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Adobe Masters Tour: Vienna

Today in Vienna, there were just under 200 of our Austrian friends.
Now is also the time to look back upon the Adobe Masters Tour, and realize that more than 1500 users throughout Germany and Austria have seen us demonstrate cross-media / cross-applications workflows. The impression I got from meeting the audience is that this way of working, of thinking, or approaching projects really fascinates everyone.
The event was a full six hours, and I mean, this is almost like watching Sergei Bondarchuk's "War and Peace" (1968); but as during the other stops nearly everyone put up with us until the very end
As with everything, in the end is the reward; apart for having had the opportunity to go through all the applications with us, attendees were in for a lucky draw to win a Master Collection. So Jason picked a sheet out of the box... and the winner is Helmut W.! Unfortunately, Helmut was one of the few that left the room before the end. So Jason had to pick another lucky winner.
Thank you Austria.
Greg is off to Ireland, Jason to the Netherlands, and yours truly is flying to Portugal tomorrow morning.

[added on March 5]
I just came across this very nice post about the event by Stefan Kuzmanov of VOLLWERTMEDIA Panorama Productions. He also posted a cool panorama of the event. Thanks Stefan.


Hello, the event in Vienna was perfect. Thanks a lot. Is it possible to get a presentation about the speeches. kind regards jürgen

[Hi Juergen, there is no written version of our presentation, but I think someone in Vienna filmed the whole event and will provide us with the footage. I will post here when we know more. Thank you, Rufus]

Dear Rufus,

I am very glad, that you like our work! Thank you for the kompliments.

The show was very interesting and inspiring!

I'll be tomorrow in Graz and will visit also the Adobe Tour. So I'll come by to say "hello".

See you!

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