Installed in the middle of the social spaces during TEDGlobal 2013 two weeks ago, three visual scribes kept busy throughout the conference drawing, capturing and sometimes deconstructing the content of every talk on giant whiteboards. David Christie, Fernanda de Uriarte and Tom Oswald, of the London firm Innovation Arts, turned the ideas expressed by the speakers on the main stage into visually engaging “summaries,” session by session. The 30-second timelapse video above illustrates how they worked. It shows them scribing the closing session of TEDGlobal, “All Together Now“.
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