Media Creation Research Group
The group carries out interdisciplinary audio-visual research on user-oriented media environments and examines multiple aspects of production processes on a wide range of media, including film, television, internet and mobile. The group’s scope extends to an active exploration of multi-channel experiences and narratives for exhibitions, museums as well as events in public spaces and is actively working on adaptable concepts for distribution, archiving and commercial exploitation of digital contents.
Media Computing Research Group
The group performs basic and applied research on the design, development and evaluation of interactive multimedia systems and investigates the consequences of their use. The main research topics are human computer interaction, game design, information visualization, visual analytics, auditory display, multimedia signal processing, computer vision and multimedia retrieval.
Digital Technologies Research Group
The group focuses on applied research topics in the areas of human computer interaction (HCI) with special competences in the field of ‘sensing and feedback’, interactive environments & workflows and technology assessment & evaluation. Moreover, the group specializes in rapid prototyping of hardware and software for a range of different real-world application scenarios.