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Galileo paper accepted at Pervasive Galileo paper accepted at Pervasive
The paper: Kjærgaard, M.B., Blunck, H., Godsk, T., Toftkjær, T., Christensen, D.L., Grønbæk, K. 2010, "Indoor Positioning Using GPS Revisited", has been accepted for the Eight International Conference on Pervasive Computing. [more]
Jan 11th, 2010, 11:30

Bright Green succes - Nu også på VTU Bright Green succes - Nu også på VTU
I weekenden bidrog Alexandra i samarbejde med CISS, CSI og en lang række private firmaer med en stor udstilling på Bright Green Expo i Forum i København i anledning af COP15, se www.swkorridor.dk/en/the_energy_aware_house. [more]
Dec 16th, 2009, 16:12

Galileo Platform project featured in DR2 Viden Om Galileo Platform project featured in DR2 Viden Om
November 10, the research activities from the Galileo Platform project were featured in the DR2 Viden Om broadcast about the "GPS Revolution". The Viden Om broadcast can be found on dr.dk/videnom. The main focus of the clip was on our research into indoor positioning and in particular the FireSafe system being developed in collaboration with Systematic. The Galileo Platform project is supported by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation and it is managed by the Alexandra Institute. [more]
Nov 10th, 2009, 22:36

RETHINK – Contemporary Art & Climate Change RETHINK – Contemporary Art & Climate Change
RETHINK - Contemporary Art & Climate Change is an art exhibition that thematises climate changes through 26 art works created by Nordic and international contemporary artists working in the intersection of arts, climate changes and culture. The Alexandra Institute Ltd. has been the initiator of the exhibition which opened October 29th at Moesgård Museum in Århus, and on October 30th in Copenhagen at the National Gallery of Denmark, Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art and Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center. [more]
Nov 9th, 2009, 14:00

BannerBattle explained on P4 radio BannerBattle explained on P4 radio
Martin Ludvigsen was interviewed for P4/østjylland about the BannerBattle prototype. It was installed for a couple of Superliga matches at Aarhus Stadium where AGF - the local football team - played against Esbjerg and Brøndby. The interview is a very short explanation of the BannerBattle prototype (in Danish) and a discussion about how we added an extra layer to the spectator experience and the potentials for installing BannerBattle nationwide. Hear the clip here, see the clip here - and on facebook here (thanks to Mikkel Skovsgaard, host of Hedeslag P4, for the clip) [more]
Jul 3rd, 2009, 09:02

Participation in VTU GreenIT Delegation in Shanghai Participation in VTU GreenIT Delegation in Shanghai
In the period June 7th to June 13th, Kaj Grønbæk and Marianne Graves Petersen participate in a delegation sent to Shanghai, China, by Danish Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation’s. The purpose of the delegation is to start export and exchange of knowledge on Green IT between China and Denmark. [more]
Jun 10th, 2009, 02:38

iSport Interactive BannerBattle Test iSport Interactive BannerBattle Test
Sunday May 24, the iSport Interactive BannerBattle was succesfully tested for the second time at the Århus Stadium, where the local team AGF won 1-0 against Brøndby IF. The iSport Interactive BannerBattle measures spectator activity from the different fan groups and creates the possibility for the fan groups to have a friendly battle with each others from their chairs based on their noise activity, singing and waving of flags. See the pictures.The first test was at the previous home match were AGF won over Esbjerg.The story from the Esbjerg-match was posted on the fan-news on AGF's homepage and both Brøndby's and AGF's fans were looking forward to the match outside the match againt the AGF fans. [more]
May 24th, 2009, 23:03

Marianne Graves Petersen nominated for the Pasteur Award Marianne Graves Petersen nominated for the Pasteur Award
Marianne Graves Petersen, who is the project manager for the Mobile Home Center Project supported by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation, was nominated by the foundation for the Pasteur Award. There were three nominees and the winner was announced October 30th 2008 to be Arnd Baurichter from Danfysik A/S. [more]
Oct 29th, 2008, 22:29

Interactive Spaces receive Best Paper Award at ACM MM 2008 Interactive Spaces receive Best Paper Award at ACM MM 2008
At October 29, the paper entitled "Interactive Spatial Multimedia for Communication of Art in the Physical Museum Space" by Karen Johanne Kortbek and Kaj Grønbæk, received the best paper award in the Interactive Arts Track at the ACM Multimedia Conference 2008. [more]
Oct 29th, 2008, 22:00

Smart Space conference Smart Space conference
The Alexandra Institute, Center for Interactive Spaces is co-hosting a conference on Smart Spaces December 11th. To read more. [more]
Oct 26th, 2008, 13:45

Marianne Graves Petersen is giving the Closing Keynote at NordiCHI2008 Marianne Graves Petersen is giving the Closing Keynote at NordiCHI2008
Wednesday 22nd, Marianne Graves Petersen is giving the Closing Keynote at NordiCHI2008, Lund Sweden. The talk is entitled "Future Homes - and why we want to live there". [more]
Oct 21st, 2008, 13:06

Interactive Spaces Contribute to the Aarhus Festival Interactive Spaces Contribute to the Aarhus Festival
Center for Interactive Spaces together with the Alexandra Institute contribute with two things at the Aarhus Festival: The Worlds biggest sofa has been made interactive with sensors and an interactive soundscape. The interactive soundscape is created by two free-lance audio designers Jonas Breum Jensen and Marie Højlund. The poster and places in the city are "tagged" with semacodes, to be used with the TagBlogger application made for mobile phones. See pictures of the Sofa and get more information at www.aarhusfestuge.com. [more]
Aug 26th, 2008, 08:48

6th Danish HCI Research Symposium 6th Danish HCI Research Symposium
The Center for Interactive Spaces co-hosted this year's Danish HCI Research Symposium, the 6th of its kind. Keynote speakers were Mark Gross from Carnegie Mellon University and Rickard Falkvinge from the Swedish (political) Pirate Party. The proceedings are available online. [more]
Nov 11th, 2006, 09:35

IT-Camp for girls IT-Camp for girls
The IT-Camp for girls took place from October 16-18. The IT-Camp was an attempt to promote computer science and IT related education to young girls. 28 girls (aged 13-21) from around the country participated in the three-day camp. [more]
Oct 23rd, 2006, 14:15

Ph.d. Student visits Georgia Tech for six months Ph.d. Student visits Georgia Tech for six months
Ph.D. student Bent Guldbjerg Christensen has just returned to InteractiveSpaces from his six months stay at Georgia Tech visiting Blair MacIntyre's research group Augmented Environments Lab and Alexandra Mazalek's Synaesthetic Media Lab both at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia. [more]
Sep 13th, 2006, 15:33

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