PhD student and researcher in residence
Researcher and PhD student at the Media Technology research group and researcher in residence at the AR Lab (based at the KABK Royal Academy of Arts, Den Haag).
Hanna Schraffenberger was born 1983 in Stuttgart (Germany) and has lived in the Netherlands since 2008. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Audiovisual Media from Stuttgart Media University (HdM) and has obtained her Media Technology MSc degree at Leiden University in 2011.
Since 2011 Hanna works as a researcher and PhD student in the Media Technology research group. Her research themes include interaction in interactive art and (non-visual) augmented reality. In the course of her research, she works towards models describing the interaction between audience and artwork. As part of the cooperation with the AR Lab and TU Delft, she researches visualization, interaction and perception in augmented reality. She is editor of the periodical called “AR[t]” in which researchers of Leiden University, KABK and TU Delft share their interest in augmented reality, discuss its applications in the arts and provide insight into the underlying technology. Within the Media Technology MSc program, Hanna teaches the programming environment Max/MSP as part of the course Introduction to Programming.
More about Hanna on www.creativecode.org.