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2015.03.03 | Research news
One peer-reviewed conference papers written Koefoed Hansen was selected to receive a SIGCHI Best of CHI Honorable Mention Award and one peer-reviewed conference paper written by Jörg Müller was selected to receive a SIGHI Best paper award. The papers will be presented at the upcoming CHI15 conference.
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With Aarhus University as principal partner Media Architecture Biennale 2014 has been launched. Big names from both Denmark and abroad gathered to find solutions to some of the challenges ahead.
Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose, Kim Halskov, Janus B Kristensen and Rolf Bagge won the Best Paper Award at the Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces 2014 conference with the article entitled: "BullsEye: High-Precision Fiducial Tracking for Table-based Tangible Interaction”.
Aarhus sets the framework for how cities of the future can be designed, when the international media architecture is holding a 4-days summit meeting - and opens its doors to the public, which can experience suggestions as to how research and architecture make a difference to society in a number of exhibitions.