Project archive

This archive contains all our projects that have been completed, in chronological order. You can filter them on the theme of your choice.

  • We make
    Open Wetlab
    In this project we argued that it not just the behavior of the subject of study, but also that of the researcher is influenced by these glass…
  • We make
    Open Wetlab
    The rapid development of biotechnology, from genetic engineering, genomics, to synthetic biology and systems biology is often compared to the ICT…
  • We make
    Open Wetlab
    This study is investigation into the development of the Do It Yourself Biology (DIYBio) movement in The Netherlands. The report was commissioned by…
  • We care
    Creative Care Lab
    In the project ‘The Art and Science of Dementia Care’ care providers, designers, architects and researchers worked together at the future of people…
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    Maptime was, rather literally, time for mapmaking.
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    In the Code for NL project Waag organised scholarships for developers in government bodies and related organisations to work on practical solutions…
  • We learn
    Creative Learning Lab
    The 'Mood Room' developed by Waag is an interactive installation that was created as part of the Play section of the COMMIT research programme. It…
  • We care
    Creative Care Lab
    Waag developed 'Whiskers': objects that remotely connect people in a playful way.
  • We care
    Creative Care Lab
    Care Model Design for Person Centered ICT-interventions in Home Healthcare.
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    In 2014, Waag made the data in the CitySDK Linked Data API available through the NGSI/Fiware protocols and vice versa.
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    During the first Hack the Brain event in 2014 experts gathered to explore the opportunities of DIY brainhacking.
  • We care
    Creative Care Lab
    Within the Happiness Project we are developing tools to get more grip on our needs to transfer the Design for Happiness theory in a more tangible…