Movement pattern generated by test subjects on one day.

From October 15 to 28, 2022, children visiting the NEMO Science Museum can participate in an actual scientific experiment as part of Science Live. The experiment studies movement patterns and attitudes towards sustainability and is controlled by software developed at the Visualisation Lab of the UvA (Joran Timmerman, Mark Wijzenbroek, Rob Belleman). This is a collaboration between the Computational Science Lab UvA (Rob Belleman, Mike Lees) the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UvA/FMG, Programme group Psychological Methods), the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (UvA/ASCoR) and Wageningen Universiteit (Strategic Communication group) with support from the Institute for Advanced Study (UvA/IAS).