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This is the second installment of my virtual tour series at SAP TechEd 2013 Las Vegas. My first video was an overview of the Show Floor. Today I’ll focus on one specific area of the Show Floor: the ever-popular Clubhouse.

For those who haven’t been to TechEd, the Clubhouse is where attendees can go to relax in between sessions, refuel on drinks and snacks, and have fun with friends and colleagues. Here are some of the highlights I’ve captured in both photos and videos:

Relaxing

This year we introduced beanbag lounges throughout the venue and they’ve been a huge hit. Here’s a photo of all the beanbags before they were distributed throughout the Clubhouse:

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And they’re being put to good use! Pretty much all of them are being used at any given moment:

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Re-Fueling

The Clubhouse is located in the middle of the Show Floor this year, which gives it great visibility for anyone who needs a little coffee…or a Red Bull!

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We’ve also introduced some candy snacks in the Clubhouse. Classic candies including M&Ms, tootsie rolls, gummy bears and more await the attendees at this mini-confectionery:

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Playing and Celebrating

To keep things fun we’ve introduced a few cool new experiences to the Clubhouse this year. One is a 16-person foosball table which definitely looks as big as it sounds:

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We also have a digital graffiti wall where you can take a digital paint can and create your own artwork on top of your own image (see short video below):

Last but not least, we have a very cool “SCN is 10” History Wall to celebrate the 10th anniversary of SAP Community Network. I made a short video so you can see some of the milestones, vintage photos, and ideas for the future of SCN.

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  1. Jitendra Kansal

    another great blog with lovely pix and wonderful virtual tour video…. i loved it.

    One is a 16-person foosball table which definitely looks as big as it sounds:

    Eduardo Rezende i only played with 4-person. it would be really fantastic and more fun to play 16-person foosball.

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