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Stella Camp in AIRLab!
November 11 @ 08:00 - November 12 @ 17:00
On November 11th and 12th, AIRLab was the center of Stella Camp, where curious teens aged 13-17 took the chance to participate a variety of engaging workshops. Enchanting sounds of nature, the magic of creative AI, and the art of music all in one vibrant space!
Imagining green futures using Generative AI: Digital artist Andreas Refsgaard taught us the secrets of generative AI. Using image generation to imagine a future wherein humans and nature took better care of each other, we learned how to harness the ever-growing power of generative AI – a tool that’s clearly both fun and powerful for playful minds of all ages.
Creating Beats from Nature’s Symphony with Katrine Villadsen: Katrine Villadsen guided us on turning everyday sounds into our own musical beats. Taking a stroll around the university, we captured the small yet wonderful sounds of nature, resulting in a collaborative musical piece crafted together with the participants.
Crafting Electromagnetic Microphones with Nicole Cecile Bitch: Nicole Cecile Bitch introduced us to the world of crafting electromagnetic microphones – nifty devices that transform invisible magnetic fields into audible wonders. It was like discovering a new way of hearing the world. The participants got to bring home their creations, which they can plug into any device they want to
The grand finale: a plant concert led by artist Bo Thorning and our talented participants. Parents and curious onlookers got a front-row seat to witness a concert wherein the participants played on plants connected to capacative sensors. These were connected to a modular synth and electronic drums, and ended up sounding better than anyone could have imagined!
Looking back on this wonderful weekend, we’re hope to be a part of future Stella Workshops! It’s always an honor to inspire the youth to explore technology in creative ways.