Site Visit at CAVI
CAVI was established in 2001 as an interdisciplinary research center at Aarhus University, Denmark. CAVI’s original researchers primarily had a background in interaction design, but in 2013 a core group of Aarhus University’s digital aesthetics researchers joined CAVI.
In several of our projects, we’ve worked closely with external partners, for instance, schools, architects, technology providers, and other businesses. In the area of cultural computing, we have worked with independent artists as well as cultural institutions, such as libraries and museums. Collaborating closely with external partners pushes us to take context seriously, and to make full-scale installations, which may be deployed in the real world.
We carry out research through design, making practical design experiments aimed at gaining insight into interaction design – design process, as well as interface and use. Our interaction design researchers have a background in participatory design, which explains our concern with the contexts for which we design. A strong interest in exploring the design of engaging experiences is a persistent thread throughout our research portfolio.
Visiting CAVI, you will get an insight into a series of our projects that we have on display in our building. You will see our lab facilities and several interactive installations will be presented, explained and demonstrated. Projection mapping, Interactiontables and media facades will be on display.
8200 Aarhus N
10:00 – 11:00 (max. 15 people per tour)
11:00 - 12:00 (max. 15 people per tour)
As the number of seats is limited sign up is following “first come, first served” principle. To ensure your personal seat it is important that you sign up directly at the front desk and get your participation confirmed
Time and Meeting point for departure: 9.00 am (for the 10.00 am visit) and
10.00 am (for the 11.00 am visit) at the Musikhuset front door