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Curious about co-design for the cultural heritage setting? Read the new meSch project newsletter for interesting insights!


An article titled "Audio-based narratives for the trenches of World War I: Intertwining stories, places and interaction for an evocative experience" by researchers working on the meSch project has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.


On October 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 meSch researchers will be at the Museo della Guerra in Rovereto to conduct a visitor survey. We are looking for people who would like to participate in the survey and get free entrance to the Museum and a small present!


The i3 research unit participates to the deploy and evaluation of interactive technologies developed within the meSch European project at the "Artiglierie" of Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra in Rovereto.


i3 will take part in the European Week of Dyslexia (5-11 October), a week of events promoted by the University of Trento to raise awareness on dyslexia.


i3 participates at the Trento edition of the European Researchers' Night 2015 - a sensational night!


The first meSch enhanced exhibition is a fact! Read more in the newly issued meSch project newsletter!


The meSch project has been mentioned in the influential NMC Horizon Report > 2015 Museum Edition.

The project (call H2020-ICT-22b. Develop novel multi-modal, adaptive interfaces, including Brain Computer Interfaces, assisting people with disabilities) aims at exploiting the recently matured biologically-inspired technique of event-driven compressive sensing (EDC) of audio-visual information, to implement touch-less device control/interaction based on gesture and vision-assisted speech recognition.