Interactive technologies for a City Museum
Building a City Museum means creating a space in which visitors meet, learn, and connect with the city historical and cultural heritage. Interactive technologies play a major role in creating a bound, between the artifacts and the people, including children and younger generations, by enhancing the emotional and information level of the experience, as well as its memorability. RE:Lab has applied its multidisciplinary competences, working with the Museum curatorial team, in designing such a user experience, as well as in developing 10 different interactive technologies. Have a look at how they work in this short video!
Pediatric cardiac arrest (PCA), although rare, is associated with high mortality. Deviations from international management guidelines are frequent and associated with poorer outcomes. Different strategies/devices have been developed to improve the management of cardiac arrest, including cognitive aids.
Math&Sport – Football Virtual Coach
RE:Lab took part in designing the Virtual Coach app around the needs and requirements of professional match analysts. Based on insights from user research, RE:Lab developed the application that taps Math&Sport’s real time algortihms in support of match analysis.
Leonardo – ERA Project AutoTaxi HMI
RE:Lab joined Leonardo in designing and developing the Human-Machine Interface for an AutoTaxi System to be integrated in Remotely Piloted Aircrafts (RPAS). This activity was carried out within the framework of ERA (Enhanced RPAS Automation) Project, promoted by European Defence Agency and imed at standardising a set of key technical enablers for the operation of both civil and military RPAS in Europe.
Evoca – Maestro Touch and MyGUI
RE:Lab supported EVOCA in conceiving and developing the Graphic User Interface of its flagship Maestro Touch vending machine. Alternative strategies for product selection were devised to engage the consumer throughout the interaction with the machine, from selection to wating time. Experience can be customized further through MyGUI, a tool that allows service providers to personalize contents and graphics of the GUI.