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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.

The workshop presented the teachers with new technologies such as robots (Photo: Ana Catarina Cabral)
Using LilyPads the participants experimented with wearables, blinking LEDs, and sensors
And challenged them to rethink the possibilities for integrating transformative ways of learning into their own schools

FabLab@School.dk workshop challenges schoolteachers to program LilyPads and robots

2014.01.20Everybody loves a challenge. To launch the new research program, Fablab@School.dk, schoolteachers and managers were invited to participate in a three-day workshop that included hands-on-experiments with new technologies, and discussions of how to build future FabLabs

CIBIS: Creativity in Blended Interaction Spaces

2013.12.15More and more forms of human activity involve digital devices such as cell phones, tablets, desktop computers. However, creative practice in the field of design and architecture still relies on analog materials, such pen and paper, Post-it® notes, and whiteboards. The CIBIS project builds and explores a blended interactive space that spans various digital devices and analog materials.

The guests begin the meeting with a guided tour of CAVI

Wroclaw Capital of Culture 2016 visiting CAVI

2013.12.12The Polish city of Wroclaw is designated as one of the two European Capitals of Culture of 2016, the year before the baton is passed to Aarhus. In connection with this, the management of “Wroclow Capital of Culture” visited Aarhus and CAVI to establish a collaboration.

Self-Imposed Creativity Constraints

2013.12.11PhD Defence: MICHAEL MOSE BISKJÆR

Ekkomaten in Møllevangen

“Echoes” from Møllevangen

2013.11.22How do you transform an installation originally intended to capture “echoes” of 18th century Aarhus, to capture the sounds of a present-day Aarhus neighborhood? By developing the sound archive of "Ekkomaten" in collaboration with the residents of Møllevangen, Morten Breinbjerg and Jonas Fritsch framed Ekkomaten with a new narrative, and in a new social setting.

The interactive poem generator, as it was presented at Fredericia Library
Ink at Vejen Library 
A close-up of Ink at Roskilde Library

Ink on Library Tour

2013.11.02After being presented at the public library in Aarhus, the interactive installation, Ink, has started off on a wider tour of some of Denmark’s other public libraries. CAVI, and project member Søren Pold, are pleased to bring Ink to a broader context, and that more people will be able to experience the poem-generating installation.

Fei Jun, leader of the Interactive Beijing and CAFA, China Academy of Fine Arts, opening the conference
This year, the conference moved into CMoDA, China Millennium Monument Museum of Digital Arts
An example of an installation addressing air pollution

CAVI/PIT participation in Interactive Beijing 2013

2013.10.15Within the framework of Beijing Design Week, Interactive Beijing was hosted under the theme “Our Air, Our Responsibility!”, September 28-30. Head of Department Morten Lervig represented CAVI/PIT in his talk on “Interacting with visual stimulation, fostering new behavior through digital strategies”, with a focus on climate-related digital art.

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