What can AI teach us about ourselves and our communities? This essay by Tom Demeyer explores the cultural potential of AI.
The Chamber of Commons made its first appearance at the Embassy of Health of the Dutch Design Week 2019. Read here about the exploration of new forms…
Smart Citizens Lab
How can you measure radioactive radiation? In a project by RIVM, Wise and Waag, citizens can use their own sensors to measure gamma radiation in…
Waag celebrates the 25th anniversary and to celebrate we are highlighting different themes in our work in the video series 25 years of impact.
HafenCity University’s CityScienceLab in Hamburg invited Waag's Meia Wippoo to host a workshop ‘Data without digitality’ during the CityScienceSummit…
Future Internet Lab
Through the cameras of the municipality of Amsterdam, intended to keep polluting cars out of the city, the police watched whether criminals also…
Waag's TextileLab showcased different open source, collaborative research projects during DDW for everyone to learn about textile innovation.
Waag is a regular guest at the annual Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. You can find us at different locations between 19-27 October.
Future Heritage Lab
In Mingei 9 European partners collaborate to digitise and unlock the (in)tangible aspect of crafts. Read here a blogpost of the fieldtrip to Chios.
Research director Chris Julien gave a talk about planet B and the future relationship of humanity with nature at ITGWO.
Maker Education Lab
On Thursday September 12th, the sixth location of Maakplaats 021 opened its doors at OBA Javaplein.
How can citizens really use the city in imaginative ways? In the third Common play with us event, we aimed to discover the potential of urban games…