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Spaxels shape Star Trek – Logo in London’s skyline

The Ars Electronica Futurelab has sent the emblem of the Star Fleet Academy into the nightsky of London after being contacted by Paramount Pictures to create a unique way to promote the upcoming Star Trek – Movie, “Into Darkness”. The technology behind the stunt were the Spaxels which have created quite a buzz during the [...]

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Exhibition opening “Robots. Machine and Human?” at Museum of Technology Vienna

Yesterday, Dr. Claudia Schmied, Federal Minister for Education, the Arts and Culture, opened the exhibition “Robot. Machine and Human?” at the Museum of Technology Vienna. For this exhibition, the Ars Electronica Futurelab developed a new RoboLab which provides a hand-on experience of programming and navigating robots in a playful way. (More info)

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recent projects

Virtual Anatomy & Pathology in Deep Space

Image Credit: Martin Hieslmair A look back at the history of medicine quickly reveals that the graphic depiction of the human body and its internal organs has a very long tradition. Beginning with sketches rendered by hand all the way to x-ray techniques and modern digital methods like computer tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), [...]

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Overview—In Touch with the Earth

Overview in Deep Space at the Ars Electronica Center provides stunning insights into The Blue Planet. The experience of a globe is redefined by breathtaking stereoscopic projections on a jumbo 16 x 18-meter screen featuring 8x Full HD resolution. Developed in cooperation with Japan’s Miraikan— National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Overview depicts Earth [...]

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