Next Stop Berlin - Your Expansion to Europe - meet two German stars: Wooga Games and Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications
+ The Best Social Games come from Berlin Sina Kaufmann Communication
wooga – world of gaming About wooga Founded January 2009 Funding: Founders, Balderton Capital, Holtzbrinck Ventures (total of €5m+) Interna;onal team of 70 from 20 countries in Berlin Key stats 5 games on Facebook; Over 18m ac;ve users Biggest European social game developer Only 5% of users from adver;sing 70% of users are female (age 20-‐60) 7
Techcrunch: “wooga is ﬁgh;ng the good ﬁght for Europe”
#1 § Launched July 2009 § Biggest brain training game on Facebook
#2 § Launched February 2010 § Top 20 Facebook game § Pop colourful bubbles and explore the secrets of a mysterious island.
#3 § Launched May 2010 § Top 20 Facebook game § Grow crazy plants and build your own unique Monster Garden.
#4 § Launched: December 2010 § Cure cute pets of funny diseases while building your own pet hospital.
#5 § Launched: March 2011 § Click as many gems as possible in 60 seconds § Already more than 1 million Players
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Fraunhofer 18 Heinrich Hertz InstituteFraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI)Driving the Digital FutureFraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute - Berlin, Germany / Cambridge, MAwww.hhi.fraunhofer.de 3/31/11
FraunhoferFraunhofer Germany 19 Heinrich Hertz Instituten Europe’s largest applied research organizationn Founded in 1949 Itzehoe Rostock Lübeckn $2+ billion research budget Bremerhavenn 18,000 staff, 80+ research units Bremen Hannover Berlin (HHI) Potsdam Teltow Braunschweig Research orientation Magdeburg Cottbus Oberhausen Dortmund Halle Duisburg Schkopau Leipzig Product development Schmallenberg Dresden St. Augustin Jena Industry Aachen Euskirchen Chemnitz Wachtberg Ilmenau Darmstadt Würzburg Applied research Erlangen Fraunhofer St. Ingbert Kaiserslautern Fürth Nürnberg Saarbrücken Karlsruhe Pfinztal Ettlingen Stuttgart University Freising Fundamental research Freiburg München (HQ) Public Private Kandern Holzkirchen Efringen-Kirchen Source of funding
FraunhoferFraunhofer Worldwide 20 Heinrich Hertz Instituten Fraunhofer HHI with offices in Berlin, Germany and Cambridge, MA
FraunhoferHeinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) Heinrich Hertz Institute Electronic Communication Photonic Fiber Optical Imaging Networks Components Sensor Systems Image Processing Mobile Broadband Active Devices Life Science, and Transmission Systems Passive Devices Industry, Interactive Media Photonic Networks Integration Security, Human Factors and Systems Technologies Energy High Speed Hardware Architectures FPGAs, Chips, Boards 21
FraunhoferHeinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) 22 Heinrich Hertz Instituten Glassless 3D and touchless interaction n Intregrated head- and eyetrackingn Leading 3D image processing Touchless control in OR n World‘s first live 3D broadcastn Award winning technology n Video coding standard H.264 *n Data transmission world records n 10.2 Tbit/s via fiber optics** EMMY Awards 2008 and 2009 n 500 Mbit/s via white light LED (wireless) * over 1 billion devices use H.264/AVC (Smart phones, Internet streaming, Blu-ray disk, HDTV) ** 240 DVDs per second
FraunhoferValue Proposition Heinrich Hertz Instituten HHI covers complete value chain in 3D image processing Multisensor Data 3D w/o Glasses, Networks Transceiver Pick-up Coding Immersive Displays
Fraunhofer 24 Heinrich Hertz Institute Thank you ! Contact: Frank Menzler firstname.lastname@example.orgFraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute - Berlin, Germany / Cambridge, MAwww.hhi.fraunhofer.de