“No, you have to pedal to see the future”, laughs Thijs Baselmans. The TU Eindhoven student just put a visitor on an exercise bike. In the middle of the Ketelhuisplein. The bicycle is part of Museum door de Stad (“Museum throughout the city) that can be found on the square this whole week – thanks to Dutch Technology Week. All kinds of installations – from autonomous bumper cars and data mirrors to an exoskeleton – made by different designers or students are to be seen and used.

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Author profile picture Milan Lenters is a writer and editor. Through IO, he got to know his native city Eindhoven in a different way and sometimes looks with amazement at the many stories that lie ahead.