Project Lab (HK7)

project group in lab around table with teacher infront of blackboard, left a cubboard with boxes
The lab is split in two areas by a walkthrough cabinet/shelf. Here a project group discusses in the meeting room area.
work area, with shelves, electronics storage shelves, and electronics working area (soldering iron etc)
The work area for hardware and electronics

This lab room is mostly used by student research projects for meetings and hands-on work, and also by theses students for their building work. We also use it for theses seminars, where all theses students present their state of work. 

2x Re-work Soldering Irons 
diverse electronics and hardware tools
Sewing machine

HCI Lab 2

Another smaller lab space is also located in HK7. It has been used flexibly over the years according to current needs of ongoing projects, both in teaching and research. It has e.g. housed a video recording and editing studio (needing quiet working area), been used for video coding, for user studies and analysis, and for rapid prototyping work. 


This lab space was originally mainly used for research and theses projects. It currently houses the RethiCare project team.

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Interface Development Lab (DBL)

Interface Lab in the DBL

The Interface Development Lab is a central facility for research across the faculty (also accessible to research groups in Arts/Design) and is managed by the HCI chair and group. It supports the design, development and production of innovative physical-digital interfaces and devices. The facilities (3D printing, electronics workshop) allow rapid prototyping of such artefacts at a quality level that allows them to be directly used in research studies or to be deployed.

Faculty members can apply for access to the lab for specific projects. For the terms of use and fees please read the lab rules document on the DBL page. 

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