Playware videos

  

Playware Moto Tiles. Video made in cooperation with Gentofte municipality. Studies show that older adults throw away their canes and rollators after playing with the Moto tiles developed at DTU Center for Playware in cooperation with Entertainment Robotics. August, 2016

 

  

Rune Fogh, Ph.D. student demonstrates Playte, a tangible user interface for human-robot interaction, 25th of June, 2014

 

Professor Henrik Hautop Lund giving a talk at Copenhagen Play Festival w00t 25th of May, 2013

 

Playware at Science and Cocktails at Christiania, Denmark for a talk on Playware plus demonstration, 10th of November, 2013

 

Talk given by Steve Cousins, President and CEO of Willow Robotics, Menlo Park, California, on "Trends in Personal Robotics" at the Center for Playware, DTU, 18th of November, 2011

Willow Garage is a robotics research lab and technology incubator devoted to developing hardware and open source software for personal robotics applications.  Willow Garage is known for its Open Source Robotics and Cloud Robotics together with Google. Prior to joining Willow Garage, Steve was the senior manager of the User-Focused Systems Research Group at the IBM Almaden Research Center, one of the top human-computer interaction research groups in the world. Earlier, Steve managed the Advanced Systems Development Laboratory at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)

 

Documentary - With Robots in Mind

n 2010, Robert Fox from Fox Media and DTU Professor Henrik Hautop Lund from the Center for Playware travelled to Japan to make a documentary - "With Robots in Mind"

This documentary was aired on DR2, 29th of May, 2010. 

Click here to see an intro. to the documentary and other associated Playware clips (see video extras)

Click here to read an IMDB description of the documentary

 

Playware summit brainstorming session during the 2010 Playware Conference - The brainstorming session consisted of 10-15 top professors in playware and human-robot interaction including Sankai, Ishiguro, Breazeal, Fukuda, Shibata, Dautenhahn, Marti, Wada, Pares, Pagliarini, Hautop Lund. The professors gathered to set a new research agenda for future research and development in playware.

 

Presentation of BeatBlocks at Japan Robot Festival 2009, Toyama, Japan - The concept and music is made by Niels Kristian Bærendsen & Kasper Falkenberg (showing it on stage) in coorporation with Carsten Jessen. The hardware/technology (iBlocks) are made by Jacob Nielsen. With BeatBlocks you build your own music collages using technologic modules that will react to each other as well as their own orientation. Each BeatBlock has a colour which represents an instrument or instrument group - i.e. red means drums/rhythms, and each side on that cube activates a specific variation of the drum section in the music. The grey BeatBlock is a master, and has to be present in any structure you build in order for any audible music to be produced. 

 

Funkstar De Luxe plays RoboMusic with BeatBlocks

 

BeatBlocks demonstration, Roskilde Festival 2010 in collaboration with Danmarks RockMuseum

 

BeatBlock Battle - LOC battles Simon Kvamm at Denmarks Rockmuseum in Roskilde.

 

Rock Me Exhibition at Roskilde Festival 2009 - L.O.C. plays Nephew (with Simon Kvamm) with the RoboMusic BeatBlocks from Center for Playware, DTU/DPU, at the opening of the Rock Me exhibition, Roskilde Festival 2009. More info: www.danmarksrockmuseum.dk and www.playware.dk. The beat blocks are an example of i-Blocks developed at Center for Playware. Each block is an instrument, and different rotations give different expressions of the instrument.

 

From the Amfiscene at Brandts Klædefabrik, Beatblocks concert, April, 2010 - This concert was arranged in cooperation with Denmars Rockmuseum and Odense Music Library and was a part of the exhibit ROCK ME.

 

Playware RoboSoccer and modular playware presentation at CSIR, Pretoria, during the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa. The modular playware in the form of modular interactive tiles allows people anywhere to play the football game and get points, competing in the RoboSoccer World Cup tournament against players in Europe and Asia. The game is played on modular interactive tiles and developed together with Laudrup and Høgh.

 

RoboSoccer set up, South Africa, 2010 - Playware RoboSoccer set up in the village Phokeng near Rustenburg and the Royal Bafokeng Stadium before the Denmark-Japan match during the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa. At Lucky's Bar, the fans play the football game and get points, competing in real time with fans in Tokyo (at the Royal Danish Embassy, Shibuya). The score is uploaded to the internet, and the Danish fans in South Africa compete against the Japanese fans in Tokyo just before the World Cup match. The RoboSoccer World Cup tournament takes place during the FIFA World Cup 2010 in Europe and Asia. The game is played on modular interactive tiles together with Laudrup and Høgh.

 

Playware RoboSoccer in the market and minibus station in Randburg, Johannesburg, during the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa - The people of the market play the football game and get points, competing in the RoboSoccer World Cup tournament against players in Europe and Asia.  The game is played on modular interactive ties and developed together with Laudrup and Høgh.

 

Playware RoboSoccer in Township Atteridgeville, South Africa, 2010

 

Playware RoboSoccer in the streets of Jabavu, Soweto and in a Soweto park, during the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (during the FIFA World Cup match South Africa-France). The children in the township play the football game and get points, competing in the RoboSoccer World Cup tournament against players in Europe and Asia. The game is played on modular interactive tiles and is developed together with Laudrup and Høgh.

 

The playware RoboSoccer from the Refilwe orphanage in South Africa during the FIFA World Cup 2010 - RoboSoccer is developed with modular interactive tiles and taken around to orphanages, townships, markets, etc. to allow anyone to join the football World Cup.

 

Laudrup og Høgh testig electronic football wall - See DTU-robot-researchers interactive football game in ation at last years finale in Michael Laudrup and Lars Høghs street football tournament on city square (Rådhuspladsen), Copenhagen (11th June 2010)

 

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20 NOVEMBER 2017