We design and implement interactive experiential installations; develop interactive animated web applications and video games and organize cultural events. With all our projects we put great emphasis on the aesthetic aspect and technical precision.
A game jam is a gathering of game developers for the purpose of planning, designing, and creating one or more games within a short span of time.
Goethe-Institut Bratislava approached us with a request to make an event as a side program of Spieltrieb – a traveling German exhibition. Our answer was Spiel-Institut, a video games exhibition, where we also introduced our own game - Freude Quest!
Production of job fair stall and design and implementation of interactive recruiting application.
Custom software that allows you "weave" 3D scans obtained from RGBD sensors using textile design patterns. Project was presented by projecting on cloth that reacted on touch. Created in collaboration with Zuzana Zmateková.
Monthly art/science/technology talks by the best and hardest working professionals in this young, but fast growing interdisciplinary field.
Website that sheds light on what is known about the impact of computer games on kids. We help parents avoid prejudices, educate them and recommend good games for their children. Because it is important.
Workshops led by experienced human resource specialists to encourage students to find a good job.
A very cool way of sharing joy from playing a video game. We make strangers play games together. Competitively. Next to each other.
Co-production of Czech and Slovak Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Common Ground, 2012
Studying Theatre management at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava and using as many opportunities as possible for travel and informal education even during her school years (8 months EVS in Macedonia, one year on high school in San Diego and 4 months on Erasmus in Finland), Lubica gained experience in various fields such as event production and dramaturgy, creative writing and PR. Loving art and technology and the new options that the combination of these two worlds brings, she started digging into this field in 2010 and never stopped.
Programmer who studied Cognitive science at the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics at Comenius University Bratislava and University of Vienna. He has keen interest in artificial intelligence, natural interfaces, multi-agent modeling and computer vision. True believer in interdisciplinarity and avid seeker of news from the world of programming languages. He uses his technical skills to create captivating online and offline experience.
We also have part-time team members. Our on-site production beast Hana Kopkášová and our photographer Radovan Dranga.