Martin Tomitsch's Research Area


Martin Tomitsch's Academic Profile


Associate Professor Martin Tomitsch

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Design Lab, at Sydney School of Architecture, Design & Planning

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Interaction Design, User experience, media architecture, interactive technologies, artificial intelligence (AI), media facades, Agent-based design, AI in design, Artificial life, Building information modeling (BIM), Computational design modeling, Creative design systems, Curious agents, Emergence in design, Evolutionary design, Games design, Generative design systems, Mass customization, Multi-agent systems (MAS), Parametric modeling, Computational Design, Design Studies, Design cognition, Design discovery, Gestalt theory in design, Productive thinking in designing, Electronic Art and Design, Augmented reality performance, Cyborg culture, Dance and technology, Data art, Electronic art, Electronic body art, Embodiment in digital culture, Gestural interaction, Information graphics, Interactive design, Interactive performance, Locative media art and performance, Sensor-based art, Visual design, Wearable computing, Agent-based visualization, Ambient display, Information aesthetics, Information visualization, Persuasive computing, Physical computing, Computer-supported collaborative work, Interactive installation art, Interactive video, Interface culture, Locative media art, Mobile art, Performative geography, Sensor-based interaction, Tangible user interfaces, Pervasive and Physical Computing, Mobile computing, Pervasive computing, Sensate environments, Sensor-based design, navigation aid, GPS system, GPS systems, Virtual Environments and Virtual Reality, Augmented reality, Augment reality performance, Augmented virtuality, Computer-supported collaborative design, Design Thinking, installation art, new media, visual culture, Virtual Environments, Virtual Reality

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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2578