The Futurelab staff includes experts in a wide array of disciplines at work on ideas that will exert a powerful effect on our future. Media art, architecture, design, interactive exhibitions, virtual reality and real-time graphics make up the Futurelab’s inspiration pool. Here, innovative people reconfigure available knowledge, build bridges to art, and come up with concepts designed to facilitate our interaction with the world of today and tomorrow.
(Linz, April 10, 2017) The Ars Electronica Spaxels have been booked to fly at Rock in Rio 2017.Read More Ars Electronica SPAXELS® Flying at Rock in Rio
(Linz, April 3, 2017) At the next Deep Space LIVE on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 7 PM, microsurgeon Dietmar Hager will talk about how important the hand is for us human beings.Read More Deep Space LIVE: The Amazing Human Hand: All about Grasping
(Linz, March 29, 2017) “Beyond the Lab: The DIY Science Revolution” is a travelling exhibition curated by the Science Museum London that focuses on “do-it-yourself scientists” and is running at the Ars Electronica Center in Linz until June 5th.Read More Beyond the Lab: the DIY Science Revolution
(Linz, March 14, 2017) Thanks to a detailed digital reconstruction, visitors to the Ars Electronica Center’s Deep Space 8K can get a realistic impression of what the Old Linz Synagogue, that was torched by the Nazis, actually looked like.Read More Deep Space LIVE: The Reconstruction of the Old Linz Synagogue