Articles with the tag 'iLab.o'

Digitalization has more potential than changing from analog to digital projectors. The way of doing business hasn’t changed over the last 50 years and there is still a lot of potential in changing the experience of a visit to the cinema. This is what makes the Ghent Film Festival a great platform for our Living Labs methodology. Read more...

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 2013 has brought another very inspiring edition of the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) Summer School, this time in Manchester (UK). Read more...

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Listen and read the music with iLab.o

Written by iMinds on Friday 05 April 2013

Last saturday our iLab.o team performed yet another succesful field trial @ Piano’s Maene in Ruiselede. They were supporting the project MuFoLiVe (Music Following for Live Venues) that combines music, intelligent audio processing technology and digital scores in a live audience setting. Read more...

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iMove turns off the light

Written by Koen Vervoort on Wednesday 03 April 2013

When iLab.o was asked to support a project on electric vehicles in Limburg in mid 2011, I knew little about cars and even less about electricity. Just finding the wiper fluid reservoir was challenging for me. Yet iMove turned out to be one of the best projects I was able to supervise in the past two years as an iLab.o coordinator.  Read more...

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Parents wanted, to play a city game

Written by iMinds on Friday 01 February 2013

iLab.o is looking for some hip & happening parents to give their honest opinion on this concept. What would you think about exploring a new city with your smartphone playing a game with the whole family? How would you go about it? This is a family friendly game, so kids are very welcome as well. Read more...

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Could you make it 24 hours without social media?

Written by iMinds on Thursday 06 December 2012

The latest version of Digimeter, a research initiative by iMinds-iLab.o, reveals that 57% of social media users would not make it through one day without social media. This, and other peculiar numbers on digital Flanders, in the following blog and the Digimeter report. Read more...

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Start-up of image databases in cities

Written by iMinds on Friday 21 September 2012

Today, a press conference took place on the Kortrijk Budascoop premises regarding the start-up of image databases in cities. In the meantime, the cities of Kortrijk, Ghent, Mechelen and Bruges are convinced about the usefulness of the image database, so in the coming weeks and months they intend to get started on the image database application. Read more...

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Participate in the Digimeter survey and WIN!

Written by iMinds on Wednesday 29 August 2012

Do you ever ask yourself what % of Flemish people nowadays have more than 1 mobile? Or whether you are really the only living being on earth that can live without an iPad or home theater? Or whether there are actually people who don’t use social network sites in the digital era?  Well, even scientists have these questions, and YOU can help them!  Read more...

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Innovation is the way of life

Written by Koen Vervoort on Wednesday 29 August 2012

Koen Vervoort, Responsible for the Panel Management of IBBT's iLab.o took part in the ENoLL Summer School in Helsinki. He's eager to share his experiences with us. Read more...

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The homo digitalis lives in Flanders

Written by iMinds on Thursday 21 June 2012

The Flemish are increasingly using digital equipment. The fourth wave of Digimeter shows that 75% of the population has digital TV. Ten percent of the people have more than one mobile phone and the majority have multiple types of computers. Read more...

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