Final online presentations of the Seestadt student projects

We cordially invite you to the final presentations of our student projects from two TU Wien courses related to the Seestadt. In the winter semester that is coming to an end, 10 projects for aspern Seestadt were developed by Master’s students. Starting with an idea, the projects were refined over the course of the semester using innovative design methods and the results can now be presented in an online event as part of our “Uni in der Seestadt” format. View all or just selected presentations – come along, click the zoom link, join the discussion! The students and we welcome direct feedback from Seestadt residents, which is extremely valuable for the further development of the solutions.

As the Master’s programme at TU Wien is international, some presentations will be held in English.


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Time and duration:

26.01.2022, 17:30 to approx. 20:30 (see programme below)

It is also possible to join or leave the meeting spontaneously (e.g. if you want to hear the presentation of only a certain group).


17:30 – 17:35 Welcome
17:35 – 17:50 Project: Booth of Menace

Development of a “booth” accessible to all in public spaces that interactively informs about the challenges of climate change.

Information & Education
17:50 – 18:05 Project: Showcase of the Future

A shop window that uses augmented reality to show possible changes to our living space based on our actions (or inactions) regarding climate change.

Augmented Reality
18:05 – 18:20 Project: Unfolding Spaces

Augmented Reality application for publicly accessible furniture that allows citizens to easily shape public space virtually.

Augmented Reality
18:20 – 18:35 Project: ARobot

Interactive robots for public spaces, whose mood is influenced by the mobility behaviour of the inhabitants.

Augmented Reality
18:35 – 18:50 Project: SeestadtVision

Within the framework of the project, an AR application for smartphones was designed and implemented, which enables the co-design and adaptation of public space as well as the visualisation of information in Seestadt.

Augmented Reality
18:50 – 19:00 Break
19:00 – 19:15 Project: Seestadt Scavenger Hunt

A smart scavenger hunt through Seestadt that enables children to learn about sustainability and climate change in a playful way.

Children & Playful Learning
19:15 – 19:30 Project: Sensor-based outdoor game

An outdoor game for children that uses modern sensors to motivate children to exercise more in their free time.

Children & Playful Learning
19:30 – 19:45 Project: Urban well-being

Temporary use of parking spaces on a specific thematic focus with digital support.

Driving & Parking
19:45 – 20:00 Project: Smooth Move

Smart solutions and information signs to adapt parking fees to the current air quality.

Driving & Parking
20:00 – 20:15 Project: Home Appliances Sharing Machine

The project enables shared use and exchange of household appliances that are not needed on a daily basis.

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Photo (above): © Caroline Altrichter, Dominik Eitler, Max Irendorfer, Leonie Widmann

Photo article image: © Matthias Vigele, Eleonora Zodo, Mateusz Brzozowski, Tugyan Ertürk