Salzburg Festival and Ars Electronica Futurelab invite you to experience Max Reinhardt’s famous „Faust“ in a new way, using VR.
How to connect humans and avatars in hybrid spaces? The Ars Electronica Futurelab will find out, as part of “Sharespace”.
Immerse yourself in Anton Bruckner’s world of music and thought – with unique experiences at the Ars Electronica Center for the 2024 celebration year.
Humans, robots, mixed reality and the future of work: the Ars Electronica Futurelab as part of the CoBot Studio research project.
We experiment, develop and tell stories with technology. The first part of Ars Electronica’s 2022 Year in Review shows how.
How to bring truth to the center of collective perception? Artistic Journalism and Dataspace as ways out of the vacuum of real information.
What does this war mean for each of us? A visualization of facts and figures explains the consequences of an invasion.
At the Ars Electronica Center’s VRLab, it was possible to immerse yourself in virtual worlds and superimpose data on our reality.
The bachelor’s program “Time-based and Interactive Media Arts” at the Linz University of the Arts lets young artists develop their own interactive program for Deep Space 8K.
A fascinating journey through the human body turns anatomy data into an immersive 3D experience in Ars Electronica Center.
Once in a lifetime, travel through space and see the earth from above. Seeing the human body from the inside for once and being present during a heart operation. Or once having the opportunity to look at Klimt’s “The Kiss” as close as if you were part of the painting.
Explore the space with the new version of “Uniview”, the amazing virtual planetarium program of Ars Electronica Center’s Deep Space 8K.
With “Virtual Anatomy” in Deep Space EVOLUTION you can now experience the fascination of the human body even more impressively!
With a virtual piano concert in 3D, the new program in Deep Space 8K shows how humans and AI make music together.
Impermanent Paintings in Deep Space 8K: Immerse yourself in audiovisual paintings created in collaboration with generative algorithms.
On April 28, 2022, Gustav Klimt’s images of women will be in the spotlight. In this article, Franz Smola and Rebecca Merlic give you an insight into the topic of images of women.
What lifestyle changes are you willing to make to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions? Challenge your choices!
With the CAVE, the Ars Electronica Futurelab laid the foundation for this experiential environment in the 1990s. “Deep Space EVOLUTION” is Ars Electronica’s next chapter when it comes to immersive visual worlds.
“Action!” The Ars Electronica Futurelab’s team shares its insights on the new video production system Deep Virtual.
Camera rolling! Ars Electronica Futurelab’s Deep Virtual video production system merges physical and virtual reality to live-stream VR from Deep Space 8K.
Whether Christmas hurry or Advent lockdown, we have a suitable program for a contemplative pre-Christmas time: The Virtual Crib from St. Mary’s Cathedral in Linz.
Howering just a few meters above the lobby of the Ars Electronica Center, an installation called Humphrey promised a very special kind of experience which was connceted to a deeply human desire.
On its anniversary on September 9, the Ars Electronica Futurelab celebrated the lab’s visionaries. With talks and discussions, guided tours and performances – and lots of new ideas for the future.
What the medical studies of the future look like? Find out with “Virtual Anatomy” at the new JKU medSPACE, developed by the Ars Electronica Futurelab: high-resolution anatomy in 3D, where you can zoom and rotate down to the smallest blood vessel.
Innovative concepts for hybrid environments
When humans and robots work side by side, it’s not always easy.
In a virtual world, we can simulate truths that would be unimaginable in real life, explore incredible activities, and collaborate with others in a way that goes beyond physical interaction.
Travel restrictions raise new challenges for cross-boundary artistic/scientific research. Residencies at the Ars Electronica Futurelab remain a source of mutual inspiration.