The heart piece of the first main exhibition “New Views of Humankind” in 2009 was constituted by four public accessible labs: The BioLab was a wet lab for hands-on experience with state-of-the-art lab equipment amidst cloned plants. The BrainLab made visitors aware of how humans perceive their environment and all that their brain leads them to believe as they do. The FabLab focused on making computer aided design and fabrication accessible for users and spans from interactive installations for intuitive first experiences to custom designed software for easy access to fabrication tools. Finally, the RoboLab, where contributions from the spheres of art, design and research demonstrated how robots and humans already live together and interact.
The term “Robotinity” describes the convergence of “Robotics” and “Humanity” and provided the central theme of RoboLab: Exemplary contributions from the spheres of art, design and research demonstrated how robots and humans already live together and interact in today’s world. Exciting facts hinted at chances and risks of our common future.
Old-fashioned prostheses juxtaposed to state-of-the-art nano-robots patrolling our blood vessels — the RoboLab presented sensational insights into technical and cultural developments that will determine the route along which human beings and machines will boldly go into.
Take a look at some of our other projects
From our never-ending list of ideas and concepts we have compiled a selection of works related to the topics addressed in this project. An overview of all our productions, cooperations and projects can be found in our continuously growing project archive.