The Interaction Design Lab is the research laboratory of the Interface Design programme at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany. The lab is a space for international interaction design experts from industry and academia. It provides an interface between education, research and development, transfer of technology, design and knowledge and provides a space for multi-disciplinary projects.
Our Powerdome system enables us to project real time media and interactive visualizations in a immersive fulldome environment.
Venice Unfolding connects geovisualizations with innovative interaction methods to display projects on architecture on a multitouch tabletop.
01 October 2011 Visiting MIT Senseable City Lab
Till Nagel, research associate at the IDL, is staying with the MIT Senseable City Lab in Cambridge, MA, and Singapore until beginning of 2012 to work on interaction visualizations for the Live Singapore project.
27 May 2011 interACTion NOW!
On May 27 2011, Prof. Boris Müller will present current research activities of the IDL at the conference interACTion NOW in Stuttgart.
12 May 2011 Fulldome Festival Jena
At the Fulldome Festival Jena, we present concepts and designs for the interaction with digital objects in Fulldome environment that were developed as part of the Powerdome project. Presenters are Prof. Klaus Dufke, Prof. Boris Müller and the Students Marcus Paeschke and Dimitar Ruszev.
13 April 2011 IDL at re:publica
“Interagitation – Zur aufklärerischen Wirkung von Datenvisualisierungen” is the topic of the presentation of Till Nagel and Prof. Boris Müller at this year’s re:publica. The presentation will take place on 13 April 2011 at 2:00 pm. UPDATE: the video of the talk is now available.
25 Nov 2010 Consuming Energy
Our newest research project Consuming Energy explores new ways design can contribute to the discussion on generation and consumption of energy. This project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.