Paths of augmented reality affect us all

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As ISE researcher Francesco Lapenta states in his forthcoming article, Google Glass and the new SixthSense devices are only two among many emerging wearable, location based, virtualization technologies that embrace the idea of a pending media personification in the illusion of a new unmediated and enlarged digital life.

While supporting the view that these new augmented visualization technologies will indeed acquire increasing social, cultural and market dominance, questions are raised in Francesco’s new book-chapter about an articulated system of political, economic, technological and cultural paths concerning this, and a far reaching historical framework for these is aimed for. Read More

Food and tourism create growth

One of the largest industrial focuses from the Danish government is a number of projects, that aims to create high-tech production of food that is of a consistent quality, environmentally consciously produced, and strengthens animal welfare.


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This focus is a contradiction to the hype about gourmet restaurants like the internationally known Michelin Star restaurant Noma in Copenhagen and the concept of New Nordic Food that points to local food in harmony with nature. Does the one-sided focus on high-tech industrial food production exclude other important possibilities of development in the food sector?

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Open meeting about the publication of Handbook on the Experience Economy


On the occasion of the publication of the Handbook on the Experience Economy, the Innovation in Service and Experience (ISE) research group together with Network for Knowledge based Experience Economy (INVIO) invites everybody interested to an open meeting at Roskilde University. Click here to find the official invitation in Danish: Invitation til udgivelse af Handbook on the Experience Economy-1.

A number of the most prominent and internationally renowned researchers in the field will be giving short speeches of subject in the book. The speakers at the arrangement will be Joseph Pine, Albert Boswijk, Lena Mossberg, Jon Sundbo, Cjristian Jantzen and Jens F. Jensen. Read More

Dynamic capabilities lead to innovation performance – but what about profits?


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ISE researcher Niels Nolsøe Grünbaum together with Marianne Stenger, PhD and associate professor from University of Southern Denmark, published an article called “Dynamic Capabilities: Do They Lead to Innovation Performance and Profitability?” in the current issue of The IUP Journal of Business Strategy.

The article describes a new study that examines the relationship between dynamic capabilities, innovation performance and profitability of small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises operating in volatile environments – an under-researched area in the growing body of literature on dynamic capabilities and innovation management. Read More