i-DAT & IBM thinking smarter together

i-DAT & IBM thinking smarter together

One of the biggest names in the digital realm was the guest of i-DAT and Plymouth University earlier this month for the Smarter Planet Lab event. The event was open to Plymouth University staff, students, researchers and IBM staff with an interest in the Smart

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We hosted the developers of the future

We hosted the developers of the future

In August we hosted the search for the country’s best young coders, overseeing Young Rewired State’s Festival of Code. A thousand young people stayed, slept and hacked in Plymouth University’s Roland Levinsky Building for the 48-hour code-fest, which climaxed in a code showcase judged by

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How we’re measuring audience sentiment for a new app

How we’re measuring audience sentiment for a new app

We’re measuring the mood of arts audiences in a ground-breaking piece of technology to be launched later this year that has really got the feel-good factor. Earlier this summer, the Qualia system we helped to develop powered the official app for the Flux Festival in

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Social Operating System:

Social Operating System:

8 February – 6 April. i-DAT, in collaboration with Plymouth Arts Centre, presents: ‘S-OS: a Social Operating System’ for the city of Plymouth. S-OS is a collection of creative interventions and strategic manifestations that provides a new and more meaningful ‘algorithm’ for modeling ‘Social Exchange’

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Social Hacking

Social Hacking

Social Hacking: temporary public art commissions for the city of Plymouth (21-24 March 2007). Social Hacking is a series of temporary public art commissions for Plymouth by international artists groups against a backdrop of urban regeneration. The project reflects the ways in which these changes

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Social Hacking:

Social Hacking:

Social Hacking 21-24/03/2007 was a series of temporary public art commissions for Plymouth by international artists’ groups against a backdrop of urban regeneration. The project reflects the ways in which these changes to the city can be further influenced by creative human intervention. Venues: Plymouth Guildhall,

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Everything is Not Everything.

Everything is Not Everything.

Everything is Not Everything – the stage two event for artists enrolled in the b-DAT ( digital art and technology ) course at the university of Plymouth took place across the campus on Thursday, 08 March 2007. Work and installations offered an alternative interpretation of

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