Alle Artikel der Kategorie ‘2017

Screen Operations. Conditions of Screen-based Interaction

International conference Screen Operations. Conditions of Screen-based Interaction 13.–14.7.2016, Cluster of Excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, with Kathrin Friedrich. Contemporary imaging, sensor and display technologies have turned viewing predominantly into using. Interacting with visual devices and interfaces such as virtual reality headsets, augmented reality apps or navigation systems situate users in space both within […]

Transparent Displays in Warfare

Im Gegensatz zu opaken Bildflächen verändert sich das Gezeigte bei transparenten Bildern in Abhängigkeit vom Standpunkt des Betrachters. Auf diesem Darstellungsprinzip basieren vor allem bildschirmbasierte Praktiken, die Formen der Beobachtung auch jenseits eines genuin Bildlichen integrieren. Dazu gehören insbesondere sogenannte Head-Mounted Displays, etwa Smartglasses wie Microsofts Hololens, aber auch Helmet Displays von Kampfpiloten oder Kontaktlinsendisplays. […]

Drone Research Network

Together with Nina Franz, Ulrike Franke, Arthur Michel and Dan Gettinger I co-founded the Drone Research Network in 2016. The [Drone Research Network] is an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas and projects relating to the study of drones. An international community of experts, the Network facilitates communication and collaboration among drone researchers. The […]

Iconic Knowledge – How Images Govern Our Actions

Iconic knowledge was an interdisciplinary teaching module on medical imaging that I co-developed and taught at Charité University Hospital from 2016–2018 Team: Thomas Picht (Charité Universitätsmedizin), Kathrin Friedrich (Universität Potsdam), Matthias Bruhn (HfG Karlsruhe), Kirsten Ostherr (Rice University), Rebekka Lauer, Anna Roethe (Humboldt Universität) My part of the course focused on experimental imaging technology in […]

Visions of the Internet

Visions of the Internet is a fun-project that collects artefacts of our imagination of the „world wide web“. By assembling different types of visualizations the study tries to track back how pictures have significantly shaped the notion of how and what we think the internet is (and was). The terms that are used to describe […]