Last week our second advisory board meeting took place at the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences on Monday. The key topic of the meeting was to discuss the progress and future developments of the application phase.
Participants at the second advisory board meeting – from left to right: Florian Taurer (St. Pölten UAS), Niklas Thür (St. Pölten UAS), Martin Schaich (Arctron 3D GmbH), Stefanie Größbacher (St. Pölten UAS), Martin Kaltenbrunner (University of Art and Design Linz), Matthias Beeilt (Österreichisches Museum für Volkskunde, Magdalena Boucher (St. Pölten UAS), Markus Seidl (St. Pölten UAS), Perihan Rashed (St. Pölten UAS), Erich Schmid (Austrian Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland), Wolfgang Aigner (St. Pölten UAS), Andrea Schönhofer (St. Pölten UAS), Martin Haltrich (Klosterneuburg Monastery), accompanying person, Gottfried Gusenbauer (Karikaturmuseum Krems), Sabine Hubner (St. Pölten UAS), Kerstin Blumenstein (St. Pölten UAS), Peter Judmaier (St. Pölten UAS), Kathrin Kratzer (Landessammlungen Niederösterreich, Danube University Krems), Ursula Emesz (Technisches Museum Wien), Walter Szevera (Technisches Museum Wien), Emanuel Angel (THISPLAY), Raphael Schneeberger (NOUS Digital), Georg Lendlmaier (Museum Niederösterreich), not presented in the picture: photographer Christoph Taucher (St. Pölten UAS).
Project leader Markus Seidl welcomed all participants and reported about the development of the project. Especially, the technical concept and setup was presented. Afterwards, participants who joined the advisory board meeting for the first time introduced themselves.
After a break, we startet with the design thinking workshop. Goal was to generate as many ideas as possible based on our technical setting. We conducted two rounds with create, pitch and critique sessions.