Lodewijk Loos has been working at Waag for ages. During his studies (Music Technology) he contributed to KeyWorx, a tool for live multimedia performances with a distributed interface, an application ahead of its time. Working on various related projects (e.g. ScratchWorx) he evolved himself into an allround software developer.
Nowadays he focuses on web development (front and backend), iOS (e.g. Hortus Chat, Chasing) and interactive installations (e.g. Smart Kids Lab, SuperHeldenEiland, de Populair).
Lodewijk is a creative developer who likes to follow a pragmatic approach. Not only he thinks about how to make things, but also he is very concerned about what it is that he is making. He is also developer of the iPad game for children called Happy Draw Bug (free).
- We codeSmart Citizens Lab30-04-2021Waag has developed its own open source sound meters for Amsterdam Sounds. In this blog we explain which choices have been made and why.
- We learnFuture Heritage Lab11-03-2021In the Mixed Reality for Heritage project, Waag is researching how to use MR in order to bring demolished buildings back to life.
- We codeSmart Citizens Lab11-12-2018GammaSense develops a citizens measurement network to measure gamma radiation.
- We learnFuture Heritage Lab12-06-2018In the past weeks, we researched how to place virtual objects in real environents by using open-source software.
- We codeCreative Learning Lab18-09-2017Waag came with Amsterdam Smart City during the “Discovery Days” (Ontdekdagen) at the Marineterrein. The day's programme was marked by the themes…
- We learnCreative Learning Lab30-03-2017For our project Smart Kids Lab, I visited the school de Regenboog ('The Rainbow') in Amsterdam (Gein).