Hologram, VR, AR, and more – Interactive experiences in a science museum
Otto Banyák (Strategic, SK)
The Energoland exposition at Mochovce (Slovakia) employs a broad range of digital technologies to explain how electrical energy may be produced.  In 33 engaging interactive sections visitor learn “by doing”: one can simulate a variety of physical and chemical phenomena in a virtual environment,  explore in 3D the development of the Earth  since formation of the solar system to the  vision of the near future. Tens of thousands visitors and a number of international awards prove the merit of digital technologies at the exhibition, provided by the company Strategic. 
The talk will introduce a variety of modern technologies to be exploited in museums and exhibitions, with emphasis on using them in harmony with the content and visuals.  Specific solutions and possibilities of virtual and augmented reality will be discussed. 
Strategic is a Bratislava-based company engaged in development and design of nonstandard, original solutions and forms of presentations,  focused on digital interactive media. In 2015 the company received the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Award. 
Date: April 6  Wednesday 17.00
Venue: MOME Room A104 
Language: English
More info:
about Strategic: https://strtgc.at/en/  

about Energoland: https://energoland.seas.sk/energoland-en 

New Exhibition in the Museum of Applied Arts

The exhibition 'Színekre hangolva' opens on Thursday March 31st at 18.00 pm at the Museum of Applied Arts. It will be opened by Emese Révész PhD, docent of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts.The interactive installation 'Színtükör' made by MOME TechLab Fellows matches the colours of the audience with the rich array of colours represented by the exhibits. It reflects on the nature and changes of the visitors' clothing with the tool of data visualization.




Book release

On Thursday, March 24 at 18.00 pm Óbuda University EKIK Digital Culture and Human Technology Knowledge Centre shows its new periodical and volume on the topic of youth. Among others the writing of Judit Bényei, Zsófia Czémán and Zsófia Ruttkay can be read in the volume with the title Design opportunities for saving reading in the digital ageJudit Bényei  and  Zsófia Czémán are presenting their writing on Thursday.

Venue:1032 Budapest Kiscelli utca 78.  Room 215

Date: March 24 18.00 pm

FSZEK - Books Brought To Life
On Thursday, 17 March 2016  Zsófia  Ruttkay is giving a lecture with the title 'Books brought to life  – digital technology 
applications' in the central building of Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library within the framework of the programmes 'Internet 
Fiesta 2016: Common Treasures on the Internet – Public Collections in the Virtual Space' organized between 17-24 March.
Details: itt
More programmes: itt
Address: Central Library - 1088 Budapest, Szabó Ervin tér 1.


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