On four wheels into the future?

BMW, Supersense and Ars Electronica Futurelab focused on the automobile in the midst of the climate and energy crisis.

"Sustainability begins with the mind"

A new workshop format encourages people to question their own thinking about sustainability and thus initiate change. Let's take a closer look!

K'ARTS Garden: “Our work is fresh and fun”

Ars Electronica accompanied K-ARTS students for one semester. The result were eight artworks that will be shown at the Ars Electronica Festival.

A lot going on in the moss!

The new Home Delivery Workshop for Biodiversity Day is here! Equipped with microscopes and laboratory materials, elementary school children can now also get a virtual taste of the life of a researcher.

"We have to invent the future we want"

Therefore, it needs people who have a feeling for change and recognize contexts, develop new strategies and set the course. And that is precisely where we want to support companies from now on.

We also deliver to schools and companies now

What do we deliver? Ideas and visions of our future. And where do we deliver them? Directly into your living rooms, but also to schools and companies. Here's an overview of our new Ars Electronica Home Delivery offer for you!

SySTEM 2020: The Opportunities of STEM Learning

Where does learning take place if not in the classroom? How inclusive are out-of-school educational opportunities in Europe and what does "STEM" actually stand for? We had two project partners explain the project SySTEM 2020 to us.

How to convert a remote controlled car into a Donkey Car

Ein "Donkey Car" ist ein selbstfahrendes Auto im Miniformat, ein ferngesteuertes Auto, das trainiert wird, um eigenständig einen Parcours bewältigen zu können. Im Rahmen der Themenwochen KI findet der Open Workshop "Donkey Training" statt, bei dem BesucherInnen mithilfe Künstlicher Intelligenz einem Roboauto das autonome Fahren beibringen können. Wir haben eine Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung für euch zusammengestellt, wie das genau funktioniert.

How to compose with MuseNet a piece of music in the style of Mozart

We tried for you how to compose music with the Deep Neural Network "MuseNet" from OpenAI and made a step-by-step guide based on it. If you want to learn more about composing music using AI, you should visit the Open Soundstudio at the Ars Electronica Center and participate in the "MuseNet Special" workshop.

BR41N.IO Hackathon for Creative Minds: The Direct Wire to the Brain

Connecting the human brain with the specially developed controller - from September 7 to 8, this will become reality for several teams at the Ars Electronica Festival 2019 in POSTCITY Linz. Whether controlling drones by thought or mixing the right cocktail by brain activity, you can now get your place for brainstorming and developing software and hardware together in 24 hours!

BR41N.IO Hackathon: Eat, Sleep, Hack, Repeat!

24 hours—that’s all the time allotted to hackers and artists for the completion of their brain-computer interface projects during the BR41N.I0 Hackathon September 8-9, 2018 at the Ars Electronica Festival. To find out what awaits you at this year’s Hackathon set amidst a media art conclave, read on.

This was the CanSat Competition 2017/18

Mini-satellites the size of a coke can, a rocket launch at the Austrian-German border and three teams of students from all over Austria, competing for the title as best CanSat team (and the participation in the European CanSat Competition from June 28, 2018, to July 1, 2018 in the Azores islands) - that's the first Austrian CanSat competition in a nutshell! CanSat is short for satellites (Sat) the size of a coke can (Can). The participating teams only had a few months at their disposal to build their very own mini-satellite, before they would have to show their skills at the big launch at the airfield Schärding-Suben in Austria. On its way back down to Earth, the small devices have to fulfill two seperate missions: Measuring the temperature and air pressure, as well as a secondary mission chosen by the teams themselves. The competition was organized by the European Space Education Research Office (ESERO) Austria, the educational office of the European Space Agency (ESA), which, in Austria, is located at the Ars Electronica Center.

Future Innovators Summit Tokyo: An Interdisciplinary Urban Think Tank

Japanese ad agency Hakuhodo and Ars Electronica invite you to engage in collective brainstorming amidst Japan’s megacity! The Future Innovators Summit Tokyo seeks those tantalized by the idea of being part of a lively interdisciplinary crew confronting the key issues of humankind’s future. The application deadline is February 28, 2018.

BR41N.IO Hackathon: On Your Marks, Get Set, Hack!

This event is the first of its kind at the Ars Electronica Festival—the BR41N.IO Hackathon demands high performance from hackers and designers, who’ll have 24 hours beginning at 11 AM on Friday, September 8th to conjure up projects based on brain-computer interfaces. To find out how this Hackathon will happen, what sort of stuff will come out of it, and who can register, read on.