How can we harness the potential of new technologies like augmented reality as designers to address challenges like climate change or the COVID-19 pandemic?
We are in the middle of a transformation process from closed and two-dimensional interfaces to spatial applications. Augmented reality anchors the virtual in our real world and allows us to interact with digital information in an environment we are used to. In order to actively shape this transformation as designers, we explored methods for prototyping spatial interfaces and applied them to several exciting use cases.
As this was my first full-semester course as a tutor, it was very exciting to gain teaching experience and work with a team of highly motivated students. Many thanks to my Co-Totor Valerie Garci-Crespo Lopez!
The course took part in the university-wide climate-focused semester. More Info here: Prototyping Reality Course @ Klimaschau
These projects were created within the course:
Lele Schlaich and Nina Zeisler
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Tim Hönig and Marcus Schindler
TindAR - a Dating-Dystopia
Celia Staffa, Stefanie-Jane Apitz and Lena Hoffmann
AR Speech - Learn languages playfully
Anastasia Jerdeva, Leon Wolff and Vanessa Schmitt
ARC – Public construction projects
Jocelyn Neumann, Jannis Hektor and Kenny Löffler
Berlin X Music X AR
Benjamin Kaczynski and Pascal Schwientek
FemaleHealth — Future Women’s Healthcare
Here you will find more information about the projects: https://fhp.incom.org/workspace/8800/projects
Stefanie-Jane Apitz, Jannis Hektor, Lena Hoffmann, Maryna Honcharenko, Tim Hönig, Anastasia Jerdeva, Benjamin Kaczynski, Kenny Löffler, Jocelyn Neumann, Marcus Schindler, Lele Schlaich, Vanessa Schmitt, Pascal Schwientek, Celia Staffa, Leon Wolff, Nina Zeisler