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Real Time Visuals: audiovisual science and the art of light entertainment

May 22, 2014


In January 2014 the University of Northumbria held a two-day event to showcase audiovisual media called Real Time Visuals. Science and art joined hands to showcase the best in live AV graphics and video. Science is a visual medium, says Moyra Campbell. As co-director of Wiretrace in Glasgow she has created 3D stereo interactive science […]

Maker Faire 2014: Hacking cinema and space exploration

May 19, 2014


Maker Faire 2014 shed some light on the world of cinehacking: building your own equipment to create cinematic video. The University of Newcastle’s CultureLab team talked about their Cinehack movement and WeLove Digital catalogued some incredible photography and film-making techniques. Cinehack is an initiative set up by Dave Green and colleagues at the CultureLab, a […]

Google ATAP goes for eco-modular phone design in Project Ara

May 19, 2014


Google has been working on a modular phone concept called Project Ara since October 2013. Ara is modular phone hardware and the idea is to begin with a structural frame that the user plugs different smart modules into, such as display, keyboard or extra batteries. Users will then be able to replace broken modules or upgrade […]

Automated Aquaponics for Business or Pleasure: A Scalable Approach

May 13, 2014


Maker Faire 2014: Cory Doctorow trashes DRM as the death of maker culture and open source

May 9, 2014


Maker Faire UK 2014 was a forum for open source thinking and featured the internet activist Cory Doctorow, who warned of the dangers of installing digital rights management (DRM) into the new version of HTML5. Hear what he had to say about DRM, spying and the death of maker culture. Cory Doctorow is an internet activist, […]

Maker Faire 2014: Supermaterials, sensors and restarting technology

May 6, 2014


Maker Faire 2014 was a treasure trove of information on hacked lifestyles. Sustainable living expert Vinay Gupta showed how the latest in materials technology could house and provide fuel for the world in ways that protect our environment. Vinay Gupta’s entrance to the stage at Maker Faire UK’s science theatre had an apocalyptic feel to it. […]

Maker Faire 2014: Hackspace projects and the Glasgow School of Art

May 1, 2014


Maker Faire UK 2014 hosted the UK’s hack and maker spaces with ambitious and simply fun projects built from kit electronics, experiments in code and finely sculpted materials. This is the third post in a series looking at what happens when makers collide. Hack Hitchin may not be the largest of the UK hack spaces […]

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