- 16 JulKas Oosterhuis will lecture at Canadian Centre for Architecture [CCA] in Montreal, Canada
- 08 JulKas Oosterhuis will lecture at ALIVE 2013 event at the ETH Zurich (copy 1)
- 27 AprKas Oosterhuis speaker at Building Dynamics Symposium in Calgary
- 22 AprDr. -Ing. Henriette Bier lectures at the Ethiopian institute of Architecture, Building Construction and City Development
- 05 MarAlireza Mahdizadeh and Dr. Nimish Biloria publish in the International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments
- 22 Feb Hyperbody. First Decade of Interactive Architecture in The Best Dutch Book Designs 2012
- 01 FebThesis defence: "Towards a methodology for complex adaptive interactive architecture"
- 21 NovRob|Arch 2012 - Conference Robot Workshop Rotterdam @ Hyperbody’s robotics lab
- 19 NovArticle "Interactive morphologies" by Nimish Biloria published in Frontiers of Architectural Research
- 19 NovJournal article "Simply complex, toward a new kind of building" by Kas Oosterhuis in FOAR
Hyperbody showcases two interactive installations at IFoT 2016 Grand Finale
From 1 -3 June 2016, Delft will host the International Festival of Technology (IFoT) that features technology, music and art.
At the Grand Finale on June 3 2016, from 16.00 – 00.30 h, the Delft campus will be transformed into a giant stage for mind-blowing technology, awesome music, curious art and a highly varied food court. You will be amazed in every corner of the festival area. Entry is free of charge.
Textrinium will be exhibited in the 'Bazar'. The Bazar is the vibrant heart of the festival. A playground with a variety of colourful projects. Test the latest sports and games, escape from reality in a virtual 3D environment, search for clues and solve puzzles with your friends whilst locked in the escape room.
Robozoo will be exhibited at 'Future Industry'. What will the industry of the future be like? Will you see robots everywhere you go? Help solve a major security issue, visit the factory with futuristic algae, take on heavy duty tasks made easy and be 3D scanned in a flash.