Dokkx is funded by the City Council of Aarhus Municipality.

X stands for the unknown. X stands for experiment. But X is also a letter that, with a little imagination, looks like an active human being.

At DokkX, citizens can get advice and guidance so that they can acquire the right technologies and tools that support an independent and active life.

DokkX is also a space for innovation, in which education and research institutions, business and industry, the Municipality and the citizens of Aarhus can collaborate in the development of technological solutions for the future.

The current exhibition

The current exhibition, Culture powering up your health, focuses on the interplay between art, culture, health and technology. You can experience:

  • Snoezelen room with sound and light that stimulates the senses
  • Virtual Reality for museum visits and tourist attractions
  • Nature films with music that has a stress-relieving effect

The theme of the DokkX exhibition changes every six months, so there is a good reason to visit again and again.

Click here to see the technologies in the current exhibition

The next exhiibition

This exhibition ends on November 19th. On November 26, we open a new exhibition entitled Ready for the next pandemic - with welfare technology.

The next exhibition focuses on the welfare technology initiatives that the corona crisis has resulted in.

The Danish society has met serious challenges during the corona crisis, but we have been able to solve some of the challenges by making use of different welfare technology solutions. Several of these solutions are exhibited in this exhibition.

Among other things, you can experience:

  • Digital training platforms and apps you can use to do workout at home
  • Measuring devices you can use to monitor your own health condition
  • Systems for home care so that unnecessary visits to the doctor or the hospital can be avoided
  • Social platforms you can use to stay in touch with your friends and family
  • Assistive technologies that make you more self-reliant in everyday life