Opening of intermedia laboratory Kibla2Lab & presentation of new media project by Wolf Gang

You are kindly invited to the opening and presentation of the research intermedia laboratory KIBLA2LAB, which will take place on Friday, 3 July 2020, at 6 p. m., in the KIBLA PORTAL (Valvasorjeva 40, 2nd floor) in Maribor. 🚀

Valerie Wolf Gang during beta testing of the augmented reality hardware part of the installation, Kibla Portal June 2020

The purpose of KIBLA2LAB, which operates at the crossroads of art, culture, science, technology, and economy, is transdisciplinary education and the creation of interdisciplinary services and products. It presents test and implementation laboratory with modern technology, equipment for 3D scanning of large buildings and urban areas, 3D design, photogrammetry, geolocation VR, AR and MR visualizations (virtual, augmented and mixed reality), volumetric video and film, production of models and 3D objects. It provides space for research and specific education and establishes an incubator for ideas, development, and implementation in the market.The opening of KIBLA2LAB will be accompanied by a presentation of the laboratory, content and technological orientations, demo presentations of pilot projects, interactive simulations in virtual and virtual reality (VR / AR) environments, and a presentation of the project Love Machine by intermedia artist Valerie Wolf Gang. Welcome! 🤖

More info about the project Love Machine by Valerie Wolf Gang: https://www.mcruk.si/en/article/valerie-wolf-gang

The event will be held following the recommendations of the NIJZ (NIPH).˚ ˚ ˚ ˚
KIBLA2LAB is part of the RUK project (2019-2022). RUK is a network of research centers at the intersection of art, science, and technology. In this interdisciplinary triangle, we are developing innovative products and services for the human technology of the future. The investment is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.

Presentation of the beta version of the project Love Machine at Kibla Gallery, February 2020

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