Can you feel it?

Climate change continues to be a pressing issue. However, it seems that traditional ways of communicating climate change fail to communicate the urgency of the issue. This project proposes a different arts-based approach to broaden our perspectives on climate change. This project creates an audio walk in Copenhagen, which addresses climate change through sound, by engaging with found spaces and utilizing speculative design. The project shows how an audio walk can provoke deep emotions and engage the audience in dialogues regarding climate change, and potentially transform their ideas and minds

Recognizing Emotion in Dance

This project aims to examine how a program can detect emotions in a user’s dance
movements, and how this can be utilized in an interactive scenography. The project utilizes machine-learning to predict which emotion is portrayed through the user’s dance moves via a live video-feed. Each classification of the user’s emotion is set to trigger a corresponding graphical animation. The final program manages to create an interactive relation between the user and the scenography’s visual appearance.

Plastik i havene set i virtual reality

This project aims to examine how a virtual reality experience can change people’s understanding of the world in relation to plastic waste in the oceans. We concluded that by aiming this experience at the politicians we will reach the best outcome because they influence the laws, and this will make a broader change. Based on our project we conclude that a virtual reality experience aimed at the politicians is a desirable tool to encourage people to make a difference, and to make them aware of how we are connected to the world through water.

Selvkørende biler

Through this project, artificial intelligence and the communication system Vehicle to Everything will be explained regarding the technology. Furthermore, the project analyses and shows, through the use of qualitative content analysis, how the United States Department of Transportation and the European commission envision the future for automated mobility in the US and in Europe. The project will further conclude how the US jeopardize safety regulations in order to enhance innovation, while the EU provoke careful planning and safety regulations, which slows the innovation process.

Grønt Byområde I Hjertet af København

Aase study, which attempts to create a baseline for the possible renovation of the area on Vesterbrogade, located in between Bernstorffsvej and H.C. Andersens Boulevard. The project is inspired by a vision, developed by Tivoli and Gehl People, whilst the study rests on a foundation of empirical knowledge of the area based on analysis of the area in addition to the involvement of local actors. The project is driven on the basis of a city planning perspective, rooted in Jan Gehl’s Twelve Quality Criteria for Public Space, used to further highlight and define needs and shortcomings for the area.

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