1. Reiter: Building on the modernist art movement called “DER BLAUE REITER” (THE BLUE HORSERIDER), this idea proposes using art to promote social interaction. Virtual, expressive art installations transform their surroundings into an inspiring, active canvas.
2. Skyface: At its core, Skyface is a large-scale art installation reminding residents daily of LabCampus’ role in connecting people around innovation. Using the sky as inspiration to pay tribute to the unique LabCampus airport location, Skyface aims to create a spatial experience by pooling and visualizing large data sets.
3. Soundflux: Soundflux brings environmental elements, human interaction and space together in singing unison and helps counteract the at times hectic and busy atmosphere surrounding an airport. Sensors harvests sound and in turn use water features to transform that sound into soothing white noise.
4. LabMUC: A portable, digital networking platform that helps connect LabCampus residents and companies not only with each other, but with LabCampus itself.
5. SensHack Garden: This idea envisions community gardening on campus as a platform: bringing technology, people, plants, environment, and experience together in one glorious mix.
More details about the project and each individual idea can be found here:
Reflecting on these five exciting concepts and the IU forum at Expo Real, one thing becomes quite clear: Building a smart city from the ground up is not only about technology and exciting new gadgets - it’s about truly creative ideas that will ultimately help create a smart, interconnected and human-centric community.
 Founder Smart Village München
 Head of Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- & Kreativwirtschaft at LH München
 City of Utrecht Head of Urban Strategy
 Barcelona Regional