The “Klima-ACT!” project at HAW Hamburg aims to make climate change tangible and actively counteract the consequences. It uses virtual reality to show users the effects of extreme weather events on their personal environment using the example of an allotment garden in Hamburg. Through technically enhanced textiles, users can feel climate change on their own bodies and try to protect the allotment garden together. The experience is part of an exhibition that provides space for discussions about climate change and possible options for action.

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