Digital Media Lab

Digital Media Lab

Prof. Dr. Rainer Malaka

Office: MZH 6490
Phone: +49 421 218-64401
Fax: +49 421 218-64409
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Administration: MZH 6500/6510

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Iddo Wald, ©Gabriel Baharlia

Welcome to Iddo Wald as a new colleague in our working group

Since April Iddo Wald works as a doctoral student at the Digital Media Lab. He is a multidisciplinary researcher, designer and engineer. In the past he worked as an Electrical Engineer for Intel, completed his MA/MSc in Innovation Design Engineering from the Royal College of Art and Imperial College…


TZI's CEO Prof. Rainer Malaka explains the Muhai Project to University of Bremen’s Chancellor Frauke Meyer

KI Innovation made in Bremen

Beginning of April, the I2B event "TZI Roadshow: AI Innovation made in Bremen" took place in the TAB building of the University of Bremen, where examples of work created at TZI were presented.

As a member of the TZI, we from the Digital Media Lab presented eight projects: With applications such as…


Members ot the IFIP Board at the meeting in Toronto, Canada

Rainer Malaka attended the IFIP Board Meeting in Toronto, Canada

Rainer Malaka attended the IFIP Board Meeting in Toronto, Canada from march 25th to 27th. The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) is a global organization in Information and Communications Technologies and Sciences and is recognized by the United Nations and other world…


 Michael Bonfert's PHD Defense

PHD Defense of Michael Bonfert

On April 12th, Michael Bonfert successfully defended his dissertation. In his thesis "Unraveling the fidelity of virtual reality interactions: effects of realism in object manipulation and embodiment" https://doi.org/10.26092/elib/2939, Michael deals with immersive experiences created with…


The Organizers of the GGJ 2024, © I.Laumann

Global Game Jam 2024

This year's Global Game Jam (GGJ) took place from January 26-28, 2024. The event is comparable to a hackathon, where people come together in different locations for 48 hours to develop games on a central theme. It is organized worldwide in physical and virtual locations in over a hundred countries…


 Georg Volkmar; ©Rainer Malaka

PHD Defense of Georg Volkmar

In January 2024, Georg Volkmar held the successful defense of his PHD thesis "Empowering novices through playful self-expression - the role of creativity and video games in the context of virtual reality exposure therapy".

Serious games have long been studied in HCI for their potential to support…


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