Database of Hopes at Futurium Berlin

The ›Wünschespeicher‹ or ›Database of Hopes‹ is going to open to the public this Thursday, 5h September, from 7pm as part of the permanent exhibition at Futurium Berlin.

The interactive installation featuring four touchscreen terminals and a large scale 4K infinity mirror display allows visitors to enter their wishes about the future. An AI automatically checks for similarities and assigns the wishes to categories.

I took care of the frontend and backend development on behalf of ART+COM, who designed and produced the installation.

Opening:
Futures Festival at Futurium Berlin
5th September 2019
7pm onwards⠀⠀⠀

Travelscope got selected as a Webby Awards Official Honoree

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Travelscope just got selected as an Official Honoree at The 20th Annual Webby Awards in the Web: NetArt category.

Among the 13,000 entries received this year from 65 countries, the Official Honoree distinction is awarded to the top 20% of all work entered that exhibits remarkable achievement.

Travelscope visualises the travel freedom attached to passports and the complex visa regulations across the globe.

Online application:
https://www.markuslerner.com/travelscope/