ARCHES was awarded bronze at the IIID Awards 2020 in the category "Social Affairs". It was also voted "Darling Project" by jury member Kyoko Kaneda.
Impressions of the ARCHES project: At a workshop in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. (c) KHM
Impressions of the ARCHES project: Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" as a tactile relief.
Impressions of the ARCHES project: The interactive multimedia guide extends the experience of the tactile relief of the VRVis through projections and further information.
Impressions of the ARCHES project: The collaborative development work and testing of the interactive multimedia guide.
For more than three decades, the International Institute for Information Design (IIID) has presented the IIID Awards to the world's best works in the field of information design in a total of 15 categories. This year, the Horizon2020 project ARCHES, coordinated by VRVis, was able to convince the jury in the category "Social Affairs" and received a "Bronze Award". In addition, jury member Kyoko Kaneda named ARCHES as "Darling Project".
The award-winning international projects are not only presented to the general public in the "IIIDaward-book" but also in the course of the IIIDaward tour around the world. The tour is planned to start this summer at the Museumsquartier in Vienna.