Frank Kolkman investigates our fear and experience of death with his installation 'Outrospectre: Simulating Out-of-Body Experiences' and Jurre got to try it out.
After two Summer Schools at the Waag building in Amsterdam in the past years, a third Summer Academy was organised on location this year.
Dozens of kids explored the Marineterrein in Amsterdam with handmade meters.
Dóra Kerekes, intern at the Future Heritage Lab, is looking at ways to visualize emotions. She wrote down her latest findings.
The second series FabSchool of this year was completely about the wonderful world of biotechnology. What did we do?
We need to move away from some of the Smart City rhetoric that seems to imply that the alternative is a dumb city, says Ivonne Jansen-Dings.
Imagine you would be in need of care at home. Are there objects, tools or devices of in the hospital of which you think: "That might work very nice next to my coffee table at home?"
Many eHealth applications are actually not finding their way into daily practice, because they do not meet the needs of patients and healthcare professionals. What are the conditions to change this?
Waag Society was at SHA2017: the hacker event in the Netherlands. How was it and what were the highlights?
The government is rapidly developing a large number of digital services. We do not want to leave the development of this digital infrastructure to corporate giants like Google and Microsoft.
Maybe we can soon just type the CC licenses as text symbols, thanks to a proposal to add them to the international Unicode set.
The aim of the GammaSense project is to develop an open emergency-infrastructure that can be deployed within minutes, using only your laptop or smartphone and a piece of black tape.
The sharing economy has enormous impact on our cities. To stay resilient we need a paradigm shift, says Marleen Stikker.
Boys' rooms of the early nineties, with the rattling noise of the first digital modems and the smell of sneakers. The project 'Digital City relives' wants to go beyond nostalgia.
Imagine vibrant communities of people, working together in an open, transparent, fair way, building their cities, their living and learning environments together. Imagine a Society 4.0.
The 'Critical Making' project has delivered a position paper as an outcome of three earlier held meetings.