After several skype sessions in the last 6 month we finally managed to meet in Vienna and discuss our research agenda. The project investigates the notion of spatial temporality. It proposes a new vocabulary, a tool for communicating spatial values and dynamics beyond the notions of public and private.
https://www.facebook.com/events/162017194504025/ "VR’s attribute of “tricking” our brain and making our mind and body behave as if what we’re seeing is real has proven to be an effective tool for the mental health industry. VR is allowing mental health professionals to assess, understand, and treat many conditions, such as PTSD, anxiety disorders, and phobia (just to name a few!), also making psychological treatment accessible, adaptable, and affordable for a lot more people.
https://www.meetup.com/newtech-42/events/kcdqbpyxfbkb/ - RingAir - Understand and Monitor Your City's Environmental Quality
With the use of trendy portable devices (smart bells), we collect data on air quality real time, store BigData on BlockChain and stream it for the public, enacting the citizens' right for clean air and contributing to the Smart City environment.
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https://www.facebook.com/events/287367775128449/ with Markus Innauer (Innauer Matt Architekten)
Quirin Krumbholz (Madame Architects)
Christoph Monschein (O.H.A Studio)
Peter Pichler (Peter Pichler Architecture)
Andres Schenker (Schenker Salvi Weber Architekten)
The fifth cluster will introduce “recent” graduates who only in a short period of time were able to establish themselves successfully as a practice. They have contributed with built work to our environment and cu
https://www.facebook.com/events/210994876143959/ SUPER INTERESTING LECTURES ON THE 7TH: discussions about the message of the medium when it comes to virtual reality. notes: -Where is my body? -Is it architecture? -Concept of infinity -where is the copyright of the architect? drawing vs construction Lecture 01: By Constantinos Miltiadis -Margaret Wertheim -Bernhard Riemann -videogames are sold more than movies -Henry Jenkins - Game design as narrative architecture -there are t