Category: News

  • Virtual Nature at Kent State University, Ohio, USA

    As a follow-up on the 2021 Intelligent Human Computer Interaction (IHCI) conference at Kent State University (KSU), Ohio, BMS LAB and KSU started a collaboration. The Blank Lab at KSU’s Design Innovation Hub, an immersive projection cave accommodating up to 80 people, was used to present the virtual nature composer tool from BMS Lab. The […]

  • BMS Lab has acquired Testable software

    Testable (read more) is a software suite used for creating, managing and distributing surveys. It is similar to questionnaire programs like Qualtrics in that respect, but specializes in standardized tests for psychology. Moreover, Testable offers the ability to send surveys to a curated panel. The BMS Lab has recently acquired a license for this software […]

  • Major TIIM updates in summer 2022

    Major TIIM updates in summer 2022

    In the upcoming summer the TIIM app and BMS Dashboard receive 2 major updates. This article will explain what is happening, what the impact on your work might be during the update process and what you can expect when working with TIIM after the updates have been implemented. Moreover, this page will be updated as […]

  • The BMS Lab visits Franeker science festival

    The BMS Lab visits Franeker science festival

    On the 6th of May, the BMS Lab will visit Franeker for “Expeditie Next”. This is the national science festival for children and is meant to give let them playfully and through practical experiences gain familiarity with the scientific process. The BMS Lab will be there to help children become familiar with the social sciences […]

  • Behind the Scenes: BMS Lab at Dutch Design Week

    Between October 16 and October 24th, 2021, the public had the opportunity to learn more about our work and view several of projects at our exhibition at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. The BMS Lab played host to various projects from around the University of Twente for Dutch Design Week. For the event, we built […]

  • BMS Lab at Dutch Design Week

    In the heart of Eindhoven, each October, the Dutch Design Week (DDW) takes place. Counting over 350,000 visitors, at approximately 100 locations across Eindhoven, DDW is the largest design event in Northern Europe (DDW, 2021). This year the BMS Lab, together with DesignLab, will have the honour to be part of Dutch Design Week. The […]

  • New Research at the BMS Lab- Personalized museum tours may be possible!

    With the world slowly opening up, museums are expecting their first visitors and attempting to make their visits worth remembering. Recently, Leon Groothaar researched how museums improve the visitors’ experience with the use of gaze data and micro-narratives.  The experiment To answer the question, Leon thought of a system that can measure the gaze of […]

  • Hololens at the BMS Lab

    The BMS Lab has recently acquired a new piece of equipment – the HoloLens. The new mixed reality device allows the users to touch, grasp and move holograms just like regular objects. Additionally, it can be used to display real-time data. Moreover, it does not require external components or wires, making it a comfortable piece […]

  • Update to our terms and conditions for development projects

    A big part of the work of the BMS lab is to support projects that have some kind of software development needs. These needs come in many shapes and sizes, ranging from relatively simple connectors between webservices and research software to major additions or changes to tools like TIIM. They usually result in a dedicated […]

  • Circular economy transition minor – Interdisciplinary project

    Circular economy transition minor is a new faculty-wide, interdisciplinary project lead by dr. Yazan, in which the BMS Lab collaborates with representatives of other departments. The aim of the project is to blend the insights from different backgrounds and work towards creating decisions with the goal of improving the environmental impact. The BMS Lab works […]