Physical-Digital Affordances Group, University of Regensburg


The Physical-Digital Affordances Group at the University of Regensburg explores how the unique affordances of physical and digital media can be combined to enhance knowledge work and workflows (more about our goals).

The group is associated with the Chair of Media Informatics within the Department of Informatics and Data Science. It is led by Dr. Raphael Wimmer.


2022-04-06: Talk at the 43rd congress of the German Association of Cultural Anthropology and Folklore Studies

In the beginning of April Sarah Thanner together with Libuše Hannah Vepřek gave a talk on the becoming of human-technology relationships (German title: Imaginieren – Intraagieren – Rekonfigurieren: Mensch-Technologie-Relationen im Werden) at the 43rd congress "Time. On the temporality of culture" of the German Association of Cultural Anthropology and Folklore Studies (DGEKW), organised by the Chair of Comparative European Ethnology at the University of Regensburg. (more...)

2022-03-31: VIGITIA meets Degginger 3.0 - Recap

We are looking back on an exciting and insightful week of our pop-up science exhibition at the creative center Degginger. (more...)

2022-03-09: VIGITIA meets Degginger 3.0

The pop-up-science exhibition “VIGITIA meets Degginger” enters its third round. (more...)

2021-11-24: Virtual Networking Meeting Human-Technology Interaction

The VIGITIA project presents its project progress at the networking meeting of the BMBF funding program “Human-Technology Interaction”. (more...)

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