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By Chris­ti­ne Lentz More blog artic­les can be read here.


When Rolf Zuc­kow­ski waves from the book’s cover in the form of a hologram


Aug­men­ted Rea­li­ty and Fashion-Tech


Expo­nen­ti­al Learning


No meta­da­ta, no reach


Post­pro­duc­tion 4.0


kopp­la: a digi­tal tool for all skil­led workers

There’s a lot going on on a con­s­truc­tion site. Foun­da­ti­ons are cast, pipes laid, beams are sawn and adjus­ted, and win­dows instal­led – the most varied of trades are working the­re at the same time from the buil­ding shell through to the inte­ri­or fit­tings. The site manage­ment is respon­si­ble for over­see­ing this work. It mana­ges sche­du­les, time […]


Feel­belt - Sound that goes through the body

What does music or sound feel like? Almost ever­yo­ne remem­bers a con­cert expe­ri­ence whe­re the bass from near­by spea­k­ers vibra­ted through the who­le body. Every time the low fre­quen­ci­es vibra­te through the room, this is expres­sed by subt­le vibra­ti­ons of the body. This addi­tio­nal sti­mu­lus helps to ensu­re that the over­all lis­tening expe­ri­ence is per­cei­ved as […]


Crea­ti­ve Tech­no­lo­gies - stu­dy­ing at the inter­face of art and technology

What hap­pens when com­pu­ter sci­ence is brought tog­e­ther with art? Tech­no­lo­gy with crea­ti­vi­ty? How can soft­ware be imple­men­ted, unders­tood and per­cei­ved in an artis­ti­cal­ly valuable way? It is pre­cis­e­ly the­se limits that are being explo­red by the stu­dents of the Crea­ti­ve Tech­no­lo­gies Master’s pro­gram­me at the Film Uni­ver­si­ty Babels­berg KON­RAD WOLF. They have been investigating […]