Roma Patel and Deborah Tuck, Nottingham Trent University School of Art and Design, with Hot Knife Digital Media . The workshop focused on the team’s collaborations with local museums and heritage sites and explored how augmented and virtual reality technologies can be used for storytelling.
The public was invited to the soft launch , preview of the exhibition at Nottingham Castle. This was a great chance for us to get feedback from visitors. Over 250 people attended the event. Visitors were asked to comment on what they saw, using comment cards. This helped us to finalise the exhibition and overcome some of the issues that the public highlighted.
The Arts Annual Forum, Thursday 3 July 2014, Vinopolis, London.
Andrew Whitney introduces the project in a one minute pitch. We attended the forum in London where they were able to meet the funders, other research project and network with business, researchers and arts organisations. It was great to see the ther project, which are all so innovative and exiting. The event gave us the opportunity to demo the APP.
Thursday, 10 July 2014 at the annual EVA London was voted the 4th best paper presentation at the conference. EVA London is one of the international EVA conferences (Electronic Visualisation & the Arts). Link to the paper can be found on BCS website.