Chemieraum

tangible chemistry in exhibition space

The bachelor project „Chemieraum“ is a concept for an interactive installation in exhibition space which allows teenagers to experiment within the field of chemistry on a basic level. They can analyse and discover molecules and atoms on an interactive screen guided by haptic and visual feedback.

 

 

 


News:

February 2009 | Tangible and Embedded Interaction 2009 in Cambridge

"Chemieraum" will be exhibited on the Tangible and Embedded Interaction 2009 in Cambridge. This Conference is one of the most important events in the calender of each Interaction Designer. TEI’09 will be held in Cambridge, UK on February 16-18, 2009. More informations here: > Link to Website

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November 2008 | Anual Multimedia Yearbook for Digital Marketing 2009

"Chemieraum" will be entered in the Anual Multimedia Yearbook 2009. More informations about the book here. > Link to Website


November 2008 | Exhibition at the Bayerische Nationalmuseum in Munich

The Chemieraum Project will be exhibited in the Bayerische Nationalmuseum in Munich from 21th of oktober till the 30th of november 2008 with free entry! Further informations about the opening hours you'll get under www.bayerisches-nationalmuseum.de The exhibitions catalogue is available here. Everybody is kindly invited!


October 2008 | Bayerischer Staatspreis für Nachwuchsdesigner

"Chemieraum" received the "Bayerische Staatspreis für Nachwuchsdesigner" Award in the category Communication Design. The Chemieraum Project is exhibited in the Bavarian National Museum til the end of november 2008. > Link to Website


October 2008 | red dot : best of the best

In 2008, red dot: design concept, with a group of jury, awarded Chemieraum - tangible chemistry in exhibition space by Thomas Gläser, Jens Franke, Ron Jagodzinski and Götz Wintergerst from Germany, the red dot: best of the best > Link to Website

September 2008 | Quality Seal of the EUROPRIX Multimedia Awards

“chemieraum - tangible chemistry in exhibition space” is outstanding because 338 entries from 28 countries were evaluated by the jury team of the EUROPRIX Multimedia Awards. Only 56 projects received the quality seal. > List of quality seals