Ars Electronica Futurelab

CADET – Playful Sparks

CADET, initiated jointly by the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg and Ars Electronica Futurelab, the Center for Advances in Digital Entertainment Technologies, is working to increase immersion, participation and interaction in the digital entertainment and communication. Continue reading

(In)Sights – Ars Electronica Solutions

(In)Sights interlinks real objects and digital information in a way that’s fun to use. It enhances the use of the object by adding an interactive level. Continue reading

Solutions Center

Leading an environmentally friendly lifestyle can be so simple. If you’re going to leave a room for more than three minutes in the evening, it pays to turn off the light. Or: regularly checking your tire pressure increases driving safety and saves gas. Continue reading

ZeitRaum / New York

ZeitRaum [TimeSpace] is an interactive art installation Ars Electronica Futurelab developed for Vienna International Airport’s new Skylink terminal. It interprets arriving and departing flights in real time. ZeitRaum consists of several individual stations that accompany passengers on the way to their gate. Continue reading

Deep Space LIVE: Real Imaginary Objects

In Deep Space, Daniel Crooks will personally present the works he created as artist in residence at the Ars Electronica Futurelab. The video artist endeavors to employ time as a physical material in his artistic practice, and to transcend the monitor screen to enter the domain of three-dimensional physical sculpture. Continue reading

CADET – Center for Advances in Digital Entertainment Technologies

In the CADET – Center for Advances in Digital Entertainment Technologies research project funded by the FFG – Austrian Research Promotion Agency’s Cooperation & Innovation (COIN) program, the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences and the Ars Electronica Futurelab are teaming up their technical capabilities and design skills to decisively strengthen Austria as a place to do business in the field of creative engineering. Continue reading

Moves Reloaded

Moves Reloaded is an interactive installation that lets visitors become a part of an endless, ever-changing choreography. An installation visitor performs three seconds of his/her best dance moves and the system records and collages them—differently every time, depending on the music. Continue reading

Spaxels Concept Demos

Ars Electronica Futurelab staffers have been doing R&D since 2012 on what they’ve dubbed spaxels (space pixels) – a swarm of quadcopters that can fly in precise formation and thus “draw” three-dimensional images in midair. Continue reading

Future Playground

Ars Electronica Futurelab and Ars Electronica Solutions invite visitors to think of what’s happening at the nexus of art, technology, society – and change. Continue reading

Ars Electronica Residency Network Panel

The Ars Electronica Residency Network offers a highly diversified subset of individual programs that target a wide array of artists. Continue reading