TEDActive 2012: Day 2 wrap-up

Leap Year: In honor of leap day 2012 attendees jump on trampolines during the morning break, and off — into the future!

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Marla Aufmuth / TED)

FlagTag installation: TEDYou speaker Jacob Soboroff tags a tree as part of artist Megan Geckler’s FlagTag installation, which is currently transforming the Riviera from a desert resort into a rainbow wonderland.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Michael Brands / TED)

eyeCan: Attendee Jinyong Chung shows his project eyeCan invention, inspired by Mick Ebeling’s TEDActive 2011 talk on his eyeWriter. eyeCan enables Lou Gehrig’s patients to use certain computer functions and connect to the world without the help of others.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Michael Brands / TED)

JR Skype Q&A: TEDActive attendees speak with 2011 TED Prize winner JR in a Q&A Skype session about his Inside Out Project.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Marla Aufmuth / TED)

Session 7: The City: After the announcement of the TED Prize wish for The City 2.0, attendees dance on stage to the inspiring voices of the Mama Foundation Gospel For Teens choir as they close out the final session for the day.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Marla Aufmuth / TED)

Project Dinners: The House Party Project dinner takes place in three historic Palm Springs estates including the Elrod House (here), the Boat House and the Steve McQueen House.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Marla Aufmuth / TED)

See more on our collaborative daily photo album.

3 thoughts on “TEDActive 2012: Day 2 wrap-up”

  1. I can’t stop thinking how blessed we all are for being here!!! How much knowledge, how much wonderfull people, how much incredible interactions!!! I’m sure that we’ve all made many lifetime friends!!!!

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  2. Please be sure to upload pics of your flagging tape “Flagtag” creations to Twitter using #flagtag and they will show up in a photo-stream on flagtag.megangeckler.com – spread the word and keep those creative juices flowing!

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