Ars Electronica
 

TeleGarden

Across vast distances, a flowerbed is tended by a globally dispersed community of gardeners. They plant and water their seedlings by manipulating a robot arm via the Word Wide Web.
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CENTER-ARTISTS
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John Gerrard

The Ars Electronica Futurelab’s 2004 Siemens Artist-in-Residence has been working in the field of Virtual and Augmented Reality. His works are now on display in numerous exhibitions in Europe and America.
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CENTER-
INSTALLATIONS
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Future Office Project

The office of the future utilizes the latest technologies to enhance communication and productivity. An intelligent environment interlinks network participants and provides interfaces for all co-workers, no matter where they’re physically situated.
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Casey Reas

During his student days at MIT, Casey Reas was a member of John Maeda’s Aesthetics and Computation Group. He currently works with abstract kinetic systems in several different media and teaches in Europe, Asia and the US.
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Get in Touch


The Get in Touch exhibition showcased human-machine interfaces. The installations were designed to enable visitors to sensorially experience digital information.
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