The Long Night Of Science of 2024 saw the participation of our Interactive Media Lab both in the APB building in front of the Alte Mensa’s entrance.

At the APB building, our lab hosted a wide variety of demos. We showed CleAR Sight, demonstrating the possibilities of transparent displays in Augmented Reality environments, and the Virtual Reality-assisted Endomersion demo from our work in CeTI. We also showed PEARL, an Augmented Reality application for analysis of human movement. On our display wall, we presented our research on information visualization using multiple coordinated views on large displays. Lastly, our work on visualization of computational models was at display with our Evonne and PMC-VIS demos.
The travelling exhibition Bakteriopolis, part of the DFG-funded special priority program (SPP 2389) “Emergent Functions of Bacterial Multicellularity”, was stationed in front of the Alte Mensa, showing our collaboration with the Chair of General Microbiology for education related to the fascinating world of bacteria.

More information about these projects can be found on the links below.

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