Behind-the-Scenes at TED2014: A photo gallery of days 2 and 3

24 Mar

Originally posted on TED Blog:

A bird's-eye view of the lobby at the Vancouver Convention Centre, complete with spinning globe and "The Next Chapter" stairway. Photo: Bret Hartman

A bird’s-eye view of the Vancouver Convention Centre, complete with spinning globe and “The Next Chapter” stairway. Photo: Bret Hartman

The second and third days of TED2014 have been tremendous—a mind-bending exercise in crackling new ideas and rethinking old ones. Here, a visual spin through the conference so far.

TED Fellow Uldus Bakhtiozina shares her beautiful, surreal photography. Photo: Ryan Lash

TED Fellow Uldus Bakhtiozina shares her beautiful, surreal photography. Photo: Ryan Lash

Chris Hadfield, whose talk was posted on TED.com today, signs books in the TED Bookstore. Photo: James Duncan Davidson

Chris Hadfield, whose TED Talk was posted today , signs books. Photo: James Duncan Davidson

Dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis lost her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing. Today, she danced for the first time since thanks to an ultra high-tech prosthetic created by Hugh Herr's lab at MIT. Photo: James Duncan Davidson

Dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis lost her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing. Today, she danced for the first time since, thanks to a high-tech prosthetic created by Hugh Herr’s lab at MIT. Photo: James Duncan Davidson

Edward Snowden walks through TED2014, interacting with attendees. Photo: Bret Hartman

Edward Snowden walks through TED2014, interacting with attendees. Photo: Bret Hartman

TED's own Tom Reilly is gifted with a puppet of himself during the TED Fellows sessions. Last summer, he presented a similar puppet to Fellow Asha de Vos. Photo: Ryan Lash

TED’s own Tom Reilly is presented with a puppet of himself during the TED Fellows sessions. Photo: Ryan Lash

Citi for Cities is helping major metropolises solve problems. At their kiosk at TED, attendees created digital art by riding a stationary Citi Bike. The harder they pedaled, the more the color and pattern changed. Photo: James Duncan Davidson Citi for Cities is helping metropolises solve problems…

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