No robots where harmed in the making of this exhibit.
Quick maintenance work at KUKA Robotics.
pick & play is the way
new tools for the electronics workshop
Always try yourself and always have the opportunity to try out new ways for the same problems.
Welcome on board to Dávid D. Mórász!
This is what he looks like when he is veeery excited, receiving one of the precious quads for his extensive vvvv contributions at “NODE Forum for Digital Arts” last summer.
HyperMOODbox Opening at Frankfurt Main Station
HyperMOODbox, an audiovisual installation by Marc Behrens, Annesley Black and Julia Mihály is opening tonight at 7 PM. We were happy to help a bit doing electronics engineering & custom hardware interface production. The project is on sight until February, 15th.
We're looking back at exciting times developing "Who wants to be a Self-Driving car", a data trust exercise, immersive media experience, interactive prototype and unconventional driving machine that lets you see the world through the eyes of an autonomous car.
Sometimes it’s digital, sometimes its analogue, sometimes it’s just cuddles. But it’s always tlc.
Happy new year!
We‘d like to thank all our clients, friends and partners for making 2017 a success and we‘re grateful you joined us on our journey. To another year full of surprises, lessons and challenges - stay curious and ready to accomplish great things!
Here is a snap from this year's christmas party, where Mathias gave a first sneak peek into our new website.
Silver medal at the 2017 DDC Awards for KUKA Brand Experience!
Thanks to tisch13 Gmbh for getting us on board – and big ups to all project partners: kling klang klong, Metron Eging, ExpoTec and of course KUKA Robotics.
Of course technology is driving us. However, it is more about transformation, although it is not always clear which part we must transform. Sometimes we have to transform ourselves, sometimes the initial idea.
The kids are happy...
... because our PCB milling machine is spitting out some fresh boards!
Who wants to be a Self-Driving car? on Creative Applications
We're looking back at exciting times developing “Who wants to be a Self-Driving car”, a data trust exercise, immersive media experience, interactive prototype and unconventional driving machine that lets you see the world through the eyes of an autonomous car.