The Interactivation Studio is used to research the interaction between people and technology. It develops Human-Computer interfaces for expression and performance, instruments, and interactive environments.
In collaboration with designers, artists, musicians, architects and technologists new interaction paradigms are developed, tested and presented to the public, industry and academic community.
The Interactivation Studio is on the DAB courtyard with a flexible lay out: all furniture and equipment is on wheels and can be relocated, with reconfigurable wiring schemes through cable ducts in the floor and ceiling. This encourages rapid changes into a research lab, design office, lecture room, workshop, performance space, video installations etc. suiting the needs of the processes.
A modular equipment set up facilitates research, consisting of high end video projectors, multi-channel studio audio system, tools, electronic materials, interfaces and powerful computers.
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