My geared mechanisms and constructions have been displayed in renowned museums and exhibitions across Europe (State collections of Antiquities Munich, Beyer clock and watch museum Zurich, Herakleidon childrens' museum Athens, etc.). I have been invited numerous times for scientific lectures, popular talks and school classes around ancient technology and the Antikythera Mechanism. Here are some selected examples and further milestones of Eternal Gadgetry, in chronological order.

24/6/2020: Radio Interview with Natasa Vissarionos

Ραδιοφωνική συνέντευξη - 'Κουβέντες μακρινές' στη 'Φωνή της Ελλαδας' - με τη Νατάσα Βησσαρίωνος.

15/5/2020: Radio Interview with Olina Ksenopoulou

Ραδιοφωνική συνέντευξη - Νυχτερινές συναντήσεις - με την Ολύνα Ξενοπούλου στο πρώτο πρόγραμμα.

14/5/2020: Radio Interview with Giorgos Apostolidis

Ραδιοφωνική συνέντευξη - Μια ημέρα στην Αθήνα - με τον Γιώργο Αποστολίδη στον Αθήνα 9,84.

2019-2020: Eternalgadgetry brings the Antikythera Mechanism to everyone, as an interactive app!

Android version and iOS version (iPad & iPhone)

May 2019: 'Pint of Science' Public event, Keg bar, Munich

Over 2000 years of simulating the cosmos - Antikythera mechanism

May 2019: 'Curiositas' public event at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden

Unlocking a sea secret: the Antikythera Mechanism

April 2019: Talking about the solar system and ancient wonders to a nursery school

Nov-Dec 2018: A series of interactive seminars in schools of Munich

Seminars on ancient technology and the Antikythera Mechanism, to high-school and elementary students, in cooperation with the Education Department of the Greek Consulate General and the Academy for Teacher Training and Personnel Management Dillingen.

13 October 2018: Talk at Open House Day at the Technical University of Munich

Press release and Programme

August 2018: Misc. articles in newspapers

Süddeutsche Zeitung and Merkur

July 2018: Talk and exhibition at the Glyptothek/State collections of Antiquities Munich, and honorary member of the Club of Greek Academics

May 2018: FroM behind the SCiENcES press release of the research reactor FRMII in Garching

A 2000-year-old secret revealed

Autumn 2017: Exhibition 'Voyage, Seafaring and shipbuilding in Greece from antiquity to modern times', Limassol, Cyprus

14/7/2017: Radio Interview with Olina Ksenopoulou

Ραδιοφωνική συνέντευξη - Νυχτερινές συναντήσεις - με την Ολύνα Ξενοπούλου στο πρώτο πρόγραμμα.

Summer 2017: 'Voyage/Πλεύσις' exhibition with the interactive Antikythera Mechanism at the Herakleidon childrens' museum, Athens

A new, interactive model of the Antikythera Mechanism: the visitor can for the first time turn the gears of the mechanism, PR1 CNN, PR2, PR3, PR4, PR5, PR6, PR7

June 2017: Antikythera Mechanism goes IoT (Internet of Things) - First ever interactive version

Spring 2017: The RAMA Project funded by NASA: Converting an asteroid into a mechanical spacecraft

I was honored to contribute to this project in terms of using ancient technoogy in space, under extreme conditions. A collaboration with Made in Space.

March 2017: A planetarium embracing and inspired by ancient technology, as a tribute to Archimedes!

January 2017: the Antikythera Mechanism modeled in Autodesk Fusion 360

November 2016: event and talk at the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum, Zurich

October 2016 - May 2017: Beyer Museum Exhibition

March 2016: invited talk at the Greek Physical Society, Aegina, Greece

22 February 2016: talk at Fablab, Munich

7 December 2015: a video unlocking the Antikythera Mechanism secrets

5-6 September 2015: interview about my reconstruction

Interview to V. Mathioudakis of efsyn
Πρωτοσέλιδο στο ένθετο Νησίδες, Εφημερίδα των Συντακτών, συνέντευξη Β. Μαθιουδάκης

5 October 2014: my first video, showing the rotating Mechanism!