InteractiveSpaces is an interdisciplinary research center bringing together architecture, engineering, and computer science with the research mission to create new concepts for future interactive spaces. InteractiveSpaces.net also bring together companies and public researchers in a R&D activities leading to new products and services for specific domains.The research activities focus on six themes which may be applicable to one or more of the application domain projects undertaken in the center. The application domains to be studied include schools, libraries, museums, homes and specific workplaces.10_1.jpg

InteractiveSpaces is an IT research center, and it includes competences within a number of IT research areas such as augmented reality, virtual reality, hypermedia, human-computer interaction, context-awareness, tracking, mobile computing, etc.

InteractiveSpaces apply a variety of Particiaptory Design methods in order to involve prospective users and partners in the design of new interactive environments. Participatory design helps to create more relevant solutions for users and it reduces the number of early design mistakes through working with concretized design visions such as video-prototypes, mock-ups, prototypes and scenarios.

InteractiveSpaces.net is the Web-site for the ISIS Katrinebjerg branch which was coined Center for Interactive Rooms, Buildings and Cities in Danish. We will use InteractiveSpaces as the short name for the center.


Center Manager
Kaj Grønbæk, Professor,
Department of Computer Science,
University of Aarhus,
Åbogade 34, DK-8200 Århus N.
Phone: +45 8942 5636
Email: kgronbak@interactivespaces.net

Susanne Brøndberg,
Alexandra Institute Ltd.
Åbogade 34, DK-8200 Århus N.
Phone: +45 8942 5758
Email: sbr@alexandra.dk


Feb 13th, 2014
Digital Urban Regenerationl creates life and unity
Your new and cost effective entry into an attractive urban space. Many cities have in recent years managed to create unique and exciting urban spaces ... Learn more >>

Jan 7th, 2014
Kaj Grønbæk is representative of one of three innovative archetypes
Professor Kaj Grønbæk has been chosen as one of three innovative archetypes in Denmark by the think tank Mandag Morgen. Learn more >>

Jul 29th, 2013
New crowd-sensing technology maps our activities
The Ubiquitouous Computing and Interaction research group at Department of Computer Science is working on developing the technology and software based... Learn more >>

Jun 30th, 2013
EcoSense partner meeting
On May 16th the EcoSense project had a meeting for the Danish partner companies in EcoSense with focus on how the... Learn more >>

Nov 22nd, 2012
Smart City ideas presented to Minister
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