Get ready for the largest Northern European music festival with the official app and prepare yourself for eight spectacular days of music, arts, events and partying with your friends.
Check out the line-up for Roskilde Festival 2015, listen to the artists and choose your favourites to create your own personal schedule and share it with your friends.
Use our recommender to explore new exciting music at Roskilde Festival and check out different Roskilde Festival playlists in the app.
See you at Roskilde Festival 2015, 27 June – 4 July.
The band details are at this moment only available in Danish. This is not the official Roskilde Festival app.
This product uses a SPOTIFY API but is not endorsed, certified or otherwise approved in any way by Spotify. Spotify is the registered trade mark of the Spotify Group.
In 2013 we have handed out 1000 smartphones to our students (http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0095978) to find out how they form networks of friendships (http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0100915), how they move in public space (http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2641283), as well as how ideas and illnesses spread among them.
Sometimes seemingly innocent data can reveal a great deal about you. This app is just one example of this: the WiFi routers your phone sees during normal operation can be mapped to physical locations with great precision, and out of thousands that you see every day, just a few are necessary to reconstruct most of your mobility.
The problem is that we are not the only ones with access to such data. Last time we checked, 17 out of 20 top games on Android Play Store also require this information.
Choose wisely - if you avoid apps, which require access to your location, you should also avoid apps with access to WiFi information. Hopefully soon this app will stop working because the permission policy of the app store and Android will have been updated. Until then, remember: any app with just WiFi permission can track your location (although they don't necessary do). Find out more in the article we published: http://arxiv.org/abs/1505.06311.
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Hide and Seek in Roskilde (The Festival) is a great opportunity to make friends. Meet people all around the festival. The more people you meet the more points you earn. Can you meet them all? Take a walk around Roskilde and find the person assigned in your game, while somebody else is out there looking for you. The aim of the game is to have fun and promote social interactions inside the festival, that's what Roskilde Festival is about!
Roskilde Hide and Seek is also a research project where we will analyze the social interaction using the information gathered in the app. This information will be handled anonymously.
This project is conducted by DTU students.
NOTE: Be aware of the application updates.
The Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF, http://esof2014.org/) is Europe’s largest, general science meeting and is held in a leading European city every two years. ESOF 2014 is hosted in Copenhagen from June 21-26, 2014.
This App features the full, interactive program and detailed maps to help you navigate the "Science in the City" science festival.
Participate in a scientific experiment and win health and fitness tracking tools, e.g. FitBit armbands. For each step you take with the phone in your pocket, you get a lottery ticket - the more steps you take, the better your chances are of winning.
As part of the contest, we collect your location information so the App can estimate how much walking you do on a daily basis.
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The 2014 version provides cards showing your daily movements and visited places.
Click a card to show an interactive view.
More visualizations coming soon!
Please send questions, suggestions, problem reports to firstname.lastname@example.org
November 12, 2013:
We removed the permissions that we didn't use and that looked scary: record audio and access bookmarks. We have not accessed or collected this data in the previous version either!
The alarming red symbol in DataCollerctor app will only be shown if you have a backlog of a few files and not if you are often connected to wifi.
Please find all the necessary information at https://www.sensible.dtu.dk/
Installation instructions are at: https://www.sensible.dtu.dk/?page_id=1503
- Better Battery Life
- More stable
How loud are you? Roskilde Decibel allows you to visualize and track how much noise you are exposed to
- get an immediate measurement of the current sound level in decibel
- see the noise levels directly on the Roskilde map
- complete achievements by collecting sound around Roskilde's stages or at specific times of the day
This application is only targeted at the participants of the SensibleDTU study. You can install it even if you do not participate, but it is just a plain data collector with no user-oriented functionality. The data you share with the experimenters will be discarded.
TO DTU STUDENTS:
These steps are crucial!
Before installing this application, please REMOVE THE EXISTING SensibleDTU APP FROM YOUR PHONES.
You can find the steps here: http://www.sensible.dtu.dk/?page_id=877
After installing the app you must RUN IT (press "Open" after the installation is finished) and then REBOOT your phone.
Catch all those epic concerts and never wonder 'when to go' again!
The app will help you navigate between concerts by telling you when to leave to catch the start of the next concert.
This is done by the use of GPS to determine location and Bluetooth to estimate how crowded the place is, which can influence the user's walking speed towards the next concert.
The app displays the concerts currently playing plus the concerts starting within the next three hours, giving you a nice snapshot of your upcoming concert adventures!
The app Roskilde MusicNerd is also a research project about movement of people around the festival. Using this app will help Roskilde Festival to be even better in 2013!
The project is conducted by DTU students.
Orange Fever is a massive social game. Infect others using Bluetooth and spread the awesome Orange Fever. The more people you infect with the Orange Fever, the more points you earn. Get and share Badges for special and crazy infections and get bonus points! Become the top infector! Bored waiting for a concert? Blast a quick one! Chilling in the camp? Get all your friends Feverish. How many people can you infect during the festival and are you going all the way to the top?
Orange Fever is also a research project in collaboration with Roskilde Festival. How does the good vibe spread, where do people go and have fun? Is it West or East that party the most? The data about infections will be used in anonymized form for research purposes and making the Festival even more awesome in the future!
The project is created by DTU students and Søren Rosenbak.