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Parametric Space at the Zaha Hadid exhibition at DAC

DAC, the Danish Architecture Centre, features the work of the internationally acclaimed star architect, Zaha Hadid, in her first solo exhibition in Scandinavia.

2013.06.25 | Louise Jensen

In collaboration with Zaha Hadid’s office, and along with the Danish design office, Kollision, and Walberg light and motion design, CAVI participates in the design and production of the exhibition’s interactive space, where the visitors may actively participate in a dynamic design process in physical space. The exhibition Zaha Hadid - World Architecture can be seen at the Danish Architecture Centre from 29 June to 29 September 2013.

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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

The Ringgade Bridge on the day of the premiere of Hesitation of Light. 
The software is tested on a video of a sunset at the programmers’ office at CAVI. The screen on the right shows the colours which are converted from the sunset.

Hesitation of Light

2016.12.20The light of the sunset converts into an iconic media façade.

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.