This was to be achieved by carrying out 13 small-scale pilot projects, i.e. experiments that demonstrate new collaboration models between universities, companies, the public sector and other organizations.
The publication consists of articles written by authors who participated in the MEDAIA project. It introduces background studies conducted for the project and experiments that were carried out by following agile methodologies. It also sheds light on new media technologies – virtual and extended reality – that became important application fields of the innovation activities.
MEDAIA project was coordinated by Tampere University of Applied Sciences and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in partnership with Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company. MEDAIA was granted by the Finnish national Six City Strategy program and funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Leena Mäkelä (ed.)
TAMK University of Applied Sciences
Series B. Reports 91.