Lund University Humanities Lab 10th anniversary celebrations

Published 24 October 2017
Pictures from the symposium and from the hands on demos

To celebrate its 10th anniversary Lund University Humanities Lab organised an academic symposium with invited speakers exemplifying research conducted in the Lab, and a day of practical demonstrations at the Museum of artistic process and public art. At the practical day, visitors could try eye-tracking to use gaze to play computer games, and track how they look at art; they could try keyboard logging to see how well they write; they could 3D scan a sculpture; and they could visit a villa in Pompeii virtually using head-mounted virtual reality. Both events were well attended.