Imagine a future where everything you do is filed and catalogued by wearing a high-tech data suit outfitted with sensors measuring bodily functions such heart rate, respiration and sweat secretion. Welcome to MeMachine, a technological and artistic project, headed by documentary filmmaker Monique Nolte, that aims to fuel the discussion about current privacy issues by presenting an extreme vision of the future.
A 'technical' event will be held on 27 May 2013 aimed at technical studies students and their prospective careers.
A murder scene can only be investigated once: right after the act. Then everything is cleared up and no further research is possible.
With the announcement of Google Glass augmented reality eye-wear (or head mounted displays as they were called before) suddenly became a hot topic. With the announcement of Google Glass augmented reality eye-wear (or head mounted displays as they were called before) suddenly became a hot topic. Since Delft University of Technology has been developing augmented reality headsets for a long time together with the AR Lab (TU Delft is actually one of the pioneers in this field), we are following Google's developments with high interest.
Pieter Jonker, Vision-based Robotics professor at TU Delft presents a new invention: a pair of glasses that allows us to see more than before.
As final event of a tour through the AR landscape of the Netherlands, the latest AR glasses -which are developed in the framework of CSI-The Hague- will be presented for a privileged group.
1300 visitors! On Saturday October 8 2011, the spectecular ScienceCentre NEMO in Amsterdam was the heart of the second edition of "Night of the Nerds".
On Wednesday the 25th and Thursday the 26th of May, the Mikrocentrum held the tenth edition of the Vision & Robotics Conference at the Koningshof Conference Centre in Veldhoven.
The Hague Communications Day 2011. Haagse Communicatie Dag 2011. Most of the day was in Dutch, except for the 2 key note speakers, one from UK and one from USA, both a.o. on social media.
In the Cool Industry class of the postgraduate course Industrial Design, with teachers Alfred van Elk and Niels Mulder, new concepts and products were developed for AR Glasses / Goggles. If possible, one of these AR glasses (eyewear) will be prototyped and used for real mobile AR. We will add a computer – as small as possible – and one or two cameras and we will use markerless AR. It will probably only function indoors for now; due to the effect the changing weather conditions have on the light intensity.