TIII Event: June 24th 2013

The TIII-team at Howest | Industrial Design Center, organizes its first Tangible, intuitive, interactive interface (TIII) event on June 24th, 2013 during “Week van het Ontwerpen”.

What to expect?

  • Hands-on workshops
  • State of the art interfaces
  • Interactive demo’s
  • Interesting people

We find it very important for our user group to come together and talk about the future interfaces in an interdisciplinary team. By offering them a networking platform, we try to stimulate our partners to cooperate with each other and throw together their expertise to create new and wonderful things.

This event will offer our user group the latest insights in the world of TIII. During the workshops, participants will get the opportunity to actively learn more about the TIII philosophy. During the demo’s participants will get the chance to see and ask questions about TIII created by students and companies.

TIII Expo

During the rest of the “Week van het Ontwerpen” a temporary TIII-exhibition will be accessible for visitors. Prototypes developed by students and products produced by our user group will be exposed. You can expect to see robots, mechatronic prototypes, wearable sensors and much more.

Topics

  •  Wearable sensors
  • Tangible Interface Design
  • Gestural Interface Design
  • Playing and prototyping with electronics
  • User Experience Design
  • Mechatronics
  • And many more…

Register as demonstrator

Target group

  • Industrial Designers
  • Product developers
  • R&D managers
  • Company management
  • Production
  • Animation & entertainment
  • Artists
  • Architects
  • Model makers
  • Companies lacking experience in prototyping/specific techniques
  • Companies with investment plans (software/hardware)
  • Educational institutes

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CENTER

Howest Industrial Design Center

Industrial Design Center is an open and experimental knowledge platform between the industry and the industrial design study program of Howest (University College of West Flanders).

Industrial Design Center supports a multidisciplinary collaboration among students, lecturers, researchers and companies.