A sneak peek beyond the stage at Web Summit 2015

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From the Machine Stage to the Society Stage, Web Summit was a hive of activity. But what about the behind the scenes? We thought we’d give you a sneak peek into what was happening beyond the stage.

Drones, robots and… Sheep? It’s a combination you wouldn’t get anywhere other than Web Summit. Here are some of our favourite behind the scenes moments:

Randy Braun, the man behind the biggest drone manufacturer in the world, giving the Web Summit team the chance to fly a drone over Dublin.
Nico Sell of Wickr, in her characteristic sunglasses, chatting with Nathalie Nahai before taking to Centre Stage. Nathalie interviewed Nico on privacy and the ethics of putting photos of your children online.
Jaunt took their immersive VR experience to Web Summit. Curious attendees could give it a go and see another world right before their eyes.
Pepper the Robot, the star of Machine Summit and a creation of Alderbaran Robotics, meets some young Web Summit attendees.
Dan Brown signing a fan’s book after his Centre Stage talk on science, religion and how they overlap.
Sean Rad, CEO of Tinder, ready to take to the stage. He discussed what’s next for the company as well as sharing some Tinder tips with the audience.
Away from the stage attendees met the real stars of the show: The Web Summit sheep. Here they are posing for Instagram photos.

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