxury brands can give back to the community.
Dr. Peter Leibinger is CTO of TRUMPF Group – a world leader in industrial-use laser technology. He shares his thoughts on what makes lasers special, their role in developing AI, and why there’s reason to be optimistic about humanity’s future.
We spoke to film director Sherry Hormann in the iconic Delphi cinema in Berlin. She told us about the importance of portraying the individual experience, dealing with tough subjects on screen, and why storytelling has always touched human beings.
L'esplorazione moderna non è solo andare nello spazio, ma anche studiare i materiali che ci circondano a livello molecolare. Joachim Mayer è un pioniere in questo campo. Lo scienziato dei materiali dell'Università Tecnica di Aquisgrana e dell'Ernst Ruska-Centrum per la microscopia e la spettroscopia afferma che stiamo entrando nell'era del calcolo neuromorfico.
Sono pochi gli esseri umani che si sono immersi nelle profondità marine o sono stati nello spazio. Antje Boetius è un'esploratrice dei mari. Abbiamo avuto l'occasione di ricevere da lei informazioni esclusive su questa parte inesplorata del nostro pianeta.
"ZEISS Beyond Talks – The Podcast” ti accompagna in un viaggio per ripercorrere importanti pietre miliari e parlare con scienziati di primo piano, artisti rinomati ed esperti ZEISS di tutto il mondo. A tutti loro abbiamo chiesto: come possiamo sfidare i limiti dell’immaginazione?