Credit: Intel Corporation
Drone 100
2015 Media Performances Robo Psychology Robotinity Virtual Environments

A spectacular display of drone technology by Intel Corporation (USA) in collaboration with the Ars Electronica Futurelab involving 100 small aircrafts being launched skywards in formation has earned a new world record title for the Most Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) airborne simultaneously.

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"Encounters" in the Lobby of the Ars Electronica Center
2015 Artists in Residence Media Creation Media Performances Network Residencies Residency Network

„Encounters” are the starting points as well as the results in the work of María Ignacia Edwards that she has finished under the aegis of the Art & Science Networks. Since September, the installation “Encounters” can be looked at and listened to in the foyer of the Ars Electronica Center. It comprises a soundbox in […]

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Building Bridges_SAP_Futurelab
Building Bridges
2015 Media Art & Architecture Visual Instruments

“The Bridge” is one of the main passageways connecting two building complexes on the Walldorf campus and it is host to the interactive music piece Building Bridges, jointly composed with Vienna-based composer Rupert Huber. Translating the movements of the pedestrians through a compositional algorithm, The Bridge serves as stage and instrument at the same time. […]

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Sparks: Artistic Visions of Health and Medicine Residencies
2015 Residence Networks Residency Network

Ars Electronica is part of Sparks, an EU funded communication project that reaches out to all European countries. Sparks is an engagement project on the topic of technology shifts in health, medicine and wellbeing. It aims to raise awareness and communicate the concept of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) to citizens in all European countries. […]

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University of Tsukuba – “labX”

We are proud to announce the beginning of the Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy’s intensive collaboration with Japan’s University of Tsukuba – a leading research university with a visionary focus in human-centred cybernetics. There, a new PhD programme in Empowerment Informatics (EMP) has been founded, with Device Art pioneer Hiroo Iwata as programme leader and highly […]

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