Check-In 3, Vienna International Airport’s new terminal, went into service on June 5, 2012. Its mission: state-of-the-art processing of millions of air travelers. The Ars Electronica Futurelab designed several installations for it. They take travel, time and air traffic as their subjects, and offer encounters with art to those passing through this hub.
Archaeologists are increasingly using laser scanning technology, as shown in the example of the Upper Austrian Provincial Museum in collaboration with EF Tech. It allows to capture historical places and buildings as three-dimensional objects and thus to preserve them for posterity.
The internet has changed our world, and continues to do so daily. In Austria, netidee is an initiative which annually provides grants to support the implementation of new ideas that promote the advantages of online networks. Here are the 2015 funding recipients.
The question of the starting point, the Materia Prima of our world, quickly comes up when art gets in contact with science and vice versa. The correspondent exhibition of Ars Electronica and LABoral in Spain deals with the interaction of these two fields.
Conventional image formats are definitively too undersized – the Austrian photographer Johann Steininger is specialized in wide panoramas where the viewing angles range up to 360 degrees. Now he presents a collection of them in the Deep Space 8K at the Ars Electronica Center.
You have left everything behind and have just arrived at a refugee camp. Now a period begins in which you are only noticed as a number. In his lecture development worker Kilian Kleinschmidt persuaded that this does not need to be this way.