Coding Da Vinci

Animal Beatbox

By Tina Schneider and Nadja Tata in Lab


While we all try to avoid personal contact and possible infection with the corona virus, digital offers provide an entertaining potential despite all the restrictions of everyday life. Mediasphere For Nature would therefore like to present to you old friends from projects of the past years and thus offer a little bit of nature-related information and entertainment.

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Cutting out snails made easy (part 2)

By Jens Dobberthin in Lab


At Coding da Vinci OST , the SnailSnap -Team won the Best Design Award. Now everyone can turn themselves into snails on the MS Wissenschaft . In the second part we show you how to cut out the snails more easily.

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Go JibJib

A guest contribution By Alexander J. Knipping in Lab


A recent article in iX - Magazin für professionelle Informationstechnik - highlights the DevOps approach for a machine learning project for birdcall recognition.

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Insects to go

A guest contribution By Michael Scheuerl in Lab


Unfortunately, the majority of the approximately 15 million insects from the collection of the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin (MfN) has never been seen by visitors of the exhibition. But this is changing slightly – with the help of a fancy poster!

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Cutting out snails made easy (part 1)

By Jens Dobberthin in Lab


At the last Coding da Vinci hackathon , the SnailSnap team showed you how to get sluggish yourself. In the first part of our series of blog entries on programming we show you how to cut the snails out automatically and then use them creatively.

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Virtual reality experience: the ‘Skelex’ application at the Wikimedia general meeting

By Mediasphere Team in Events


The Wikimedia community was excited about an interactive framework program on 26th May 2018 during their general meeting .

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