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- We codeFuture Internet Lab19-08-2019The interactive map of all buildings in the Netherlands that Bert Spaan made in 2013 continues to inspire people.
- We makeOpen Wetlab16-08-2019You can probably imagine our brain. But never before have there been images available at such a high resolution.
- We learnFuture Heritage Lab14-08-2019Meia went to Paris for the project Mingei to observe the context of co-creation processes.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab09-08-2019There are browsers that handle your privacy better than regular browsers such as those from Google or Microsoft. We mention five.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab02-08-2019Have you always wanted to make your own medieval city map? Now there is a free online tool with which you can!
Next events at the Waag:
- 19SepWe makeOpen Design Lab01-09-2019Fablab Amsterdam is open to the public on Thursday afternoon (12:00-17:00 hrs).
- 19SepWe makeOpen Wetlab26-08-2019On 19 September we organise a second workshop how to ferment your own food, a simple, healthy and energy-efficient technique!
- 24SepWe makeTextileLab08-07-2019Fabricademy is a transdisciplinary course that focuses on new technologies applied to the textile field. Applications are now open.
Recent publications by Waag:
- Waagplanet B26-06-2019The position paper describes points of departure for Waag’s AI Culture lab, marking territories for further research by raising questions, issues and…
- We codeCommons Lab12-06-2019In collaboration with AMS Institute, Waag has made a publication on urban data.
- WaagInterface01-04-2019Twenty-five years since the rise of the internet, we find ourselves again at a crossroads, states our Public Research agenda for 2019.