You are here: AU Research Research Centres  CAVI

News

The dugout nanoe at the exhibition The First Immigrants at Moesgaard Museum.
Her Majesty the Queen at the opening ceremony. Foto: Medieafdelingen - Moesgaard Museum.
A 3D model of the paddles and the dugout canoe. The 3D models are used for 3D projection on the physical objects.

Congratulations to Moesgaard Museum on the opening of the exhibition The First Immigrants

2016.10.07On October 7th, Moesgaard Museum unveil their new exhibition The First Immigrants.

One of the Poetry Machines which the EU-project is based upon, photo from the Instagram profile @poesimaskinen by Roskilde Library.
One of the Poetry Machines at Dokk1, Aarhus.

Turn On Literature: A new EU-project involving the Poetry Machines

2016.10.04A new EU-project includes a further development, distribution and translation of the Poetry Machines. Two new partners join in – a library in Norway and a library in Romania.

The Interactive Terracotta Warrior at the Panasonic stand.
Rolf Bagge, Johan Ahrenfeldt, The Terracotta Warrior, Janus Bager Kristensen and Jonas Oxenbøll Petersen.

The Interactive Terracotta Warrior presented at ICOM in Milan

2016.07.17The Interactive Terracotta Warrior was shipped to Milan to be a centrepiece in the Panasonic stand at the ICOM conference.

A girl use the Digital Literature installation on the back of the Poetry Machine, Roskilde Library.

From the Ink to the design of five new Poetry Machines

2016.03.05Based on the poem-generating installation Ink, the collaboration with Roskilde Library has evolved to the creation of five new Poetry Machines.

Digital Experience

Digital Experience is a weblog on interaction and experience design. The site is created and maintained by CAVI, the Centre for Advanced Visualization and Interaction at Aarhus University. Contributions are welcome.

About CAVI

The Centre for Advanced Visualization and Interaction, CAVI, is a part of Aarhus University with activities within the fields of architecture, design, scientific visualization, art and culture. CAVI's facilities are used for teaching and research and for projects with companies and institutions outside the university.