Project AURORA aims to train art creatives in Berlin to plan, concept and create their own Augmented Reality applications. The project offers the School for ARtists training during which artists learn the necessary tools and technologies to augment their works.
The project SIGNAL is divided into four sub-projects: Media, Museums, Culture, Green IT & Interactive Services Energy efficiency and renewable energies sensor systems and close range communication position & context aware services The prototypes which had been developed within the
Contents of the project Poseidon have been the exploration of the hitherto usage of RFID in public spaces, like museum, in the framework of exhibitions or in combination with touristic information systems. Important fields of research within Poseidon were position
Generally almost every museum is using multimedia technologies to impart specific knowledge. In future museums won’t be only spaces for description and display of objects and knowledge but will set incentives inviting the audience to interact and examinate artifacts and
The research centre for culture and computer science (FKI) has been established on the Campus Wilheminenhof of HTW Berlin. Since March 2013 it became a location where scholars from different fields of work develop research strategies for interdisciplinary projects in
The overall focus of this cooperational project EMIKA is the interdisciplinary research on and the development of information-technology for museums. Together with the HTW Berlin, the Foundation Jewish Museum Berlin as well as small and medium-sized enterprises (KMU) in the
How can one bring mobility to a museum? Which contents are interesting for the today’s youth? Which part does technology play? Aim of the project HardMUT II was to install and carry out a permanent and technological infrastructure on interdisciplinary