We conducted our third advisory board meeting last week. Based on the motto “same procedure every meeting”, we met at the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences on Monday. This time, we wanted to create concrete ideas on real data and exhibition objects.
Project leader Markus Seidl welcomed all participants and reported about the development of the project. A focus was on demo applications and the presentation of the implementation of interactive Abrogans at Admin Monastery.
Afterwards Perihan Rashed, student of the master class Interface Design & Engineering, presented the results of the research about an augmented reality installation in NHM (Natural History Museum of Vienna) which was developed in the master class Interface Design & Engineering closely linked to the MEETeUX project.
During breaks, participants tested a prototype of a table application of Babenberger Stammbaum developed by students of the EPS group as well as the interactive Abrogans application (follow-up project with the Admont Monastery).
After a break, we startet with the design thinking workshop on concrete data. Goal was to create concrete installation ideas based on our technical setting for the Babenberger Stammbaum an the Frueauf Tafeln (legend of the veil). We conducted two rounds with create, pitch and critique sessions.