A 6,500 m² facility for exhibitions, educational and Research and development activities. This is a view from the top of the Futurelab to the side of the Urfahr Parish Church. By the way, if you would like to see more and larger sizes of these images go to Loftmatic’s flickr page.
As seen from the Ars Electronica Center's rooftop of the Futurelab.
38,500 LED's are built into the Ars Electronica Center's 5,100 m² glass shell. LED animations can be made using Max/MSP, Processing and VVVV in the Futurelab. It is also possible to interact by SMS.
The upper floor of the museum houses eleven rooms covering 1600 m² for the permanent collection and a special large exhibition room of roughly 800 m², along with an art cabinet and a reading room.
The Biolab is open to all visitors but can also provide a close setting for workshops. I have no idea what they were talking about.
The building is designed by Treusch Architecture in Vienna. A view from the Level 2 Gallery to the middle of the main hall.
A large format projection space for interactive, stereoscopic and HD-content. Consisting of 8 full HD Barco Galaxy NH12 projectors, 13 Dell Intel core 2 Quad CPU Q9550 2.83 GHz computers and a 5.1 HSS audio system. It also houses a Gigapixel viewer with a resolution of 2,160 x 3,840 pixels.