To share our findings and to place the heritage of the Digital City in perspective we organize four Hacking Heritage Labs. This was the first one.
Suzanne van Lier, teacher at the elementary school de Regenboog in Amsterdam, told us about the experience with Smart Kids Lab in her lessons.
How do you measure your own environment with simple household instruments? Lodewijk Loos went to the Daltonschool Neptunus to make mineral meters.
Ane Baztarrika researched traditional Japanese pigment dyeing, which uses soybeans and earth pigments, at our TextileLab Amsterdam.
Frank Kresin looks ahead to 2017, that brings new challenges and opportunities and a new job for him at the University of Twente, managing the newly founded DesignLab.
Would an art form like opera survive in a VR environment? Pam visited a performance in which VR played a central role, an experience full of primal and opera sounds through VR glasses.
Several smart citizen projects have seen the light in the past years. But we should not forget to present the raw numbers into some kind of advice for the user that he or she can act upon.
How many people will have thrown their old electric toothbrush in the garbage bin, without realizing it contains a rechargeable battery?
At MU gallery in Eindhoven, the 7th edition of the Bio Art & Design Award shows works of the winning teams and several other works of bio art and bio design under the title Fluid Matter.
One of our Textile Academy participants, print and pattern designer Laura Luchtman, made a recap of the second Textile Dialogue: "Working in this industry? On our conditions."
The first meeting of the Open Planbureau was the beginning of a complex but necessary journey.
By making and breaking open up processes, materials, textiles, tools and techniques we explore how we want things to be in the textile and clothing industry.
Greta Castellana set off to design a system to better and pro-actively respond to individual needs of patients for a personalised and integrated healthcare experience.
From a recent Dutch research, it shows that households that have a smart meter installed save less energy then was expected. Not so strange, if you look at the way they are introduced.
How do we build our own personal history and in which way will we be remembered after our death? Two important questions for concept developer and designer Josse Willems.
That plants and flowers have a positive effect on our health is since long a known fact. So why have our health facilities not yet become a green oasis then?