About Interactive Media.

… and what moves the world.


When talking about ubiquitous media, articles of daily use provided with the newest technology are always in talk. Either Google Glass which was first introduced in April 2012 or  the rumors about Apple’s iWatch: Wearable Computing seems to be a new trend in the mobile industry. Smartwatches will be also an interesting topic at the next […]

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Ever wanted to have your own personalized helicoopter, which can get you a coffee? Or wanted to take pictures out of the air to spy out your neighbors? With the Hex Mini, the Kickstarter Project is not far away from this dream. Quadrocopter Hex Mini Hex Mini is a helicopter which can be controlled with […]

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Business care about Social Media. If they don’t, they risk to loose customers. In a research, we found out that “89 percent of consumers began to do business with a competitor following a poor customer experience”(1). What companies do today already is listen to their customer feedback at social networks (hopefully the right ones). But […]

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Since the release of the Samsung S4 and the newest interactive device for gesture recognition –the Leap Motion– is the question entitled: Is the future of interaction really gesture control? After watching “Minority Report” in which Tom Cruise interacts in the first scenes with his futuristic computer via gestures, year by year the technology had developed […]

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Before reading the article I want you to think about your last museum visit. What was the exhibition about? What did you like about it? And how did you conserve your experience afterwards? In our third semester at the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, our team of four students developed a concept of an interactive […]

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