Behind the ColourMirror

Design Week Budapest

Museum of Applied Arts


This interactive installation, made by the team TechLab Fellows of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, is a project accompanying the exhibition “In the Mood for Colours”. The mirror scans the clothing of the visitor standing in front of it and the programme finds an object in the exhibition matching this colour scheme. How did this installation come into being? What can it be used for? Among others, these questions will be discussed with the creators of the project.


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Address: 1091 Budapest, Üllői St. 33-37.

Interactive installation: 27 September, Tuesday 17:30-19:00

Place: Museum of Applied Arts

Other information: The program sparked entrance ticket to the exhibition can be visited.


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MOME Digital Craft Lab + MOME Tech Lab: Wearable Technologies


In partnership with Budapest Design Week 2016 | | SMART Monday, 26 SEP 2016. Trafóklub, TRAFÓ18



Digital object creation, manipulated materials, interactive graphics, audio and image processing. Memory brooch, illuminating reflex mirror, acoustic Budapest memorials. The Wearable Technologies exhibition presents the works by MOME Design and Art Department’s students inspired by individual and collective memories. Can you imagine what can be done with a 3D printer, a laser cutter or a hacked Arduino? Let these young designers show you...


Professors: LIPÓCZKI Ákos, RUTTKAY Zsófia

Consultants: HARSÁNYI Réka, KESZEI István

Exhibited students: CSEH Dániel, CSER Boglárka, FAZEKAS Vera, FEKETE Fruzsina, KISKÉRY Dániel, KÖVÉR Dóra Rea, NEUZER Zsófia, ORBÁN Emese, ZAJZON Ákos


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More info: http://trafo.hu/en-US/wearable_technologies






The fourth meeting of COST Action E-READ was held in Zadar (Croatia) from September 12th to 14th 2016 with a special emphasis on the developmental aspects of reading. The three day meeting gathered experts from more than 20 European countries who were studying the differences in reading from paper books and e-books. Zsófia Ruttkay took part in the conference as the official representative of Hungary. She contributed to the work of working groups dealing with the developmental aspects of reading and the ergonomics of reading.

More info: http://ereadcost.eu/meeting-in-zadar/



Digital Judaism
The presentations of the projects made on the Museum of the Future in the Visegrad Countries course of Moholy-Nagy Univesity of Art and Design, Budapest for the Hungarian Jewish Archives took place on Wednesday, June 1st.
1.  Garden of the Torah
Flóra Kocsis (design manager MA1) , Dorottya Tibori (product design BA2) , Barbara Frank (poems)
2.  Rimon puzzle 
Máté Kudar (architect, BA2)
3. Evoking the Past in the Rumbach Synagogue
Ákos Zajzon (metal design BA2) - Levente Hajdú (media design) - Ádám Krasz (media design BA2)
4. Playguide 
Tamás Deme (product design BA3)
5. The Diary of Éva Weinmann 
Emese Orbán (metal design BA2) - Andrea Csuport (graphic design MA2) - Zita Schnabel (media design MA2) - Tamás Tóth (BME - IT)
Docents: Judit Bényei (MOME), Zsófia Ruttkay (MOME), Bertalan Forstner (BME/ AMORG)
Mentors from the museum:  Zsuzsa Toronyi, Vera Dancz, István Darvas, Zsófia Farkas
The course „Museum of the Future in the Visegrad Countries” is supported by VUSG 61200017 grant.
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