Charamel developed the character Tinka as a 3D hologram for the Deutsche Telekom and was proud to be part of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. As an almost life-sized 3D model, Tinka responded to visitor questions about the company and other highlights. The topics bots and artificial intelligence (AI) played an important role. Joachim Stegmann, team leader Future Communications at the Deutsche Telekom says: "Artificial intelligence is an enabling technology like big data, that is used in any branch. Our intention was to create an Eyecatcher, that calls attention to the trend topig AI. We wanted to present Tinka as a company assistant. A digital enterprise assistant." Her precise speech recognition really drawed attention to Tinka. As a virtual assistant, Tinka can answer your questions with charm and sympathy. Behaviour, emotions and animation were generated and rendered in real-time through the Charamel software. The virtual assistant supports the T-Mobile Austria website for a long time. Exhibits like Tinka as a 3D hologram enable to make an emotional contact with something unusual.