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    Mario Doulis preparing his career as professional sculptor for minecraft - using New Media student Vlad Sycev's "VR-Stonemason".


    For the second time, Akademie Schloss Solitude has awarded Schlosspost web residencies. The call on the topic »Re-entering the Ultimate Display« for virtual reality projects of all kinds was curated by professor of new media Mario Doulis , who was also in charge of selecting the web residents.


    Our Pathway completed the research on user interfaces for mediaglobe. Mario Doulis, Jörg Frohnmayer, Stephan Schröter and Joscha Jäger developed different scenarios for the mediaglobe research project.


    One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age is a research blog started by Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied in January 2011. The idea is to collect, comprehend and document artifacts of amateur web found in and through the Geocities Torrent.


    Dragan Espenschied, author of the the most bitter article of our times — “Put yer fonts in a Pipe and Smoke em !!” (The Digital Folklore Reader,) talks at TypoBerlin today.


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    If you are n Berlin don’t miss The Drop Shadow Talks at Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule.
    The event is organized by Johannes p Osterhoff. He writes:


    10 yers ago Merz Akademie students Dragan Espenschied and Alvar Freude created the Assoziations-Blaster.


    There is a multitude of hard- and software development and a growing “community” in the domain of multi-touch interfaces. But are there really new application areas or will the new technology vanish into thin air after the euphoria of the useres and developers ebbs away?


    On the 1st of July 2009 students of the Security by Obscurity project guided by Olia Lialina, presented their work.


    New Media teacher Dragan Espenschied collects some of his design insights in his blog To all the ravers in the internet. It is written in German language and read by students.


    Former NM student Dennis Knopf now works at Rhizome, the foundation dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.


    Summer semester projects’08 for the students of the 3rd-7th semester are:


    In the beginning of December, the 1st semester students of Merz Akademie got introduced to new media and their challenges. One of them is computational design. For four days students were left alone with code and Arne Michael.


    The 1st semester in New Media (2nd semester of studies) is the time when students come up with their first web project. After HTML, CSS, PHP training with Dragan Espenschied, Action Script classes given by Alexander Götz and an Interface seminar by Johannes Osterhoff, students are free to develop their own ideas. Then they make it happen with help of designer, programmer and musician Dragan Espenschied.


    There are 2 projects announced for the Winter semester 2007/2008: