Institutional presentation / Mixed Reality and Visualization – Designing Multisensual Experiences Using the Whole Body
- Abstract: MIREVI is an acronym for Mixed Reality and Visualization and describes the main areas of our interdisciplinary research team. As part of the University of Applied Sciences in Düsseldorf, Germany, we focus on human-computer interaction to improve various parts of life. With members of our “Kunst und Kultur Brigade” (art and culture brigade) we specifically look at collaborations with artists and cultural institutions and work on very different levels in the context of dance, performance, digital media and participation.
- Biography: Christian Geiger leads MIREVI Lab, which researches in the field of VR/AR/MR and Human-Technology Interaction, Robotics, Digital Health and Intelligent Systems. One focus of the work is on motion-based interfaces and the use of digital technologies in art and cultural contexts. In particular, non-technical aspects of user experience and social and ethical implications are considered.
Performance artist and choreographer Charlotte Triebus researches with her ensemble New Human Body Society and MIREVI (Mixed Reality & Visualization, www.mirevi.de), University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf at the interface between dance, art and technology. She combines artistic practice and theoretical research, specifically asking about the acting body, agency and queer identity relations.
Ivana Družetić-Vogel is part of the MIREVI team at the University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf since 2018 where she manages several projects at the intersection of art, culture and Mixed Reality technologies. She graduated in Cultural Studies (BA) and holds an MA in Cultural Anthropology and Museum Studies.
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