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Date of issue    18.01.-05.07.2009
Exhibition area    1,000 square metres
Organizer    Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum
Project management    Michael Mikolajczak
Exhibition design    Archimedes, Berlin
Interactive stations    26
Media stations    12
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The individual exhibition topics and the exhibits themselves serve as examples for the fields they represent, giving visitors a comprehensive and complex insight into each topic.


The exhibition demonstrates state-of-the-art research and technology to visitors. Research results and sophisticated products only recently launched on the market will be on show.


Visitors enjoy the sensations generated by interactive objects. Interactive exhibits promote sustained interest, comprehension and information retention.


All the exhibits are self-explanatory, allowing visitors to explore the exhibition on their own. A visit to the exhibition thus becomes an expedition of discovery.


Not only does the exhibition show high tech in sport, but it also conveys the latest developments via state-of-the-art media technology. Fascinating worlds of images on big screens also make a visit to the exhibition a media experience.

Target groups

  • Active sportsmen and sportswomen
  • Trainers
  • Managers of sports clubs
  • Sports teachers, instructors
  • Representatives of sports associations
  • Representatives from the field of sport politics
  • Families
  • School classes
  • Parents of children who pursue sport
  • Senior citizens
  • Physiotherapists
  • Representatives of fitness centres
  • People in relevant technical occupations
  • IT and other industrial representatives
  • Relevant research establishments and chairs