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The 3D projection on the Etruscan coffin may now be viewed at the Museum of Ancient Art

Opening of “Rejsen til Dødsriget”, a 3D projection on an Etruscan coffin, at the Museum of Ancient Art

2014.04.17Beginning 14 April 2014, CAVI will display an Etruscan Coffin at the Museum of Ancient Art, Aarhus University, incorporating advanced 3D projection. The installation will be part of a larger exhibition focusing on the Etruscan traditions of the transition from the land of the living to the land of the dead.

As the Etruscan coffin was originally colorful, we are recreating this with a digital layer.
A staging of the Etruscan emperor in purgatory.

CAVI collaborates with the Museum of Ancient Art in planning a 3D projection on Etruscan coffin

2014.02.27This spring, CAVI will display an Etruscan Coffin at the Museum of Ancient Art, Aarhus University, using advanced 3D projection. In the video below, you can catch a glimpse of this collaboration.

Children playing with RadarTable.

“RadarTable” at LEGO World 2014

2014.02.13From the 13th to the 16th of February, visitors at LEGO World will have the opportunity to experience CAVI’s interactive music installation, "RadarTable", as it is a part of the LEGO event at the Bella Center, Copenhagen.

The front page of the app, which may be downloaded from Apple's App Store.
The app advises commuters whether they should drive now, or wait five minutes.

"Drive Now?" New app guides you through traffic

2014.02.06Are you tired of getting stuck in a traffic jam? By asking the "Drive Now?" app whether it would be a good idea to drive now, you can avoid this. The app is based on real-time traffic sensor input, and attempts to showcase the potential of Open Data.

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 the University of Aarhus 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.

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