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Sustainability

Reflection

This selection of projects was all designed with a focus on sustainability, but also has initial overlaps with the topic of society and education. At the moment I'm in my semester abroad and I'm dealing a lot with the topic of behavior change and psychology, which has awakened my interest in the health sector and the change of society. Of course I will not neglect the topic of sustainability in my future projects, but rather this topic has become a basic requirement for me, which should also contribute to other areas as a further factor.

Plantarium

Project 3. Semester with Ligia D., Maximilian B., Noah M.
Wintersemester 2020/2021

Plantarium is a modular hydroponic irrigation system which can be used among others for home growing. In this system you can grow a variety of different fruits, vegetables and herbs by yourself at home any time of the year. Our system is unique because of its modular construction, concept and automation. Planetarium is supported by an app, from which you can get information about the status of individual modules or the whole system, no matter where you are.

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artis

Project 4. Semester with Niko Mang, Noah Mantel
Summersemester 2021/2021

The AR Cloud is, in a nutshell, a digital copy of the real world that is placed as a layer over the real world. A true-to-scale and detailed, millimeter-precise virtual space in real space, so to speak. The term Building Information Modeling (BIM for short) describes a working method for the networked planning, construction and management of buildings and other structures with the aid of software. All relevant building data is digitally modeled, combined and recorded.

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natektiv

Project 4. Semester with Felix Waigner, Christina Dehling and simeon Maisenbacher
Summersemester 2021/2021

With natektiv, we want to bring children and young people closer to nature and their surroundings in an exciting and attractive way, digitally but still without a smartphone.

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Sustainable Nutrition

Project 3. Semester with Tara Monheim, Ligia Dietze, Maximilian Becht, Leopold Schmidt
Wintersemester 2020/2021

Changing people’s eating habits and perspectives is a hard and long process but it is also necessary if we want to continue living on this planet. A change in eating habits will be a triple win: for our bodies, the animals that suffer and for the environment itself - as it is being pushed over its limits already.

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Water Crisis

Project 2. Semester with Tara Monheim
Summersemester 2020/2020

Since 2010, access to clean water is a human right. A total of 2/3 of the earth is covered with water, 3.5 percent of which are freshwater reserves. Accessible for us humans are only 0.7 percent. The assignment: a visualization of the consumption of water in agriculture, households and industries of BRICS countries from the year 1996 to 2015.

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